The character table lets you choose between Thai, Central European, Western European, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Arabic, Turkish, Baltic and Vietnamese.
Those needing character sets for foreign languages outside Western Europe will definitely be pleased with this application and so will be users looking for a way to make their subtitles more visible. For instance, you can create depth effects and position the subtitles differently from default settings.
3D-Subtitler also features an option to choose for SBS and Over/Under. The last uses 720p.
Whenever you want to convert a subtitle with 3D-Subtitler, you have to select the source folder, the output destination, and the size, which can be 720p or 1080p. Other options you can handle are the framerate, the language, the position (vertical or horizontal), the output format (VobSub idx/sub or Bluray sup) and the 3D type (Side by Side or Over Under).
You will have your subtitle converted within seconds and the application will need a low amount of system resources no matter what Windows version you use. Your computer performance is not affected at all and the user experience is satisfactory as well, as the interface is simple and intuitive.
The last version of 3D-Subtitler was launched in 2011, and some new features have been added, such as changing text color and its contrasts and added Korean and traditional Chinese characters.
This compact application is exactly what you need in order to convert your subtitles for 3D formats and apply a variety of editing options.
There are various options you can access with this subtitle converter.