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How to Create Subtitles for The Lover (1992) in 720p


How to Create Subtitles for The Lover (1992) in 720p




The Lover (L'Amant) is a 1992 French film based on the semi-autobiographical novel by Marguerite Duras. It tells the story of a young French girl who has a forbidden affair with a wealthy Chinese man in 1920s Indochina. The film was directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud and starred Jane March and Tony Leung Ka-fai.




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If you want to watch The Lover in 720p resolution, you might need subtitles to understand the dialogue, which is mostly in French and Vietnamese. There are many sources of subtitles online, but some of them might not be accurate or synchronized with the video. In this article, we will show you how to create your own subtitles for The Lover using a free software called Subtitle Workshop.


Step 1: Download and Install Subtitle Workshop




Subtitle Workshop is a powerful and easy-to-use tool for creating and editing subtitles. You can download it from this link. After downloading, run the installer and follow the instructions to complete the installation.


Step 2: Open The Lover Video File in Subtitle Workshop




After installing Subtitle Workshop, launch it and click on File > Load Video. Browse to the folder where you have saved The Lover video file and select it. The video will start playing in the preview window. You can pause, play, rewind, fast forward, and adjust the volume using the buttons below the preview window.


Step 3: Create a New Subtitle File




Now that you have opened the video file, you need to create a new subtitle file where you will write the subtitles. To do this, click on File > New Subtitle. A blank subtitle file will appear in the main window. You can choose the format, encoding, language, and framerate of your subtitle file from the options menu at the top.


Step 4: Add Subtitles to The Lover Video




This is the most important and time-consuming step of creating subtitles. You need to listen to the dialogue carefully and write down what is being said in each scene. You also need to synchronize the subtitles with the video by setting the start and end time of each subtitle line.


To add a new subtitle line, click on Edit > Insert Line After or press Ctrl+I. A new line will appear at the bottom of the subtitle list. You can type your subtitle text in the text box at the bottom right corner. To set the start time of your subtitle line, move the slider below the preview window to the point where you want your subtitle to appear and click on Edit > Set Start Time or press F9. To set the end time of your subtitle line, move the slider to the point where you want your subtitle to disappear and click on Edit > Set End Time or press F10.


You can also use keyboard shortcuts to adjust the timing of your subtitles. For example, you can press Shift+Left Arrow or Shift+Right Arrow to move your subtitle backward or forward by 100 milliseconds. You can press Ctrl+Shift+Left Arrow or Ctrl+Shift+Right Arrow to move your subtitle backward or forward by one second.


You can also use mouse actions to edit your subtitles. For example, you can double-click on a subtitle line in the list to edit its text. You can drag and drop a subtitle line in the list to change its order. You can right-click on a subtitle line in the list to access more options such as delete, split, merge, etc.


You should repeat this process until you have added subtitles for all the dialogue in The Lover video. You can use the playback buttons below the preview window to check your subtitles and make corrections if needed.


Step 5: Save and Export Your Subtitles




Once you have finished creating your subtitles, you need to save and export them so that you can use them with The Lover video file. To save your subtitle file, click on File > Save As e0e6b7cb5c


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