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       subptools - manipulates xml subtitles files


       subptools  [-hrsvw] [-a hh:mm:ss,ms] [-c first[,last]] [-d seconds] [-e seconds] [-i file]
       [-o file] [-t format]


       The subptools command performs various manipulations on xml subtitles files, acting  as  a
       filter from standard input to standard output unless -i or -o options are used.

       subtools can be used to handle so-called xml subtitles files, where each subtitle entry is
       actually a filename to be substituted for the entry,  or  to  adjust  timestamps  on  each
       subtitle entry.

       The options are as follows:

       -a, --adjust hh:mm:ss,ms
              Adjust all time stamps so that the first tag begins at hh:mm:ss,ms.

       -c, --cut first[,last]
              Write  only  entries  numbered  from first to last, where last defaults to the last
              entry of the file.

       -d, --shift seconds
              Shift all time stamps by seconds seconds.

       -e, --expand seconds
              Expand the subtitle hour by seconds seconds.

       -c, --convert format
              Convert the xml subtitles file into a srt (default) or spumux file.

       -h, --help
              Display usage and quit.

       -i, --input filename
              Use file filename for input, defaults to stdin.

       -o, --output filename
              Use file filename for output, defaults to stdout.

       -r, --renumber
              Renumber all entries.

       -s, --subst
              Substitute filename in each subtitle entry by the file contents.

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose mode.

       -w, --strip
              Remove leading white space


       subp2pgm(1) spumux(1)


       Manual page by Marc Espie, Olivier Rolland