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Add Subtitles to Christmas movies on Mac OS X El Capitan

Watching holiday movies is as much a part of Christmas tradition as tree trimming, cookie baking and shopping. It may be quite annoying to watch these Christmas movies with foreign language. Why don't you insert subtitles to your Christmas movies? It is not as difficult as you think. In this tutorial, an effective method is introduced to help you add subtitles (SRT, ASS, SSA) to Christmas movies on Mac OS X El Capitan without any hassle.

To attach subtitles to Christmas movies without any limitations, a professional and versatile video tool - iFastime Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is highly recommended. I got this tool from a promotion campaign at Facebook and till now it works great. 

It can not only enable you to easily load external subtitles(*.srt and *.ass, *.ssa) as a part of the movie on Mac OS X (El Capitan supported), such as insert subtitles to MP4, attach subtitles to AVI, embed subtitles to MKV, etc but also let you to rip any protected Blu-rays/DVDs and insert your needed subtitles to them for convenient playback. The subtitles is fully synchronized with your Christmas videos. (Have issues with running the app? Check out solutions here!)

What's more, this package tool is mainly for users to convert any videos in all popular formats for different uses such as playing on iPad, Galaxy Note 5, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, iPad Pro, and more. If you are running on Windows PC, turn to iFastime Video Converter Ultimate and the steps are the same. Please make sure you get the right version. Below is the guide for you.

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Attach SRT, ASS, SSA subtitles to Christmas movies of Any Format

1. Import the Christmas movies

After you install and open the converter, you can directly drag the target videos to the program or click "Add video" to add Christmas movies including MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV, MOV, FLV, 3GP and any more..

Note 1: Before loading source video, you need copy .srt (or other subtitle file) to your movies folder, rename .srt file according to the video name. And if you add more than one .srt files to the folder, you can rename the .srt file name like this: if source movie file name is "michael.mkv", the .srt file names can be "michael001", "michael002", etc.

2. Add subtitle to Christmas movies

Click the "Edit Selected task" button to open the subtitle loading and editing window. 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 the subtitle is loaded, you can preview it. When everything is done, simply click "OK" button. Plus, you can also add watermark, apply effects, and crop, trim your Christmas movie files in the above video editing window.

3. Set output video format

Open the output format dropdown list on the right of the main interface and then select a proper output format. Apart from that, you can also directly choose a device as output profile.

Note 2: The program add almost all pop devices as output profile, such as the latest iPad Air, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy series as well as Apple TV, PSP, Nokia models, BlackBerry models, etc.

4. Finish Christmas movie subtitles merging

Click the "Start conversion" button to start adding SRT or ASS, SSA to Christmas movies on Mac OS X El Capitan. When the conversion is completed, the subtitles file will be embedded into the output movies. Now you can play your Christmas movies with subtitles anywhere you want. You'll be amazed at its excellent work!

Note 3: The subtitles added is permanent so make sure you have the right subtitles in hand before start adding subtitles.

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What is SRT subtitles?

SRT, also known as SubRip format file, is "perhaps the most basic of all subtitle formats." SRT files contain formatted lines of plain text in groups separated by a blank line. Subtitles are numbered sequentially, starting at 1. The timecode format used is hours: minutes: seconds, milliseconds with time units fixed to two zero-padded digits and fractions fixed to three zero-padded digits (00:00:00,000).

Where to find the subtitle for the movie?

Moviesubtitles.org is a free website for your to download the subtitles. It will provide you subtitles in multiple languages for the most popular movies and TV films. Here the subtitles are packed with Winzip, unzip it you will get subtitles in SRT format. Enter the movie title in the Search field and choose subtitle in the desired language. Or there are other options like Opensubtitles or Subscene, you can search for the movie's name and choose the language you'd like for subtitles downloading.

Video Tutorial - Attach subtitles (SRT, ASS, SSA) to Christmas movies on Mac

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  1. Vencil says:

    Practical post!

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