Convert SRT To SSA

Small tool that simply converts subtitle files (.SRT) into VirtualDub-supported subtitles (.SSA), with support for a few configuration parameters
Convert SRT To SSA is a straightforward piece of software that you can use to convert subtitles from the SRT format to the SSA extension. It packs several configuration parameters that mainly address experienced users.

After a brief and uneventful setup procedure that does not require special attention, you are greeted  by a standard window with a well-organized layout, representing Convert SRT To SSA's interface.

Loading a subtitle into the workspace is done with the help of the file browser only, since the drag-and-drop feature is not supported. Batch processing is not allowed, so you can convert only one item at a time.

The simplest method to carry out a conversion procedure is by establishing the output directory. Advanced users may tinker with settings regarding the font, background, features (border style, shadow, outline, alignment), colors (primary, secondary, tertiary), margins, and others (e.g. alpha level, encoding).

Convert SRT To SSA has a good response time and finishes a conversion job rapidly and without error, while running on a minimum amount of CPU and RAM. We haven't encountered any issues throughout our evaluation, since the utility did not hang or crash. Unfortunately, Convert SRT To SSA has not been updated for a while.

Reviewed by , last updated on August 15th, 2013

file size:
421 KB
developed by:
Macallan Company
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operating system(s):
Windows All
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Convert SRT To SSA - In the main window of Convert SRT To SSA you will be able to select the SRT file to be converted

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The Convert SRT To SSA application was designed to be a small tool that simply converts subtitle files (.srt) int...

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