Unless your subtitles are hardcoded (part of the video file) into the video, adding subtitles to your videos requires an SRT file which allows you to download and then upload subtitles in your videos on platforms like YouTube, Facebook and LinkedIn.
By choosing this option, you can automatically add subtitles to your video with a simple click of a button. The video will get transcribed into subtitles and get added to the file with the correct timestamps. Remember to select the right language for your text.
If you prefer adding subtitles manually than transcribing them automatically, you can do that within the editor too. Just click on the "manual subtitle" option, select your language, and start writing the subtitles.
If you want to download subtitles for a video file you can upload the video to VEED, generate auto-subtitles, and then download the SRT subtitle file. If you want to download SRT files for movies or TV you can check a popular movie subtitles site like Subscene and Opensubtitles.
Clideo offers a selection of online tools to loop, flip, reverse and filter video clips, add subtitles, resize clips or make memes. It can also serve as a file compressor. Each tool is an individual app that runs in your web browser. As with most online services, there are limits to the file sizes you can use when you use the free version: files must be 500 MB or under. A Pro account gives you the full version and is $9 per month or $72 per year. 2b1af7f3a8