Gaupol is an editor for text-based subtitle files. It supports multiple subtitle file formats and provides means of creating subtitles, editing texts and timing subtitles to match video. The user interface is designed with attention to batch processing of multiple documents and convenience of translating.
Gaupol should run on all Unix-like (GNU/Linux, *BSD, etc.) operating systems and on Windows. Technically, it should run on Mac as well, but that has not been tested nor made convenient. Gaupol's user interface is based on the GTK+ toolkit and has been designed to best fit the GNOME desktop environment.
Gaupol includes a separately installable, user-interface-independent, general-purpose Python package called aeidon for reading, writing and manipulating text-based subtitle files. See the development page for details.
2013-11-11 An experimental new Windows installer is available. You can help test it and provide feedback.
2013-10-06 Gaupol 0.24.3 has been released. This fixes broken string formatting in the French translation.
2013-09-22 Gaupol 0.24.1 has been released. This a minor bugfix and translation update release. See the news file for details.
2013-07-22 Gaupol 0.24 has been released. This is a collection of miscellaneous user interface and usability improvements. See the news file for details.
2013-06-26 Gaupol 0.23 has been released. This release adds a built-in GStreamer-based video player. See the news file for all changes.
2013-04-09 Gaupol 0.22 has been released. This release restores drop-down arrows on undo and redo toolbar buttons, keeping track of recent files and zebra stripes and fixes cell rendering speed issues. See the news file for all changes.
2013-01-13 Gaupol 0.21.1 has been released. This release fixes bugs in line length display, atomic file writing and speed of user interface updates. See the news file for all changes.
2012-11-11 Gaupol 0.20.1 has been released. This release adds a workaround to avoid a crash with newer versions of PyGObject and/or GTK+ caused by setting tool item types. Several lesser bugs have been fixed as well. See the news file for all changes.
2012-10-14 Gaupol 0.20 has been released. This release is a migration to newer underlying technologies: Python 3, GTK+ 3, GStreamer 1.0 and the PyGObject bindings. Related to that, inline spell-check and speech recognition are disabled while waiting for them to be ported to the same newer libraries. Making a Windows installer will have to wait until needed stable binary packages are available. The line-breaking algorithm has been rewritten, several bugs have been fixed, most probably new ones introduced and translations updated. See the news file for all changes.