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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




Now that you have imported your video and subtitle files, you can sync and edit your subtitles using iSubtitle's intuitive interface.


To sync your subtitles, select a subtitle track from the Subtitle Tracks panel and use the Time Offset stepper at the bottom of the app window to adjust the timing of the subtitles. You can also use keyboard shortcuts to sync your subtitles faster.


To edit your subtitles, double-click on a subtitle line in the Subtitle Tracks panel or in the Video Player panel. A popover window will appear where you can edit the text, start time, end time and style of the subtitle line. You can also use keyboard shortcuts to edit your subtitles faster.


You can also add new subtitle lines by clicking on the Add button at the bottom of the Subtitle Tracks panel or by pressing Command-N on your keyboard. A new popover window will appear where you can enter the text, start time, end time and style of the new subtitle line.


You can also delete subtitle lines by selecting them and clicking on the Delete button at the bottom of the Subtitle Tracks panel or by pressing Command-Delete on your keyboard.


Add metadata and chapter markers




One of the great features of iSubtitle is that it allows you to add metadata and chapter markers to your movie file. Metadata is information that describes your movie file, such as title, genre, rating, cast, etc. Chapter markers are points in your movie that allow you to skip to specific scenes easily.


To add metadata to your movie file, click on the Metadata button at the top right corner of the app window. A new panel will appear where you can enter various information about your movie file. You can also use the Metadata menu to search for metadata online using IMDb or The Movie Database.


To add chapter markers to your movie file, click on the Chapters button at the top right corner of the app window. A new panel will appear where you can see a list of chapters in your movie file. You can also use the Chapters menu to create chapters automatically or manually.


To create chapters automatically, select Create Chapters Automatically from the Chapters menu. iSubtitle will analyze your movie file and create chapters based on scene changes. You can also adjust the sensitivity and minimum duration of the chapters using the sliders at the bottom of the panel.


To create chapters manually, select Create Chapter from the Chapters menu or press Command-K on your keyboard. A new popover window will appear where you can enter the name, start time and end time of the new chapter. You can also use keyboard shortcuts to create chapters faster.


You can also edit or delete chapters by selecting them and clicking on the Edit or Delete buttons at the bottom of the panel or by using keyboard shortcuts.


Export your subtitled movie




After you have added subtitles, metadata and chapter markers to your movie file, you are ready to export it to a format that suits your needs. iSubtitle allows you to export your movie file in various ways, such as:


  • Save inline: This option will save your subtitles, metadata and chapter markers directly to the source file if it is already in a compatible MP4 or M4V format. This option is fast and does not require re-encoding.



  • Export: This option will export your movie file to a new MP4 or M4V file with your subtitles, metadata and chapter markers embedded. This option may require re-encoding depending on your settings.



  • Smart Export: This option will export your movie file to a new MP4 or M4V file with your subtitles, metadata and chapter markers embedded. This option will only re-encode your movie file if necessary for it to play on your target device or application.



To export your movie file, click on the Export button at the top right corner of the app window. A new panel will appear where you can choose your export options, such as:


  • Output Format: You can choose between MP4 or M4V as the output format for your movie file.



  • Video Codec: You can choose between AVC (H.264) or HEVC (H.265) as the video codec for your movie file.



  • Audio Codec: You can choose between AAC or AC3 as the audio codec for your movie file.



  • Quality: You can choose between Low, Medium, High or Custom as the quality level for your movie file.



  • Preset: You can choose between various presets for your target device or application, such as Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, iPod, iTunes, etc.



After choosing your export options, click on the Start button at the bottom of the panel to start exporting your movie file. You can see the progress of the export in the Export Queue panel at the bottom of the app window. You can also pause, resume or cancel the export at any time.


Once the export is finished, you can find your subtitled movie file in the destination folder that you specified. You can also open it in iTunes or any other app that can play a AVFoundation/QuickTime Movie. You can then enjoy watching your subtitled movie on your Mac or transfer it to your Apple devices.


Conclusion




iSubtitle 3.2 is a powerful and easy-to-use subtitle editor for Mac that lets you create soft-subtitled movies for your Apple devices. It supports all major subtitle formats and allows you to sync and edit your subtitles with ease. It also lets you add metadata and chapter markers to your movie file and export it in various ways. iSubtitle 3.2 is a great companion app for your iTunes library and all your Apple devices.


If you want to learn more about iSubtitle 3.2, you can visit the [developer's website] or read the [user reviews] on MacUpdate. You can also contact the developer using the Feedback feature in the app if you have any issues or suggestions. Here are some more tips and tricks for using iSubtitle 3.2: - You can customize the appearance of your subtitles using the Style Editor panel on the left side of the app window. You can change the font, size, color, alignment, shadow, outline and background of your subtitles. You can also create and save your own styles for future use. - You can preview your subtitles in full screen mode by clicking on the Full Screen button at the top right corner of the app window or by pressing Command-F on your keyboard. You can also use keyboard shortcuts to control the playback, such as spacebar to play/pause, arrow keys to skip forward/backward, etc. - You can batch process multiple movie files using iSubtitle's Batch Export feature. To use this feature, click on the Batch Export button at the top right corner of the app window or select Batch Export from the File menu. A new window will appear where you can drag and drop your movie files and choose your export options. You can also use presets to apply the same settings to all your movie files. - You can share your subtitled movie files with your friends and family using iSubtitle's Share feature. To use this feature, click on the Share button at the top right corner of the app window or select Share from the File menu. A new panel will appear where you can choose from various sharing options, such as AirDrop, Mail, Messages, Facebook, Twitter, etc. You can also use extensions to share your movie files with other apps or services. Here are some more tips and tricks for using iSubtitle 3.2: - You can customize the appearance of your subtitles using the Style Editor panel on the left side of the app window. You can change the font, size, color, alignment, shadow, outline and background o


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