Add subtitles to a video is the right thing to do. They can add a new level of understanding and engagement for your video viewers. If you want to do this on your videos in MP4 formatDon't worry, it's easier than you think.
Follow our easy steps to give your MP4 videos a new dimension.
The MP4 is a digital video file format commonly used for compressing and distributing videos over the Internet. It is compatible with many devices and can be played by many media players. The MP4 format is also often chosen for its balance of video quality and small file size.
You want the exact definition of MP4 ? Ok we ask ChatGPT.
MP4 stands for MPEG-4 Part 14.
The MP4 format was developed by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG)MPEG is a standardization organization for the audiovisual industry. MPEG is a working group of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), which defines standards for the compression, encoding and distribution of digital media. The MP4 format is an extension of the MPEG-4 format, which was created to allow better compression of videos for online distribution.
Okay, so it's pretty obvious that the MP4 format is very widespread, very compatible with the majority of readers and it is not a coincidence that on CaptéIt is a format that we gladly accept!
Let's talk about Captured, the easiest tool to make subtitles.
Yes, there are methods to link a .SRT subtitle file to your .mp4 video, for example, but we're going to get to the point and talk about the Captured method.
Let's go back to the basics: you have a video in mp4 format and you want to add subtitles to publish it on TikTok or Instagram for example.
Go to Capté :
Registration in 20 seconds
Add your MP4 video to your space
Choice of language (yes, you can also translate your subtitles)
Artificial intelligence takes care of creating subtitles automatically in minutes
All right, the transcript is ready, subtitles generated
Some adjustments with the subtitle editor to correct some errors
Finally, export the mp4 video with the subtitles integrated directly into the video
2nd choice here, export of the subtitle file SRT or VTT to integrate the subtitles manually in another way or on the networks that accept this type of files like : LinkedIn, Facebook or Youtube.
In addition, on Capté you have the possibility to translate your subtitles, add style, choose your own font. Options to make your video unique.
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