Subtitle Adjuster is a feather-light and portable application made to help you make adjustments to subtitle files, as the name hints at. It contains several advanced options that are intuitive enough to be figured out by any type of users, whether they have previous experience with such software or not.
No setup required, besides .NET Framework
You must have .NET Framework installed on your PC in order for this tool to work properly. If so, you can simply click its executable file to launch the app, as well as save it to a removable storage device to directly run it on any PC. Unlike most installers, it doesn't alter the Windows registry configuration.
Common interface with intuitive options
The GUI is represented by a classical-looking window that's not visually attractive but quite simple to navigate, since it shows all primary options available.
You can open multiple subtitle files with the .srt or .sub format if you want to merge them into a single item, preview text in the main window, and edit the start and stop frame for any line, along with the text itself.
Furthermore, you can tweak the FPS and file type (SubRip or MicroDVD) for previewing purposes, fine-tune the subtitle lines (in milliseconds) and use dual reference points, as well as save the file when it's ready.
Evaluation and conclusion
The tool didn't put a strain on the overall performance of the computer during our tests, using low CPU and RAM. It had a good response time and didn't trigger Windows to freeze, crash or display error messages. All in all, Subtitle Adjuster provides you with a simple method for editing subtitle files.