SRT Extractor for Closed Caption and Subtitles


Extract closed caption and subtitles from your own video and save them to SRT files. You can extract subtitles from online DRM-free video tutorials or DRM-free educational video,like University Open Course.

SRT Extractor Website
-Mov, m4v, mp4, 3gp files are supported.
-Most video with text tracks are supported.
-Extract multiple subtitle tracks at one time.
-You can review subtitles with timecode right in the App.
-You can click on timecode to jump video playhead.
-You can download ‘FinalSRT’ to import SRT directly to Final Cut Pro 7/X
-You can download ‘SRT Edit Pro’ to edit your SRT subtitles or do retiming.
-You can download ‘Subtitle Writer’ to write the SRT subtitles to video as a tx3g text track.

Visit http://www.finalsub.com/srtextract.html to learn more before you buy it.

*Important Notice:
-Soft coded subtitle and closed caption only.
-Can’t extract hard coded subtitles or subtitles burned into video.
-Only those DRM-free or DRM removed video can be extracted.
-Subtitle track with tx3g format are all supported.
-Most closed caption embedded in c608 are supported, not all of them.

Since Closed Caption are really complex to read, please send us your video sample to helloliubin@gmail.com if you get error message.



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One Response to SRT Extractor for Closed Caption and Subtitles

  1. Jeff says:

    Hi! Is it possible to get a demo version of SRT Extractor for Closed Caption and Subtitles to make sure it works with our Quicktime files (CC=C608). Thank you! Have a nice day!

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