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SRT export from Text Layers for Adobe After Effects

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Apr 14, 2020

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I have a problem, and maybe somebody can help me out. 

My project contains a lot of subtitles wich are text layers for every sentence. 

My client wants me to provide him with the subtiles as srt files. I found a script wich would do this job.

The script is pretty old, from 2012 and doesn't handle the timecode correctly. I have no idea about scripting. Would be great to find somebody having a look for this script and make it work properly. 

Thanks in advance for helping put. 

 

Please get in touch with me if you are intrested and I will email the script. ae file.

For shure I am willing to pay for the help.

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SRT export from Text Layers for Adobe After Effects

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I have a problem, and maybe somebody can help me out. 

My project contains a lot of subtitles wich are text layers for every sentence. 

My client wants me to provide him with the subtiles as srt files. I found a script wich would do this job.

The script is pretty old, from 2012 and doesn't handle the timecode correctly. I have no idea about scripting. Would be great to find somebody having a look for this script and make it work properly. 

Thanks in advance for helping put. 

 

Please get in touch with me if you are intrested and I will email the script. ae file.

For shure I am willing to pay for the help.

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Unless the script file is in *.jsx format rather then *.jsxbin, there is no way to edit it. JSXBIN is more popular with commercial scripts, though.

 

Have you tried this one:

https://aescripts.com/subtitle-pro/

 

*Martin

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Thank you. While testing around I found a solution for the actual script. 

 

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