This page will show you: how to add/embed/insert subtitles to a video/movie using a video converter. The software can be found at multipelife.com:
For Mac users:
- iMedia Converter for Mac
- Video Converter for Mac
- BDMagic for Mac
- DVDAid for Mac
- ByteCopy for Mac
- MXF Converter for Mac
- MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac
- HD Video Converter for Mac
For Windows users:
- Video Converter Ultimate
- Video Converter
- MXF MultiMixer
- MXF Converter
- MTS/M2TS Converter
- HD Video Converter
With the above any a software, you can add *.srt, *.ass, *.ssa subtitles to your favourite videos/movies to watch them elsewhere: iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Tab S, Google Nexus 10/7, Surface RT/Pro, PSP, Xbox, HD Media Players and so on. There are a lot of reasons to add subtitles to a video/movie:
- They make the video accessible to people who are deaf or hard of hearing
- They make it easier to track and understand the lyrics if it’s a music video
- They offer an alternative to posting lyrics alongside the video of a music video
- They provide the opportunity to translate your video into any language
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Q1: How to put a movie with separate subtitles into a DVD?
I have an avi and an SRT. How do I put them into a DVD so that the subs will appear? A: Many video tools can do that, like Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate, this application helps add .srt, .ass, .ssa subtitle file into your movie, then use DVD burning software to burn this movie embedded with subtitle you wantto a blank DVD. I tried, it worked. Simple Steps: Launch Video Converter Ultimate > load your movies to the program > click Edit button > check Enable option > load the downloaded srt, ass or ssa subtitle > set an output format > click Convert > click Open button to get the output video files embedded with subtitle.
Q2. How can I add subtitles to an mp4 file?
I have an mp4 file that I’d like to add subtitles to and perhaps format into a DVD. I am clueless as to how to go about it. Can you recommend free software or moderately priced software? A: What’s the subtitle file? I know Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate is capable of attaching .srt, .ass, and .ssa subtitles into video. Plus, you could edit video clips before output, pretty awesome video tool. Refer to:
Q3. How do i add subtitles in srt format to an already downloaded movie?
I downloaded 2 movies, they are French movie. But they have no subs so I cannot understand any word in it. I want to add subtitles to these 2 titles. I have them in .srt format. Can anyone help me in doing this? A: Check this Pavtube Video Converter and it has this feature of adding .srt subtitles into movie. But the subs cannot be turned on or off because they are embedded into video already. But anyway, check this out.
Q4. Anybody knows how to add subtitle to videos and the program for it?
I want to add subtitles to my videos (i mean I will type the subtitle myself). I’ve wanted to translate some of my Japanese videos but don’t know how. Anybody has got any idea? Any programs that are simple to use are appreciated! A: First of all, you need a tool to create subtitle file to .srt format; then use Pavtube Video Converter to free add created .srt subtitle file into your videos. I used it to converting my downloaded movies and doing simple video editing. In latest release of Video Converter, they support adding .srt, .ass, and .ssa subtitle file into video clip.
Q5. What is a good program to make subtitles into YouTube video?
I want a program that can put subtitles and pictures into video, and it’s easy to use. The program needs to be free and easy to use. Thanks for helping. A: I don’t know any free program that can suit your request, but the Video Converter Ultimate is able to add subtitles into YouTube videos. BTW, no matter the subtitle files are downloaded online or created by yourself, it can handle well. That’s all. Happy every day!