Caption & Subtitle File Formats

How to Hardcode Subtitles on a Video

Hardcoded subtitles are a popular, no-fuss option to add subtitles to your video content. With hardcoded subtitles or captions, there is no extra file. The text is ‘burned’ onto the video image itself, and nobody…

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How to Add Subtitles to DivX Videos

Adding captions or subtitles to your DivX video will not only make it more accessible to more viewers, it will also expand the reach of your content. Providing captions and transcripts of your videos can…

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How to Download Subtitle SRT Files

Foreign language films are very popular, in part, because they are accessible to more people when they use English subtitles. Unfortunately, it can be costly to hire a standard translator to watch your videos and…

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How to Add Burned-In Captions to Videos

Open captions, or burned-in captions, are a popular way to display captions on your videos when a platform doesn’t support traditional closed captions (like Instagram, TikTok, or Snapchat), or as an aesthetic choice to make…

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Add SRT Subtitle Files to AVI Videos

Having subtitles and captions on your videos is crucial for your viewers. They help your audience understand your videos much better, especially if your video’s audio isn’t clear. This is also beneficial if the viewer…

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How to Add Open Captions to a Video

When is it useful to add open captions to videos? Maybe you want to produce the next viral social media ad. Perhaps you’ve produced an indie film for a foreign film festival. Using open captions…

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