I need SubEdit Player to run under Windows 7.
But every time I try to start I get "Class not registered" error. Yes, I tried to install the Vista Patch, but doesn't work under Win 7.
Anybody got any idea?
You could try using VLC instead, it has pretty decent support for playing movies with subtitles. Works fine on my Windows 7 64-bit install.
If I may suggest another program, Subtitle Workshop is quite easy to use and has a wide range of features. One of the features I love is converting from different FPS rates if you, for example, get a video that plays at 24 FPS but your subtitles were created at 25 FPS.
It's easy to insert subtitles and type them as you go along with a few shortcuts, easy to adjust timings, and it can playback a video and display the captions as you type.
I'm a fan of it.