They are becoming more and more common: but how do you write subtitles? Today we give you the answer to this question! Web subtitles are not the same as dubbing subtitles as in movies. From the standards to be respected, to the transcript in your videos... here's everything you need to know to write them properly.
Yes, like all fields, the subtitling follows its own rules but what are they?
Then there is different techniques, l’video overlay directly or the creation ofan external file, the famous .SRT !
To go further, we have written a comparison of subtitling tools to allow you to find your way through the existing solutions.
But first let's take a brief look how to integrate subtitles into videos.
To do this, you need to writing subtitles in a text strip on the videodirectly into an editing software as in PremierePro. Long and tedious process that not many people appreciate.
The .SRT file is a text file composed of the subtitles with their display times. You can create it with Notepad on Microsoft Windows or TextEdit on Apple OS X.
Opt for Capté : artificial intelligence takes care of subtitling automaticallyand then through the you edit them easily and match them perfectly with the video. Then when you are satisfied with the result, all you have to do is to export the video with subtitles or the .SRT fileas you need it !
The little +. you can stylize your subtitles : you can stylize your subtitles 🙂
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