Read various formats
Opening SRT, SSA, TTML, SBV, DFXP, VTT, XML, SCC and SAMI subtitles are supported. All common video file formats are supported.
Adjust the start, duration and end of a subtitle directly in the timeline.
Saving SRT by deafult
Subtitle saves your project in SRT format by default.
All information you need. No more, no less.
Merge to the last or next subtitle, or slice in the middle at the text cursor position.
Add and remove
Add a subtitle with an editable duration or remove the selected subtitle.
Start/end to cursor
Set the start or end of the subtitle to the current timeline cursor.
Up to 20 levels of zoom, so you can make fine editings.
You can show the grid to help visualize by frames, seconds or scenes.
While dragging subtitles, it can snap the starts/ends, moving and to the grid.
Play from the start of the last/current subtitle, stop, play at current timeline cursor position, and from the start of the next subtitle.
Timecode information always visible, and seconds marking in the timeline.
Open a recent file from a list of recent used files.
Unlimited undo changes
You can undo mistakes with no limits.
Useful for transcribe: adjust the playback speed without changing the pitch.
Useful for transcribe: set the duration and times to repeat while playing.
Visual aid for safety margins.
Save in other formats
Choose other formats to save by default.
Import from TXT files, slice them and insert into the timeline automatically. Also, it can export the subtitles as simple TXT files.
Export burned in subtitle
Generate videos with the subtitle burned in.
Unlimited video duration
No limit for video length time.
The interface is adjusted to your screen.
MPV playback engine
Based on a powerful multimedia playback engine.
ffmpeg internal processes
Internal tasks are based on a powerful audio/video manipulation tool.