Watching foreign movies or TV series with native subtitles is definitely a good medium for foreign languages learning. But what if there are no subtitles in the downloaded movies and episodes? Many people are traditionally prone to downloading separate subtitle files alongside with corresponding videos. To avoid messing up an awful lot of media files, this post will show you how to attach subtitles to a movie or a TV episode effortlessly.
WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro is an all-in-one toolkit basically designed for entry-level video and audio processing. Thanks to its intelligible layout and intuitive features arrangement, it provides a simple way to either hardcode or attach subs to a movie or an episode. Everyone can easily handle this tool and implement the job, even without any editing experience.
Launch HD Video Converter Factory Pro, among the five main features arranged on the start-up screen, open "Converter" module. Then, click "Add Files" button or conduct a drag-and-drop action to add your downloaded movies and TV episodes.
Click "+" icon next to "T Disabled" section to apply downloaded subtitles to a movie (both of .srt and .ass subtitle formats are supported). You're allowed to attach multiple soft subs to a movie, but you can only add one each time.
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Press the Format Profile on the right-hand side of the Converter, 500+ predefined presets will be unfolded for your choice. It's worth noting right off the bat that, all profiles support hardcoded subtitles which will be burned into the video, but you can only insert one subtitle file into video permanently. On the flip side, MKV, MP4 and MOV support "CC Closed Captioning" so that you can attach multiple .srt files into a movie.
Take MP4 as an example, once you select MP4 profile, press "CC" icon next to "+" button to determine the mode for subtitles applying, Closed Captioning (CC) or Hard-Coded Subtitles.
Select the imported subtitle tracks in the drop-down list of the "T" section. Choose a destination on the bottom, finally, hit "Run" button to attach downloaded subtitles to a movie or an episode.
That's all I want to share with you how to attach subtitles to a movie or a TV episode using HD Video Converter Factory Pro. Hopefully, it can bring much convenience to you. In addition, this versatile software can even allow you to process video and audio files like a Pro. More practical features are waiting for your exploration. Thanks for reading!