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iSubtitle 3.2: How to Add Subtitles to Your Videos Easily




If you are looking for a simple and powerful way to add subtitles to your videos on Mac, you might want to check out iSubtitle 3.2. iSubtitle is a subtitle editor that lets you create soft-subtitled movies for your Apple devices, like the iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV and Mac. Soft subtitles are non-destructive and can be turned on or off using the interface of the device or application. You can also choose from multiple languages in the same file and switch them on the fly as you watch.


In this article, we will show you how to use iSubtitle 3.2 to add subtitles to your videos easily and quickly. You will learn how to:


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  • Import your video and subtitle files



  • Sync and edit your subtitles



  • Add metadata and chapter markers



  • Export your subtitled movie



Import your video and subtitle files




To start using iSubtitle, you need to download and install it from the [Mac App Store] or the [developer's website]. The app costs $19.99 and requires macOS 10.15 or later.


Once you have installed iSubtitle, launch it and drag and drop your video file into the app window. You can also use the File menu to open a video file. iSubtitle supports most popular video formats, such as MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, etc. If you have Perian installed, you can also open more formats like MKV and AVI.


Next, you need to import your subtitle file. You can either use an existing subtitle file or search for one online using the built-in subtitle search feature. iSubtitle supports all major subtitle formats, such as SRT, SUB, SSA, STL, SCC, ITT and VTT. Matroska subtitles are automatically converted to soft subtitle tracks on import.


To import a subtitle file, drag and drop it into the app window or use the File menu to open a subtitle file. You can also use the Subtitle menu to search for subtitles online. iSubtitle will automatically download, unarchive and parse the subtitles for you.


After importing your subtitle file, you will see it listed in the Subtitle Tracks panel on the left side of the app window. You can also see a preview of the subtitles in the Video Player panel on the right side of the app window.


Sync and edit your subtitles