There are so many subtitle formats around the world. Even if just one format, there are standard and non-standard subtitle formats. How to convert all kinds of subtitle formats to other subtitle formats? How to make non-standard format standard? With SRT Converter, it’s super easy to da that. You don’t even need to know what format your subtitle file is. Just drop your subtitle file to SRT Converter and choose your target format and it’s done. It’s a super powerful Subtitle Conversion Hub.
We support the following subtitle formats now. We are going to support as many formats as possible. When you find your format is not supported, or the subtitle file is not working in SRT Converter, please send email to email@example.com. We’ll fix it as soon as possible.
–itt, iTunes Timed Text, Final Cut Pro 10.4.1 import or export itt file
—STL, Spruce Subtitle File
—SUB, Subviewer 1.0 & 2.0
—SSA, Sub Station Alpha
—ASS, Advanced Sub Station Alpha
—SCC, Scenarist closed captions
—SMI, SAMI and SAMI Modern
—TXT, Adobe Encore
—SBV, YouTube SBV
—TXT, YouTube Transcription
—XML, YouTube Annotations
—SUB, DVD Subtitles
—TXT, Quicktime Text
Things are really complicated when they comes to subtitle formats. We spend a lot of time to fix thousands of format problem, but still, there will be a lot of them which we never been to. So, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org before you leave a negative review. Thank you so much.