How to merge subtitles with video permanently
The problem is that such software is usually quite complicated and requires considerable experience in editing. Leaving aside the fact that it is either fee-based or contains numerous ads.
Our tool is on the other hand very simple without any unnecessary features and buttons. It allows you to merge SRT with MKV, MP4, MOV, AVI or any other visual in three simple steps.
Clideo service works online and it is available for all the operating systems and device types: iPhones, smartphones, laptops, tablets etc. You can enjoy its full functionality on a free basis as long as you upload files up to 500 MB. If you want to import larger videos, just subscribe to Clideo Pro.
Keep reading and get to know how to combine video and subtitles into one file.
Upload an original video
Open Clideo’s Subtitle Merger and import a recording from your personal device by hitting the big blue button “Choose file”.
Alternatively, call the drop-down menu and select a video from a cloud storage account. The last option – you can just paste a direct link to the clip posted in social media.
Merge subtitles with MKV or another video
There are two ways to add subtitles to the shooting: write them manually or import a ready file. We need the second option, so hit the button “Upload .SRT” and pick it up from your personal device or online storage using the same options as at the previous step.
As soon as the editor opens, you can change the captions, move them along the timeline below the player, delete or add new ones if you need. You can also edit their position on the screen, alignment, font, size, text and background colour.
When you are done, select an output video format below the timeline or keep the initial one.
Click on “Create” and get ready to check the result.
Download the subtitled video
Give the clip a final run to make sure that every subtitle has its proper place. If you are happy with the result, save it to your personal device, Google Drive or Dropbox.
If you’ve noticed some imperfections, use the “Back to edit” option to correct them without starting over.