SubRip Export


You can export to SubRip directly from InqScribe, or you can use this labs export tool if you don't have access to InqScribe at the moment.


The SubRip format (aka ".srt" files) has become a common text file format for exchanging subtitle information for movies. Many video players can read and display SubRip subtitles.


Here's how to export to InqScribe's default SRT format:

  1. Launch InqScribe and open up your transcript
  2. Select "File > Export > SubRip..."
  3. Name your file and select a save destination
  4. Select the "Advanced..." button to choose the text encoding and line endings
  5. Click "Export"

Or, you can follow the instructions on the right to use the labs exporter.


INSTRUCTIONS

Select your InqScribe transcript, click "Convert and Download", then review the results.


  1. Select your InqScribe transcript file

  1. Convert and Download

    Your transcript will not be saved on the server*.



Original (InqScribe transcript)

[00:00:05.08]
InqScribe works on Mac or Windows. 

[00:00:07.26]
And while this demo is on the Mac version, the sofware is pretty much identical on both platforms.

[00:00:12.27]
Using Inqscribe couldn't be simpler. 

[00:00:15.13]
Launch the application. 
							

SubRip (Exported to SubRip)

1
00:00:05,267 --> 00:00:07,866
InqScribe works on Mac or Windows.

2
00:00:07,867 --> 00:00:12,899
And while this demo is on the Mac version, the sofware is pretty much identical on both platforms.

3
00:00:12,900 --> 00:00:15,432
Using Inqscribe couldn't be simpler.

4
00:00:15,433 --> 00:00:17,232
Launch the application.
							




TIPS

If you want finer control over text, you can insert these yourself into your transcript and InqScribe will pass them through:

  • Bold <b> ... </b> or {b} ... {/b}
  • Italic <i> ... </i> or {i} ... {/i}
  • Underline <u> ... </u> or {u} ... {/u}
  • Font color <font color="color name or #code"> ... </font> (as in HTML)


APPLICATIONS

Applications that can read SubRip format:

RESOURCES

Additional SubRip SRT resources and helpful links: