Add Subtitles to Video on Mac
Add subtitles to video on Mac manually or automatically
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.
Subtitle software on Mac
Mac computers are widely used and offer a range of features and applications that make video playback convenient and enjoyable. There is a QuickTime Player that supports various video formats and provides basic video playback capabilities. It is pre-installed on Macs, making it easy for users to watch videos without requiring additional software.
In recent years, captioning Mac videos has become very common due to the advantages subtitles provide. In certain industries or contexts, such as film production, it may even be required as part of the production process. Of course, it can be done for personal purposes as well.
On a Mac, creating subtitles is possible without relying on third-party apps by using the built-in text editor. However, manual creation may take a lot of time depending on the length of the video, so many users download subtitling software for Mac to speed up the process.
Our tool makes it easy to create an .SRT file on Mac, add subtitles to QuickTime files or any other video, such as MP4, MKV, and others, and it only takes a few minutes.
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