SRT is perhaps the most basic of all subtitle formats. This format is supported by most software video players and subtitle creation programs. The time format used is hours:minutes:seconds:milliseconds, with the milliseconds field precise to three decimal places. If your video doesn’t include any subtitles, you can add a .srt file to this video folder, then you will be able to get a video with subtitles by converting this video using Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate which as the Top Video SRT Subtitle Adder.
Want to know how to add SRT subtitles in TS movie files? Here, we will show you an example on how to add an external .srt file to an .mp4 video:
Step 1 : Edit a .srt file
You can either download a .srt file from website and then modify it, or create .srt format subtitles totally on your own.
To make .srt format subtitles,
you can follow below steps:
1. Open Notepad, WordPad or other text editor.
2. Edit subtitles shown as below:
Notes: SRT consists of four parts, all in text.
a. A number indicating which subtitle it is in the sequence.
b. The time that the subtitle should appear on the screen, and then disappear.
c. The subtitle itself.
d. A blank line indicating the start of a new subtitle.
Step 2 : Save subtitles to .srt format.
In Notepad, please click menu File->Save As, change file name to “xxx.srt”, set “Save as type” to “All Files”, and then set “Encoding” to “ANSI” or “UTF-8”.
1. Save .srt file as “ANSI” if using English subtitles.
2. Save .srt file as “UTF-8” if using non-English subtitles.
Step 3 : Copy .srt file to MP4 video folder, rename .srt file according to the video name.
Note: If you add more than one .srt files to the MP4 folder, you can rename the .srt file name like this: if source MP4 file name is “michael.mp4”, the .srt file names can be “michael001”, “michael002”, etc.
Maybe you want to add your desired subtitles to any format movie you have, so that the professional Video Subtitle Adder is not enough for you, here suggest you multifunctional software –Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate for you. With it, you not only can add subtitle like .srt, .ass, and .ssa to your TS files, you also can choose the language and subtitles you want from original BD/DVD and source video to display on your media devices.
If you also collected some DVDs, blu-rays or videos unable played on your devices, you can also use it to convert them to the MP4 format without quality loss. Here is review. For Mac users, iMedia Converter for Mac is a helpful app to encode videos for further usage.
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– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/
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Step 1. Import TS without subtitles
After installed this subtitle to Video Converter Ultimate (Windows 10 supported), run the program and import your TS video by dragging video to the primary windows, or by clicking “Add Video” button to locate TS video on your computer.
Step 2. Click the “Edit” to add subtitle
Before you do this step, you should have the subtitle for your movies or audio. Then click the “Edit” to choose the “Subtitle” to check “Enable” to select your Subtitle paths. After completing， hit “OK” to return to the main interface.
Step 3. Export TS video with subtitle
Now it’s time to save subtitle to TS video permanently. Firstly, choose a desired output format by clicking the “Format” option on the right side. Then, choose a video format (e.g. keep MP4 format) or device format (e.g. iPhone, iPod, iPad) to convert TS video with subtitle to a video file.
Step 4. Start to add SRT Subtitle to your TS.
After that, click the big red “Convert” to add your subtitle to your TS files. The subtitle will be written permanently on the output video.
Now, you will get a new video with subtitle embedded, and play it with a Windows 10 video player. Surely, you won’t feel annoyed when you listen to the incomprehensible dialogues in your no-subtitles TS files any more. Have Fun!