Subtitle editor for text-based subtitle files
  9 reviews

Text-based subtitles are commonly used with DivX video. Gaupol supports multiple subtitle file formats and provides means of text corrections and time manipulations. Gaupol's user interface is designed with attention to batch processing of multiple documents and convenient translating.

Supported formats are:
* Advanced Sub Station Alpha (.ssa)
* MicroDVD (.sub)
* MPL2 (.txt)
* SubRip (.srt)
* Sub Station Alpha (.ssa)
* SubViewer2 (.sub)
* TMPlayer (.txt)
VobSubs (image-based subtitles used in DVDs) are NOT supported.
Latest reviews
CmdrMic 1 month ago

Worthless. Linux Mint 19.1 Crashes whenever I try to load a video. REMOVED. Note: This is a VERY old version. 1.7 current.

ImConfused 11 months ago

Linux mint 19.1. It crashed when I attempted to load the video. I used it in the past LM18 or before I think and never had this bad a problem. It was usable.

jepe 1 year ago

it crashes every time I try to open an MKV file... so, I'm not a fan yet... as I cannot use it for what I would like to

chris-jcn 5 years ago

Simply the best! Actually the only one in Linuy that meets all my needs

luisneves 5 years ago

very very good

kobayashison 6 years ago

very useful the translation handling feature

Khashayar 7 years ago

nice tool , easy to use and good tool for matching subtitle with video , with preview option ...

ttmrichter 8 years ago

I've tried a lot of these tools. This one is the only one that was consistently functional.

solayagim 9 years ago

I used many subtitle editors under some linux distros but there is only Gaupol supports multilanguage files so I can edit Turkish subtitles as well. I recommend everyone.