Convert multiple subtitle files at once to 100 subtitles formats, change encoding and FPS, all wrapped up in a small and portable package
|Updated||August 13 2019|
TSDARKNESS N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1.6 MB|
|Systems||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Batch Subtitles Converter is a small-sized and portable application that, as the name suggests, is designed to convert subtitle files from one format to another, in batch mode.
Since installation is not a requirement, you can drop the files anywhere on the disk and run the app directly, as well as save a copy to a removable device to use it on any computer easily.
Plus, Batch Subtitles Converter does not add new entries to the Windows registry or Start menu.
The tool comprises a standard set of options that can be configured even by people with no previous experience in computer software.
The interface is represented by a basic window with a simple layout, where you can import files using either the browser or drag-and-drop method. Batch Subtitles Converter Crack supports a wide range of subtitle formats, including SRT, XML, SUB and RTF, both for importing and exporting.
In addition, it is possible to alter the original encoding method and frames per second (FPS) of all files. Once you have established the output folder from the "File" menu, you can start the conversion procedure with the click of a button. Existing files may be overwritten at user's choice.
Batch Subtitles Converter runs on a very low amount of CPU and RAM, so it does not burden the overall performance of the computer. It carries out conversion jobs rapidly and can be minimized to the taskbar. We have not experienced difficulties during evaluation, as the program did not freeze or crash.
All in all, Batch Subtitles Converter serves its purpose and can be used by anyone for rapidly converting subtitle files to other types.
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