I'm not sure how many people, like me, habitually watch movies or TV series with the subtitles displayed at the bottom of the screen. Without those on-screen text, I always feel like that something is missing. Therefore, I'm accustomed to embedding subtitles in video before watching. If you have the same need as well, this guide will float your boat.
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Q: "I have an .mp4 movie and an .srt file on a stick to plug into my TV, the problem is, it plays the video but ignores the subs. I wonder how can I embed an .srt file into the .mp4 video?"--- from VideoHelp Forum
A: As you know, the subtitles that display as on-screen text are quite useful for hard-of-hearing people when watching videos and movies. But meanwhile, it also helps us understand the spoken dialogue or commentary in foreign language movies. Based on my own experience, I'll share with you how to embed subtitles into video step by step in the following paragraphs.
Actually, it's quite simple to embed subtitles in videos with the right application. WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro is such a remarkable toolkit suite specialized in simplifying video processing work. It allows you to add either soft subtitles/closed captions that can be hidden or activated, or hardcoded subtitles that won't be closed or removed.
Click "+" icon to embed subtitles to video (.srt and .ass formats are supported). You can only add one each time if you want to embed multiple .srt files to MP4.
Tips: There are some decent websites for you to free download subtitles for movies and TV series.
Click on the format profile on the right side, there are 500+ presets available for your choice. It's worth noting right off the bat that, ONLY MKV, MP4 and MOV support "CC Closed Captioning". But if you want to hardcode subtitles to video, it can be applied to all video formats.
Select all subtitle tracks in the drop-down list of the "T" section. Choose a destination on the bottom, finally, hit "Run" button to start to embed subtitles in video.
Now you have figured out how to embed subtitles in video using this handy subtitle embedder, which includes either closed captions or hardcoded subtitles. Hopefully I make everything straightforward and clear. If this guide really works for you, don't forget to share it through your social media platforms. Thanks for reading!
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