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Alternative Way to Add .srt,.ssa, .ass subtitle files to videos in Windows Movie Maker

May 18, 2016

Hi! In this article i'll be showing you a tutorial on how to add subtitles in Windows Movie Maker, Hope this article is helpful. Thanks for reading!

Subtitles help you watch a video if you can't hear a spoken language.Adding optional subtitles to your video provides you with in-depth training on Video.

Windows Movie Maker, the movie editing application that comes with Windows operating systems, offers you the ability to edit and create movies with such features as special effects, transitions and timeline narrations. In addition, you can add subtitles, which are any text written over a video clip. But, if you fail to follow the right instructions, it will bring you problems while you are using the program. Here, we will show you an alternative way to add an external .srt,.ssa, .ass subtitle files to an .mp4 video:

Alternative Way to Add Subtitles to Video

If you are short of options for adding subtitle to your video, Brorsoft Video Converter (Video Converter for Mac) will be a good alternative. It has all that you will be looking for to make everything easy including a tutorial. Users are allowed to add subtitle to video with external .srt, .ssa, .ass subtitle files easily. All these options can be found in the Subtitle tab. When you are making an educational video or adding subtitles to a multi-language movie, you will find this program extremely useful and convenient.



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3 Steps to Add Subtitles to A Clip using Brorsoft Video Converter

Step 1. Load Files

After installing and running the program, you can import the video files to the program by directly dragging or clicking “File” to add the source video files.

Note: make sure the subtitle and the video have the same name and they are kept in the same file.



Step 2. Embed subtitles into video

Click on “Edit” button, the video editor will pop up. Tap “Subtitle” option and check the “Enable” icon. Then, by clicking on “Browse” to import your *.srt, *.ass, *.ssa subtitle file you’ve downloaded. After that, you can have a preview of the subtitle effect to make sure all goes OK . Make sure you have added the right subtitle that goes well with your video file.



Tip: You can also add watermark, apply effects, and crop, trim your video files in the above video editing window.

Step 3. Save Video

After adding subtitles to your videos, you can hit the “Convert” button to save it.

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