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  1. Hello Emby team, First of all, thank you for your work, it's just amazing, you're amazing. My proposition is experimental, I don't know if it could work, if it needs a lot+lot of work or just a lot. I discovered RoboSubSync which proposes to "Fix an unsynchronized subtitle in any language according to an already synced subtitle in english, with the help of some advanced algorithm magic..." Here the GitHub page I found this idea super hyper cool. It could provide a lot of movies to different languages speakers. In my case I have a lot of rare DVDs ripped with English subtitles that I want to share with my friends and family through my Emby server, unfortunately they doesn't speak or read English. And I suppose I'm not the only one in this situation. In general other subtitles languages exist for a movie with English subtitles but it's globally unsync and asks a lot of work to resync it. Having a RoboSubSync plugin or functions inside Emby would make an happier world. Or perhaps the solution would be make RoboSubSync as a website, the users would then upload their subtitles to sync, they will selects some settings and will then download the sync subtitles. A little bit like the pdf>jpg converter websites for example. What do you think about those ideas ? Anyone convinced it could be really great ? Who has the superskills to make this dream a reality without too much energy ? Have a nice day or night! LJZA
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