How to translate subtitles

It is hardly surprising that almost every local educational platform tries to translate its videos into English, to make them accessible for the worldwide audience and gain popularity. Manual translation takes much time and involves at least several highly educated specialists, which is not very cost-efficient. So, meet our new tool which allows you to auto-translate subtitles in no time!

Our online subtitle translator works in a browser, which makes it compatible with all operating systems and device types. As all other Clideo services, this tool is user-friendly and intuitively comprehensive, so you don’t have to read lengthy manuals to master it.

Another point: you can use our service without any fee, and upgrade to Clideo Pro only if you want to get rid of the watermark or get access to several additional perks.

Follow the three simple steps and add translated subtitles to your video in no time!

  1. Upload a video and subtitles to the tool

    Open the SRT Translator in any browser and upload a video from your device, Google Drive, Google Photos, or Dropbox.

    Online subtitle translator

    After that, you will be automatically transferred to the screen where you can upload your .SRT file the same way.

    Add srt to online subtitle translator
  2. Edit subs

    Edit subtitles manually if necessary: adjust their timing, change their style, alter the font, alignment, position in the screen, and other settings.

    Edit srt in online subtitle translator

    Then hit the "Translate" button and choose the needed language. Look through the subtitle translation and correct it manually, if necessary.

    Translate subtitles

    Then save the .SRT file and translate the subtitles to the next language you require. You can repeat this cycle as many times as you wish, depending on your subscription plan.

    Download SRT with translated subtitles
  3. Save the video with embedded subs

    It’s an optional step. If you just want to create several subtitle files in different languages, you may easily omit it. Otherwise, set the language you’re going to use most often, leave these subtitles, select the output format, and hit the "Export" button at the bottom right. This way, in addition to various subtitles which you can turn on and off, and change depending on the audience’s language, you’ll get a video with permanent captions.

    Download video with translated subtitles

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