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    Yes and no. VideoPad seems to support .ssa file but not .srt files. The way around this is to download a "non-install" tool called Subtitle Workshop and convert the .srt to an .ssa file. After that open videopad, load the video, click subtitles and locate the .ssa file. Then Click "Add+Continue" button. If it works it'll show the time stamp of the subtitles as well as the text in the box. I've done this with one movie that had a few non-english scenes and needed the english subs for just those parts. The only issue I had is that I change the font size of the subtitles but after I encode
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