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How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Need to know how to get subtitles to work on iPhone videos?

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

When you watch a captioned video on the web, it is most likely generating captions from a caption file that’s associated with the video — a “sidecard file.”

However, mobile phones and tablets don’t always support sidecar caption files.

Sidecar closed caption functioning varies based on type of device, the caption settings on your device, and the app used the play a video.

For example, if you’re watching a YouTube video on an iPhone, you can toggle closed captions on and off.

If you’re watching a Facebook video on an iPhone, there is no way to toggle closed captions on or off. Captions will display or not display automatically according to the accessibility settings on your phone.

The most reliable way to ensure that captions display no matter what is to encode your captions directly into the video.

Note also that iTunes only accepts videos with closed captions encoded into the file, so if you’re submitting anything to the Apple store, you’ll need caption encoding.

How to Add Captions & Subtitles to Videos in iPhone, iPad & iPod

To learn more about how subtitles work (or don’t work) on iOS devices, how to encode captions, and how to display captions on mobile videos, download our free guide on video captioning for iOS:

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

How to Enable Closed Captioning on Apple Devices and Software

You will need to enable closed captions and subtitles in order to view them on your iOS devices and software.

Hey!, I really like to download live performances, or simply just movies that are not available on itunes, and i like to have them in order, with all its stuff, but some of them need subtittles, and i want them to be exactly like the other purchased movies i have.

I want to be able to activate and desactivate the subtittles, i don’t know if this is possible, so i wanted to know, because everytime I try to find more about my question, i just get info that is only for people that has mac computers, please help!, Thanks! 😝

Posted on Jun 8, 2014 8:41 PM

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I’m yet to find a method that works every time for this issue.

I have a number of films in mp4 format which are in my iTunes library, and have experimented with A LOT of options and work-around’s. From my many hours of trying to do this, it would seem that simply adding the srt to the same directory doesn’t work. I’ve had to ‘burn-in’ the titles which is fine for what I want, but in your case probably not. It would also depend on where you’re sourcing the video from. If you’re copying a DVD, you might have luck if you try ripping the ISO, and then exporting it as and mp4 using something Handbrake, but if the video file comes as is and you’re trying to merge the two, it might be a little more complex.

I’ve found a lot of help on VideoHelp.com where entire treads are dedicated to this exact stuff, like this:

This is my first post on here helping someone, so I hope I’ve made a positive contribution back after it’s helped me so much in the past 🙂

Jun 11, 2014 6:45 AM

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It is a little unclear to me exactly what you are asking, but if subtitles are already included in the video you are watching you can turn them on or off. See this article –

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Jun 11, 2014 6:29 AM

I’m yet to find a method that works every time for this issue.

I have a number of films in mp4 format which are in my iTunes library, and have experimented with A LOT of options and work-around’s. From my many hours of trying to do this, it would seem that simply adding the srt to the same directory doesn’t work. I’ve had to ‘burn-in’ the titles which is fine for what I want, but in your case probably not. It would also depend on where you’re sourcing the video from. If you’re copying a DVD, you might have luck if you try ripping the ISO, and then exporting it as and mp4 using something Handbrake, but if the video file comes as is and you’re trying to merge the two, it might be a little more complex.

I’ve found a lot of help on VideoHelp.com where entire treads are dedicated to this exact stuff, like this:

This is my first post on here helping someone, so I hope I’ve made a positive contribution back after it’s helped me so much in the past 🙂

Jun 11, 2014 6:45 AM

I developed a Mac App called Subtitle Writer. That’s for adding SRT subtitle to Mov, M4V, MP4 and 3GP movies. It’s available on Mac App Store.

With Subtitle Writer, it’s a snap to add subtitle track to your movie and video. Of course, it’s working for iPad and iPhone movies. You can easily watch multi language subtitled movie on your Mac, iPhone and iPad. It’s not hard coded and no video quality loss. You can turn the subtitle on or off. You can even extract the subtitles to a SRT file by using SRT Extractor on Mac App Store.

-Mov, m4v, mp4, 3gp are supported. iOS video format supported.

-Soft coded subtitle. No video quality loss.

-SRT file needed.

-Multiple subtitle tracks burn to video at one time.

-Choose language for Quicktime X auto language detection.

-Mac OS 10.9 or above.

-Use Quicktime X to toggle CC on on Mac to see the subtitles.

-Turn on Closed captions on iPhone and iPad to see the subtitles.

-You can Download SRT Extractor to extract the subtitles from video.

-You can download SRT Edit to make new SRT file or edit an existing SRT file.

-This Subtitle Writer Version 1.0 only support Quicktime Player X. Quicktime Player 7 is not supported to see the subtitle track.

-If you want to add subtitle for iOS compatible video, make sure your video format is ready for iOS devices. If not, please use video converter to make it iOS compatible. Then add subtitles to the video.

-On iOS device, please turn the Closed Captions on by Settings->General->Accessibility->Subtitles & Captioning ->Closed Captions+SDH.

Jun 23, 2014 4:17 PM

As far as I am aware iTunes, iPhone, iPad, and QuickTime only officially support two types of subtitle – Closed Caption and a text based Subtitle track. Both of these are embedded in to the movie file. In other words officially they do not support .srt files.

It has been possible in the past to use Perian on a Mac only as an add-on for QuickTime and this has allowed using .srt files. (Obviously this will not work on iPhone etc.) However Perian is not supported any more and even even though you can still download it in Mavericks it only works in QuickTime Player 7 and not QuickTime Player X. As a result it also does not work in iTunes.

Therefore you probably as intimated by other posters here need to look at using a tool to convert your .srt files in to embedded subtitles inside the MP4 video file. There are various tools to do this and the Mac is particularly well-served in this area, it seems Windows is less well endowed. 🙂

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Subtitles and closed captioning are Accessibility features that let anyone with a hearing impairment still enjoy any movie, TV show, podcast, and iTunes U video labeled with a CC in the iTunes Store. Subtitles and closed captioning work by layering text over the video, basically showing everything that’s being said in written form. Subtitles and closed captioning on the iPhone and iPad even let you create your own display styles so you can make them as easy to see and enjoyable to read as possible.

How to turn on subtitles and closed captions in iOS

  1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on General.
  3. Tap on Accessibility.
  4. Under the Hearing section, tap on Subtitles & Captioning.
  5. Turn On the option for Closed Captions + SDH.
  6. Tap on Style in order to customize how closed captions work if you’d like.

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There are a few default options built in for closed captions and subtitles but if you don’t like any of them, you can style on Create New Style. and choose your own font type and size. Just keep in mind that closed caption and subtitles will work where available but third party apps may have their own individual settings you’ll have to use. This should get you started with all the built-in apps that need them though.

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You may want to know how to “hard-encode” subtitles into .mp4 and .m4v video files so you can watch them on your iPhone or iPad. This article will show you a pretty quick and simple method. Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate can help you embed subtitles to videos in a foreign language or with poor sound. You can easily add subtitle stream to videos and convert them to MP4 format for iPhone or iPad with this program. Then you can turn on or off the subtitle anytime as you like.

Firstly, download Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate and then install and run it.

Step 1. Add File

Click “Add File(s)” button on the toolbar or select “File> Add File(s)” on the main menu to load files.

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Step 2. Add and adjust subtitle to video

Firstly, choose the video you want to edit, and then click "Effects" button on the toolbar to enter "Effects" window. In "Subtitle" tab, click "Add Subtitles" button to load the desired subtitles into the list. Then select a subtitle from the list and adjust its transparency, vertical position, font, color, size, style and line spacing at will.

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Step 3. Select output format or device

Select the files need to be converted and click “Profile” button to select the output format in the drop-down list. Then click “Browse…” button to specify destination folder for saving output files, or click “Output to devices” button to output the video to your iPhone/iPad/PSP.

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Step 4. Convert

After selected output profile, you only need to check the files you want to convert in the file list and click “Convert Checked Item(s)” button on the toolbar to complete the task.

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Just a few minutes, the original video will be converted to MP4 video with subtitle stream. When you play the video on your iPhone, you will be able to select On or OFF for subtitle.

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Want to use subtitles or closed captioning on videos on your iPhone or iPad? Do you watch movies and other video content in foreign languages? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that you can view subtitles and closed captions on your iPhone and iPad, as long as they’re available for whichever video or service you’re watching.

Many people take advantage of subtitles while watching videos on their devices. This could be due to various reasons, ranging from watching foreign language films, to hearing impairment, to watching a video with low audio, to language barriers. Subtitles and closed captioning are considered an accessibility feature in iOS and iPadOS, and the procedure to enable and use subtitles often depends on what app or service you use to watch videos.

How to Enable Subtitles & Closed Captions on iPhone & iPad

If you have hearing impairment or just want to use the feature for any other reason, you can take advantage of the Subtitles & Captioning accessibility feature that’s buried in settings. Let’s take a look at the necessary steps.

    Head over “Settings” on your iPhone or iPad.

There you go, you’ve now learned how to enable and use subtitles on your iPhone and iPad.

From now on, whenever you’re watching video content on your iOS or iPadOS device, subtitles or closed captions will be displayed on your screen whenever they’re available. Also, look out for the subtitle icon in the playback icon if they don’t show up automatically.

When this accessibility feature is enabled, you’ll need to choose the option that says “SDH” from the list of available subtitles. SDH stands for subtitles for deaf and hard of hearing, and they differ from regular subtitles.

How to Enable Subtitles in Apple TV App

If you watch movies and TV shows with your Apple TV+ subscription, it’s pretty easy to access subtitles within the Apple TV app. Simply follow the steps below to get started.

  1. Play any movie or TV show of your choice. Tap on the screen to access the playback menu. Here, you’ll notice the option for subtitles located right next to the AirPlay icon, as shown in the screenshot below.

You can follow the exact same method to enable subtitles in any other supported third-party app like Netflix, Disney+, etc as well.

If you own a Mac, you’ll be pleased to know that you can change your subtitle font and size for iTunes and video playback on your macOS device. This could be handy, as the default text size for subtitles is on the smaller side for most people.

We hope you managed to enable and use subtitles and closed captions on your iOS or iPadOS device without any issues. What are your thoughts on this accessibility feature? Share your experiences and thoughts in the comments section.

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How can I add subtitles to my own videos?

If you have the same questions as the above, then you’ve been the right place. Actually, it could be very easy to add subtitles to a video, but the premise is that you’ve find the right solution.

In this post, you’re going to learn how to add subtitles to video in details, but before getting started, I’d like to show you why people like to put subtitles on a video as follows:

– Content Accessibility

If you look around on public transport, you may have seen many consuming video content without sound, either because they don’t have earphones or the environment is just too noisy. Subtitles will allow your audience to continue watching your video without sound.

– Easy to Understand

Instead of dubbing and doing voice-overs for the entire video, it is much more cost-effective and time-saving to add subtitles in the local language. Such subtitles are often found on DVD or streaming services where you can choose between different language versions of the subtitles.

Then, how to add subtitles to video? Let’s check the below steps now.

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  • Support for popular subtitle formats .srt, .ass and .ssa. And enable to add titles, subtitles, texts, etc. to a video within few clicks;
  • Include almost all you needed editing tools like splitting, trimming, rotating, green screen, split screen, PIP, volume booster, etc.
  • Built-in free title templates resources give you a quick way to add an ideal subtitle to video. And recommend Filmstock for you to download video subtitles.
  • Import and export videos from almost all popular formats, devices and social platforms.
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Step by Step Guide: How to Add or Put Subtitles on A Video?

Here, I have recorded a video to show you the detailed steps as below:

Now, you might know how easy the Filmora Video Editor works. And for more detailed steps, please check the below text tutorial:

Step 1. Directly install the program on your computer, then launch it. After that, choose “New Project” and click “Import Media Files from Here” to load the video clip you wish to add subtitles.

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Step 2. Drag videos to the timeline and click on “Titles” on the top menu, and choose “Subtitles” to pick up a template you like. Drag the template you’re interested in and drop it onto the timeline.

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Now, double-click on the subtitle to open the title editing window. Here, you can type the text and change the font size, color, style, space, etc. as you like. Here, you can also hit the “Advanced” button to customize your video subtitle.

How to add subtitles to a video on an iphone

Step 3. After you have finished editing your subtitles, choose a suitable video format and select a location to convert and save your new video that features subtitles.

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[Bonus] FAQs about Adding Subtitles to Videos

In this part, I have collected and picked up the top 5 frequently asked questions on the Internet about video subtitles for your reference. You can check them one by one as follows:

1. Is it possible to add subtitles online?

There are browser-based apps that help users add subtitles online usually for free. While this may seem like a good option, it is worth noting that these online apps usually require you to upload the entire video which may take a long time depending on the video size and your internet connection. Also, after the operation is complete, there is no way to guarantee the file you will download is safe.

2. Is there any app to add subtitles to video?

Yes. There are several apps available to help you add subtitles to a video on your mobile device.

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3. How long does it take to subtitle a video?

How long it takes to subtitle a video will depend a lot on the method you are using. If you are using Filmora Video Editor and are able to find the subtitle files online, it shouldn’t take more than a few minutes. However, if you are manually subtitling either using a QWERTY keyboard or a steno machine it will take considerably longer up to weeks.

4. Is it easy to add subtitles in Premiere?

Adobe’s Premiere line of products is geared towards professionals and experienced videographers. Adding subtitles using Premiere may be challenging especially for first-time users. The software is also quite large taking up huge space on the hard drive and is also very resource-intensive which means It might not work well, if at all, on older or lower spec computers.

5. Is it possible to add subtitles in iMovie or Windows Movie Maker?

Yes. With a little creativity, it is possible to add subtitles in iMovie and Windows Media Maker, but both programs do not have dedicated features for specifically adding subtitles to videos.

Sum up

Now, you’ve learned how to add subtitles to video with Filmora Video Editor. Very easy, right?

you also know the possible solutions to put subtitle to a video online or using apps in the above content.

Then, which program are you ready to try first?

If you still have no clear answer about it, I’d like to recommend you to start the editing from the Filmora Video Editor or Filmroa Video Editor for Mac.

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