Option to change the default value for subtitle time offset

Using Infuse 6.3.5 (tvOS).

Feature Request:
The Time Offset value in the Subtitle Options Panel always defaults to 0.0 seconds when playing a new video with external subtitles. I’d like to be able to change that default value.

I’m decent but not fluent in English. Most content I watch has English dialog. I always use English subtitles. I understand spoken English well enough to ignore the subtitles most of the time. But maybe 5% of the time, I don’t quite catch the spoken dialog and I have to read the subtitles in order to understand what was said. This means that there’s always an approximately 0.8 second delay between the default subtitle timings and when I personally need to read the subtitles. Therefore I would like to be able to change the default Time Offset value from 0.0 to 0.8 seconds. Then I would need to change the Time Offset value back to 0.0 only when I’m watching something in a language I don’t know (which is quite rare compared to English content) instead of having to change the value to 0.8 for all the English content.

This suggestion has effectively been resolved in the latest version by the fact that now by changing the subtitle time offset for one TV show episode you change it for the rest of the episodes of that show (for the episodes of the same season at least - I’m not sure how it works exactly but it’s all good now).

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