SubRip is a free software program for Microsoft Windows which extracts subtitles and their timings from various video formats to a text file. It is released under the GNU GPL.[8] Its subtitle format's file extension is .srt and is widely supported. Each .srt file is a human-readable file format where the subtitles are stored sequentially along with the timing information. Most subtitles distributed on the Internet are in this format.[9][10]

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SubRip (software)
Developer(s)Brain,[1] T.V. Zuggy,[2][3] mrSHADOW,[2] Yakov,[2] ai4spam,[2] Bloody,[2] Roy Damman,[4][5]
Initial release3 March 2000; 22 years ago (2000-03-03)[2]
Stable release
1.57.1 / November 14, 2018 (2018-11-14)[4]
Written inDelphi
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
Available inEnglish
TypeSubtitle editor
LicenseGPL[3]
Websitezuggy.wz.cz[6][7]
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SubRip Text (file format)
Filename extension
.srt
Magic number31 0D 0A 30 30 3A (ASCII: "1↵00:")
Developed byBrain, Zuggy
Type of formatTimed text
Container forsubtitles and their order and timings
Extended toWebVTT
Open format?Yes
Free format?Yes
Websitewww.matroska.org/technical/subtitles.html#srt-subtitles
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