i have a subtitle just like below

00:00:14,030 --> 00:00:15,840
Anya's killing it, don't you think?

00:00:15,850 --> 00:00:17,230
She's dedicated.

00:00:17,270 --> 00:00:19,890
She has made some shrewd choices.

00:00:20,050 --> 00:00:23,200
Sometimes it feels like
purging is the only answer.

00:00:23,230 --> 00:00:24,720
You know, I was talking
to my dad about you.

i want to delete the timing i mean for example this "00:00:23,230 --> 00:00:24,720" i wanna to delete all of this timing and re timing the subtitle so what can i do ?

i think i should find the line start with 0 and then delete whole of the line i need a regular expressions

  • What do you mean with "re timing the subtitle"? What is your expected result? – Toto Oct 2 '18 at 11:29
  • "i think i should find the line start with 0 and then delete whole of the line" - sounds like an option, have you tried it? (^0.+$) – Máté Juhász Oct 2 '18 at 11:33
  • What have you tried? Have a look at this reference. – AFH Oct 2 '18 at 11:33
  • Tried This "^0.+$" and its worked thanks alot – Amin Oct 2 '18 at 11:44

If the maximum timing is less than 10 hours, and no other line starts with 0, you could do what you suggested.

Alternatively, search for lines containing -->, i.e. search for ^.*-->.*$ and replace it with nothing (Set Search Mode to Regular expression).

However this will leave you with empty lines. If you want to remove those as well, use the Mark tab on the Find dialog, check Bookmark line, and click on Mark all. Then select Search → Bookmarks → Remove Bookmarked Lines.

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