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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?

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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.

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I'm not using SubEdit for displaying Subtitles, but editing subtitles. For watching Movies with Subtitles I use GomPlayer – Grumpy ol' bear Oct 19 '09 at 21:05
oh ok, you said "SubEdit Player" which I assumed was a module just for playing them – davr Oct 20 '09 at 0:25

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.

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Aw, I didn't notice the question was 7 months old. Hopefully this will help somebody in the future. – Corey May 11 '10 at 4:53

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