Sort by in cue

Sort by in cue

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More or less self-explanatory, isn't it?

 

No...? You're kidding, right?

 

Okay, let's say you have a file with three subtitles. The in cues are:

10:28:30:14

10:30:12:08

11:28:05:23

 

You append another file with the following in cues:

09:01:28:11

10:23:23:00

11:12:13:14

 

When selecting "Sort by in cue" all the subtitles are... You guessed it... sorted by in cue:

09:01:28:11

10:23:23:00

10:28:30:14

10:30:12:08

11:12:13:14

11:28:05:23

 

 

warning You cannot select a range here. All subtitles are sorted by in cue, so if you only want to sort part of a file, you'll have to do some cutting, pasting, and appending. Uncued subtitles will retain their order and be placed in the end of the file if they weren't there already.