Super simple to use. Just 3 steps:
1. Drag & Drop any video.
2. Add Subtitle(s).
3. Save Video. That’s it!
● Two Modes. Switch between them just with a click of a button.
Hard Subtitle mode:
● Subtitle text permanently embeds above the video (which cannot be extracted or removed).
● Know the look & placement of subtitle text before exporting.
● Ability to set font, font size, text color and text outline color.
● Ability to set Closed Caption (CC) style or Subtitle styled text.
Soft Subtitle mode:
● Subtitle resides as a track in the output video. Which can be turned ON/OFF using the video player.
● Add multiple subtitles at one shot.
● Ability to choose the tracks in the output video before exporting.
● Losslessly encodes to .mp4 only if necessary.
● Automatically detects the language of Subtitle and tags them so that it shows up in QuickTime Player for easy selection.
● Output Video is compatible with QuickTime, iPhone TV App, Apple TV and most other video players.
● Supports pretty much any language.
● Supported Input subtitle file formats : SubRip(.srt), SubStation Alpha(.ssa), Advanced SubStation Alpha(.ass), SubViewer(.sub), WebVTT(.vtt), Spruce(.stl), SAMI(.smi) etc.,
● Supported Input video formats : .mp4, .mov, .m4v, .mkv, .mpg, .avi, .webm, .wmv, .dv, .ogg, .ogv, .ts, .flv, .mts, .m2ts, .3gp, .asf, m2v, mxf, .wtv and everything else.
Soft Subtitles vs Hard Subtitles
Hard subtitles are part of the video itself (superimposed text), they are embedded over the video and cannot be turned ON/OFF while the video is playing. Example: Creating YouTube Video with transcription.
Soft Subtitles are added as a separate track in a video file and they are not part of the video itself, so it can be turned ON/OFF while the video is playing. Example: Creating an Apple TV Video with different language subtitles.
WhatsApp chat with developer from the app itself for excellent customer support.
Updated to work with macOS Big Sur.
Added ability to Hard Subtitle.
Fixed several bugs.