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I see that in Media Player Classic, under View - Subresync, there is a tool that should serve to resynchronize subtitles.

What is the procedure exactly?

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Start the movie and load the subtitle (File Load Subtitle)

Go to View Subresync.

Select a certain line in subtitle table and when the movie reaches that line pause it.

Right click the Time value and click Current

subresync

Un-pause the movie to check the sub is synced.

File Save Subtitle; in case the new file is not loaded immediately, restart the player with the new subtitle.


NOTE the comments below, namely by @kajacx: "Or you can use F1 and F2 to sync the subtitles by 500ms, without opening the menu or pausing your video."

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    +1 For nice answer. Just press F5 to sync with the current position.
    – Eng.Fouad
    Sep 17, 2013 at 22:00
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    How can I apply this on all of the subtitles, not just that one line?
    – Behdad
    May 22, 2014 at 10:45
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    Or you can use F1 and F2 to sych the subtitles by 500ms, without opening the menu or pausing your video.
    – kajacx
    Sep 25, 2014 at 19:47
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    How can I adjust the frame rate to the movie (after sync the subs they loose sync after a few minutes)
    – ZEE
    Apr 2, 2015 at 22:08
  • I second on the question made above by Behdad: How to apply this timing on every line of that subtitle ? Can't see the use of changing a single line.
    – Lucas BS
    Sep 16, 2021 at 4:05

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