posted on May, 1 2019 @ 05:09 AM
I'd like to convert some .srt subtitle files from various UFO documentaries into searchable PDFs (either directly or via some other file format),
retaining the text and time codes but not the colour/color tags or special fonts.
The colour tags just mess up the appearance of the text (as below).
Is anyone familiar with SubtitleEdit (or other means of editing .srt files) and know a file format to save as if I want to achieve this goal?
(SubtitleEdit allows the .srt file to be saved in about 200 different formats, so one of them must do this but I'd rather not continue trying them all
out to find the best option here...).
I've seen an online tool (at the link below) which may allow the text between various brackets to be removed (which would improve the appearance), but
I would prefer to know a relevant "save as" option within SubtitleEdit since I can then batch process dozens/hundreds of .srt files.
edit on 1-5-2019 by IsaacKoi because: (no reason given)