Program is easy enough to use and is mainly for editing .SRT files.
Tried it with XVID encoded movie, no problem going back and forth, changing sync, and so on. Preview window looks a little small, but nothing really wrong with that.
Didn't test all the other subtitle formats as I'm mainly interested in editing SRT files. For that, it worked very well.
Basically, you type in the subtitle, scroll through the movie, set the start time, and set the end time, and repeat ad infinitum until you got them all shown.
There's an internal "syntax checker" that warns you if you have a 3-line subtitle, too wide/too many characters, duration too long, and such errors. However, it doesn't warn you about too short duration or subtitle overlaps. It also doesn't suggest anything about merging two short subtitles into a longer subtitle, and so on.
It COULD be easier to use since all operations are MANUAL. Wish for a "jump to next dialog/sound" button of some sort. If there was some sort of an audio-graph and the ability to automatically sync up the subtitle with the beginning of audio that'd be better, but the manual operation works well enough.
All in all, if you are editing .SRT or other sort of text subtitle files, this is a great program.
Review by kschang
Dec 17, 2005 Version: 2.51
OS: Win98 Ease of use: 7/10
Value for money: 10/10