Add SRT/ASS/SSA Subtitles to a movie on Windows/Mac
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Learning a foreign language by watching movies and need to add proper subtitles? Want to edit your own subtitles to create a new movie but don't know how? If this is your case, this article is right for you. Have a quick skim here.
There are a lot of software to merge subtitles and videos together. But naturally, we recommend Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate (Review) which not only enables you to add subtitles to a movie file, but also allows you to add subtitles to a video and burn to DVD for watching on TV. Now adding subtitle and burning DVD with the all-in-one software, no third-party tools required.
What are video and subtitle formats supported? - Video formats: AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, MPG, MPEG, VOB, TOD, MOD, FLV, and all regular video formats. - Subtitle formats: SRT, ASS, SSA
After downloading subtitle files from Internet (such as: Moviesubtitles.org, OpenSubitles.org, Subscene.com, etc.), you can follow these easy steps to add subtitles to a movie in no time and without any hassle.
Now, download, install and run the top video converter ultimate on your computer.
Step 1. Launch the program and import movie files by dragging video to the primary windows, or by clicking "Add Files" button to add movie files from a browser window.
Step 2. Add Subtitles to Movies
Click "Edit" button on the imported video to bring up the video editing window. Go to "Subtitle" tab at the top and click the "+" button to import external subtitle files (.srt, .ssa, .ass) . After the subtitle is loaded, you can preview it to the right preview windows with the default style. By checking the option "T", you can change the subtitle style by font, color, size, position, transparency, etc. If everything goes well, click "OK" button to confirm settings and close the editing window.
Note: You can also add text watermark or image watermark to your video in the video editing window.
Step 3. Output movies with subtitle as video or burn to DVD
On the primary windows, choose the desired output format from the output format list. Here, you can choose a video format or device format as the output format. Finally, click "Convert" or "Burn" button to writing subtitle to your movie. If you want to burn movies with subtitle to DVD, in Step 1, you should import files in the "Burn" interface instead of the "Convert" interface.
All done. With the Video Converter, you can add subtitles to a movie for playing either on PC, device or TV, etc.