Add Subtitles to your video and movie for Mac/iPhone/iPad.
About Subtitle Writer
Add subtitles for your video.You can add one subtitle track or multiple subtitle tracks to the movie. Of course, you can easily add subtitles for your iPhone and iPad videos.
|Video Format Supported||Functions||System requirement||Important notice|
|【1】Mov, m4v, mp4, 3gp for Mac||【1】Soft coded subtitle. No video quality loss.||【1】Mac OS 10.9 or above||【1】This Subtitle Writer Version 1.0 only support Quicktime Player X. Quicktime Player 7 is not supported to see the subtitle track.|
|【2】Video with DRM copyright protected are not supported, for example iTunes M4V with DRM.||【2】Multiple subtitle tracks burn to video at one time.||【2】Quicktime Player X on Mac|
【2】If you want to add subtitle for iOS compatible video, make sure your video format is ready for iOS devices. If not, please use video converter to make it iOS compatible. Then add subtitles to the video.
|【3】m4v, mp4 for iPhone and iPad||【3】Drag and Drop support.||【3】iOS 6 or above on iPhone and iPad||【3】On iOS device, please turn the Closed Captions on by Settings->General->Accessibility->Subtitles & Captioning ->Closed Captions+SDH.|
|【4】Quicktime Player X needed on Mac||【4】Choose language locale for auto language detection on Mac or iOS device.|
|【5】SRT subtitle file needed|
|【6】Subtitle track is 3gptext format|
|【7】Closed Caption C608 or C708 not supported yet|
Report a bug or request a function
Please post a bug or your request to us by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Most problem comes from SRT file. Please check if your SRT is in a standard format.