Michael has written a convenient tool for creating the SRT subtitles file. SRT is a text file format used by SubRip software and is recognized by many programs as a standard for associating subtitles or closed captions with a video file.
Fill in Number of seconds and Line of text; then press Enter TWICE. The corresponding script will be generated and appended to the text area SRT.
Number of seconds is the duration in seconds that the line of text occupies in the video.
This tool is best used when you are creating subtitles for a video file or a movie. Without using this file, you'd need to create the SRT-formatted text file manually. Doing so, in addition to correcting errors, will make it a time-consuming and tedious process.