I'm on a windows PC and have two files of a movie that's been split into those two pieces. I also have a subtitle file, but it's in one whole piece. Is there a way, using Subtitle Workshop(what I have now) or any other free program to split that one subtitle file into two pieces such that the subtitles end at the same time the video does, and it's cut at the beginning?
I can already split it so they start at the same point and split at the end, but is there any way to do to the opposite? I'd usually just split it at the end of the first video so that the second one should already line up correctly, but I think there's an extra intermission/credits/etc. somewhere that the subtitles don't account for, so that wouldn't work. Also, the files are .ogm's, which I have converted into .mp4's of the same length, but they're of terrible quality. VLC player can play ogm's, so I figure if I can split them like this using another format I can then apply the subtitles tot the .ogm's, right?
Anyway, all help is appreciated.