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Assuming you have already opened a movie file and its corresponding subtitle, let's see what you can do with it. First of all, and as obvious as it may sound, if you have different languages you can toggle between them, but that we have already discussed in our previous tutorial. Second of all, you can change the subtitle style by going to “Play” → “Subtitles” → “Style...”
The “Style...” dialog will open and as you can see in the next screen capture, there are a lot of parameters and tweaks you can change like font (size, style, effects, spacing, scale, angle, etc.), borders, alignment and colors.
As you can see there are a lot of options, notice that the “Fonts” dialog will open when you click on the font button.
Here is an example of what you can do by changing some configurations:
And it will look like this:
There are advanced subtitle option by clicking on “Options” in the Subtitles” menu.
Here you can enable override placement, change the delay interval and some texture settings. But before changing any of these, please read the warnings below.
As you can see there are a lot of adjustments and tweaks to change when it comes to subtitle management, in our next tutorial I'm going to go further into more advanced options, so, stay tuned!!
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