DivX Subtitles MiniTools is a DivX subtitles-related, command-line tool for Linux and Windows.
It's called "adjustsrt", and it's able to adjust timestamps in SubRip (.srt) files.
Standard input and output support is included only for convenience in scripts. It's not really usefull in command-line mode.
Beware to keep every time stamp between the limits. No time stamp will be decreased under "00:00:00,000" nor increased over "99:59:59,999".
If you see that a time stamp has the minimum value, it may be, for instance, because the guy who extracted the subtitles inserted his name at the very beginning of the file; you'll have to correct this by hand.
If you see that a time stamp has the maximum value, it's likely that you gave a wrong "time stamp" parameter to the program (most movies are less than 99 hours long ;).
Because of the above, you can easily understand that this program can behaves destructivly (in rare cases, however).
If one or more time stamps have reached the limits, that means that they have been blocked by the program.
You cannot retrieve the old value, so keep the original file safe by never writing over it.
Plus it is NOT recommended to redirect the standard output to the source file (e.g. "adjustsrt a.srt > a.srt") : the result is undefined.
If you really want to alter the source file, use the same node for source and destination file (e.g. "adjustsrt matrix.srt matrix.srt").
What's New in This Release:
· added "udvdshift.py" and "udvd2srt.py"