Subtitles Converter is a simple-to-handle command-line utility that facilitates the conversion of subtitles from one format to another, while offering support for a wide range of file types, including SRT and SMI.
Most users would rather work with graphical interfaces, since they usually provide a clean and intuitive layout for performing a subtitle conversion job. However, command-line utilities like Subtitles Converter require only a few written commands to perform a task in no time.
Furthermore, they do not require installation, so they can be run on any workstation from a USB flash drive. Plus, they do not add new entries to the Windows Registry or leave files behind on the HDD after deleting them.
Unfortunately, you cannot specify a directory for the new files; they are automatically saved to the same location as the utility. Also, batch processing is not supported. However, there are several options at your disposal. Subtitles Converter supports Unicode/UTF-8 subtitle formats and allows you to change the frames per second (FPS).
The tool is very light on the system resources, using a very low quantity of CPU and RAM. It has a good response time and carries out a conversion task rapidly and without errors. We have not come across any issues in our tests, since the utility did not hang or crash. Unfortunately, Subtitles Converter has not been updated for a while.