Add Subtitles to MOV Online
Create subtitles or captions for your MOV video
Use as a Converter
Before saving your movie with subtitles, you can convert it to any desired format like MP4, MKV, AVI, MOV, and others.
Options to Choose from
You can decide how to add subtitles to your video: manually or with an SRT subtitle file. In any case, you can edit them then.
Edit Subtitle Font
We don't limit you! Select a font, its size, align the text. Also, choose its color and background to make the subs look brighter and seen on both black and white.
Add subtitles to QuickTime files
A MOV file (QuickTime Movie) is a multimedia format developed by Apple for storing video, audio, and other media data. It is a common format used on Mac computers and is supported by the QuickTime multimedia framework.
MOV videos are widely used for various purposes, including personal videos, movies, TV shows, presentations, and multimedia content. They provide a flexible and reliable format for storing and distributing video and audio data, particularly within the Apple ecosystem.
QuickTime Player has limited subtitle capabilities compared to dedicated subtitle editors or players. However, if there’s a need to add subtitles or captions to a QuickTime video, you’ll need to use a separate subtitle file in a compatible format, such as SRT (SubRip Subtitle) or WebVTT (Web Video Text Tracks).
Our tool helps to automatically generate or add SRT to QuickTime video. You can hardcode subtitles into your video and download a separate .SRT file.
How to add subtitles to QuickTime video
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