Adding subtitles to videos is becoming ever more important, especially in this media-sharing world where we want to reach more audiences. We also need subtitles when watching foreign movies. And it makes sense that you probably want to add subtitles to your videos too. But if you have tried enough online free video editors, you know most of them, if not all, will add a watermark to your video. Obviously, you don’t want any watermark. So how to add subtitles to video free without watermark exactly? Don’t worry. This post has got you covered. Just read on and learn an effective way to do it.
Since it’s unrealistic to find a free online tool to add subtitles to video without watermark, we can turn to a desktop video editor for help. But first, we need to prepare the subtitle file. If you already have the subtitle file, you can jump to #Part 2 to add subtitles to your video directly. Now, without further ado, let’s get started.
To add subtitles to a video manually, you can use a free online subtitle editor called SpeechText to create SRT subtitles for your video. It is simple to use this tool. All you need to do is to open the video on the right panel, and then create new subtitles on the left panel. You can preview the real-time subtitles as you edit. After the subtitle is made, click Export SRT to download the SRT file. No registration is required and you can use it anywhere.
After you got the wanted subtitle file, let’s see how to add it to your video without watermark for free.
Adding subtitles is easy now. We can use a free video editor WonderFox Free HD Video Converter Factory to complete the work in easy clicks. This program can hardcode subtitles as well as attach soft subtitles to videos completely for free and leaves no watermark. It supports nearly all videos. Now, let’s free download free download the software and see how to add subtitles to video without watermark below.
Step 1. Open Free HD Video Converter Factory and enter the “Converter” module. Drag the target video into the blank interface or click “Add Files” to import the source video.
Step 2. Click to open the right-side output format page and select an output format in advance.
Step 3. Now, click the + button below the video task to load your subtitle file. Click the “Subtitle settings” next to the + button to choose a subtitle type. For example, choose CC to add closed captions to the video or H for adding permanent subtitles.
Step 4. Finally, press the bottom down arrow button to set an output folder and click “Run” to start adding subtitles to video free without watermark.
Now, that is the free method I use to add subtitles to video without watermark. I hope you’d find this article helpful. Thanks for reading. Have a nice day!