55 votesplanned · 4 comments · General feedback for InqScribe » Subtitles · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →pawood1 commented
It would be great to be able to preview subs in Inqscribe. Currently my subtitle editing tool is Aegisub, which is so awful I try to do as much work as I can in Inq first.
8 votesunder review · 6 comments · General feedback for InqScribe » time code · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →pawood1 commented
My workaround is to just run a find and replace. If I have just timecodes in the window (I often rip timecodes out of an EDL to check edit points for a CCSL), I can search for commas, periods, and semicolons and replace them with whatever I need them to be. I also wrote a Python script to prepare a list of timecodes with the frames prefaced by colons to be understood by Inqscribe, which just looks for :00 through :23 followed by a newline and replaces with .00 through .23.
Then I set Inqscribe to recognize unbracketed timecodes, and I've got everything I need. If my timecodes are already bracketed and I need them to not be for my destination, I just run a find for [ and ] and replace them with nothing.
Thanks for writing in the request! Naturally, having a spreadsheet work area would allow easy export to Excel, so I’ve added that to the description. We’ll consider spreadsheet support for a future InqScribe update. For a current workaround, head over to our blog: http://blogs.inquirium.net/inqscribe/2014/01/inqscribe-tips-format-transcripts-as-tables/