This is the documentary about Lee Strobel, an atheist, who set out on a journey of investing the evidence surrounding Jesus of Nazareth.
His wife had begun going to Christian meetings, and he was furious.
Lee Strobel was a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, so he had no problem finding source material and experts on the subject.
This is the movie about that journey.
FOR TRANSLATORS, F?R ?VERS?TTARE, FOR TEKSTERE:
I've made the timed, Norwegian, subtitles to "Lee Strobel - The Case for Christ" into three different formats: Advanced SubStation Alpha-format: .ass, SubStation Alpha: .ssa, and as Sub Rip-format: .srt. and uploaded them for other translators to use.
They might be of some assistance to those who'll take on the (important) task of translating this movie into Swedish, to Finnish, Danish and German and so on. They're very accurate, both in timing and content, and therefore they should be helpful.
Ni Svenskar kan ju spr?ket s? d?r, eller hur?
Og I danskere der finder det bryet verd, sku' heller ikke have nogen s?rlige problemer.
Finl?ndare kan ju ofta tala Svenska, s? d? kan ju dom ?versetta vidare..
Die Deutche verleicht k?nnen die Danishe ?bersertzen? Ich weiss nichts, und kann nichts.. M?ske en Dansker ku' tage sig an opgaven osse med de Tyske..? :-)
A stable version of Subtitle Workshop can be downloaded from here:
Just choose version 2.51, and for Vista users, run it under compatibility mode for XP Service Pack 2, you'll find that option by rightclicking on the .exe file and choosing the bottom line. Then a box will open and a tab with "Compatibility" too.
Newer versions can work too. It depends.. Try them and find out..
The next thing you'll need is to install the k-lite Codec pack, to have preview of the video you're translating. Remember to tell Sub Workshop under Settings/settings/external preview/General by browsing for the K-lite codec pack/classic Media Player in your Program Files folder under C: or wherever you've installed it.
The K-lite codec pack including Media Player classic can be downloaded from here:
If you want to hardsub the video afterwards, a great tool is Avi Recomp. Same procedure as above when it comes to compatibility. Stable, working version for this purpose, is the 1.4.1 for XP-users, or absolutely 1.4.2. if you're running Vista. You'll have to find out for yourself. 1.4.2 works for me, even in preview mode, which is kind of handy..
Many of the newer versions have a tendency to report about "failure to.." and such.
But here's the download site:
So. Good luck and Peace from The Lord our God with translating this well made documentary, which I think is an important movie for educational purposes and for answering and refuting so many of the misconceptions and doubts surrounding Jesus of Nazareth..