SubRip for Mac

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SubRip by BRAIN is an open-source application that was designed to help you extract subtitles from your movies. Unfortunately, a version of SubRip for Mac can not be found on the Internet, so, you will have to use other tools to rip your subtitles. Here are some alternatives to SubRip for Mac.

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mpeg2decX Free

by Shoji Tokunaga

This is the software which converts a MPEG2 file being used for the image of DVD-Video into a QuickTime movie. I ported mpeg2dec by Mr. Michel Lespinasse and Mr. Aaron Holtzman to Mac OS X, and added deinterlace, resizing...

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Ocrsub Extractor Free

by Marcel Zonneveld

Ocrsub Extractor provides you with a quick and easy way to extract subtitles, video, and audio files directly from most DVD media. The application helps you save audio and video streams, as well as subtitles with the .srt extension.

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X-Title Extractor Free

by spherico

X-Title Extractor allows to extract (sub)titles from a FCPXML project file. The result can be saved to a Subrip SRT or a Spruce STL text file. With FCPX versions below 10.1 there are limitations of the current FCPXML.

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Subtitle Xtractor Free

by Michael Schmidt

Subtitle Xtractor extracts subtitles from DVD Studio Pro 4.x Disc or Track itemdescriptions (*.dspDisc, *.dspTrack) and converts it into STL format (Spruce Technologies subtitle format). Main features: - Single- and batch processing.

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Subs Factory Free

by Traintrain Software

Subs Factory is a free but powerful utility designed to make the creation, modification and resynchronization of subtitles easy. Featuring advanced functions, it allows you to do whatever you want with your subtitle tracks...

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