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[Bug 12043] For better compatibility with .SRT, could the FULL STOP be replaced with a COMMA? So instead of 00:00:00.000 it would be 00:00:00,000

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Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2011 23:48:14 +0000
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Thomas Sturm <thomas@sturm.to> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Thomas Sturm <thomas@sturm.to> 2011-02-11 23:48:13 UTC ---
I filed this bug while reviewing the WebVTT spec for implementation in a JS
subtitle engine which already works with .SRT. I was not able to find any
reasoning for WebVTT's change to a period for the seconds-frac separator.

SRT: hh:mm:ss,fff
WebVTT: hh:mm:ss.fff

I think that re-use of existing SRT tools and implementation of subtitle
interpreters would be much helped if we could adopt the SRT version for the
timestamp format. Thanks!

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