How to Add Subtitles to Videos

As a quite common file container, AVI now has been widely used to save media data and AVI files can be found online and offline. Many movies now are saved in AVI, with or without subtitles. Yes, subtitle, an important part of movies, can help you to understand the movie better, especially when you watch foreign movies. And if your movies haven’t subtitles, you can also add subtitles to AVI movies with ease. So how? Here you will get the answer:

Best Solution for Adding Subtitles to AVI Videos

Useful Tool to Add Subtitles to AVI Videos

iMedia Converter Deluxe for Mac (Windows version) is a professional video tool with intuitive interface which helps you to convert video, edit video and more. The subtitle customization provided enables you to add subtitles or choose from the original subtitles in conversions. By the way, this program has a broad format support which enables you to convert videos in AVI, MP4, FLV, MKV, MOV etc. that’s to say, if you wanna add subtitles to a movie in a format which doesn’t support subtitle, like FLV, you can use the Mac Converter to convert the video to AVI, MKV or other proper format and add subtitles to the video.

How to Add Subtitles to AVI Videos

Useful Tool to Add Subtitles to AVI Videos

Step 1. Load the AVI files to the program

Directly drag and drop the source AVI files to the Mac app. Batch conversions are supported, so you are able to add several video files for converting.

Useful Tool to Add Subtitles to AVI Videos

Step 2. Add subtitle to AVI files

On the video info bar, you will see a subtitle box besides the thumbnail of the video, click it to get a dropdown menu where you can click “Load Subtitle” to add your sub file. The supported subtitles files are srt, ass and ssa files.

Useful Tool to Add Subtitles to AVI Videos

Step 3. Set the output format

By default, the Video Converter for Mac configures MP4 as the output format, So as to keep your file format, you can open the format list and reset “AVI” as your file format.

Step 4. Finish the subtitle task

Click the “Convert” button and let the Mac app finish the rest automatically.

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