Add Subtitles to Video on Windows
Add captions to a video on Windows 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.
Make subtitles for a video
Windows is one of the most widely used operating systems for personal computers, and it provides various built-in and third-party apps for watching and making videos. Windows supports a wide range of video formats, such as MP4, AVI, MKV, and more. This versatility makes it convenient for users to access and watch videos from various sources. To make the viewing even more convenient, users normally add subtitles to the video.
Making subtitles for a video improves accessibility and removes language barriers through translation and localization. Captions enhance clarity and comprehension and allow for silent viewing, discoverability, and better viewer engagement. However, manual creation of subtitles may take some time.
Our tool allows you to easily add captions to a video and make a separate subtitle file for free — and the whole process only takes a few minutes!
How to put subtitles on video on Windows
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