Hardcode subtitles into MP4 videos online. Easily merge your SRT and VTT files and your
videos in minutes. Customize your captions style, change the color, font, and position of your subtitles.
Embed subtitles into videos directly from your browser.
Hardcode subtitles faster using the auto-subtitle generator to automatically create your
captions with the click of a button and export the videos without losing quality.
Hardcode subtitles into MP4
Simply upload your videos, choose the captions style, and export the hardcoded subtitles
into MP4. Place the subtitles wherever you want, from the bottom to the top of your video. Customize the font
and colors ensuring readability and visual branding.
Improve engagement and accessibility embedding subtitles in your videos. Edit the text
style and location to customize the visual appearance of your video captions.
How to burn subtitles into multiple videos
Burning subtitles into your videos is a great way to enhance video engagement and accessibility. Hardcoded
subtitles are permanently added to the video file and can be viewed without a subtitle plugin or uploading an SRT or VTT file.
These subtitles are displayed regardless of the player or video host, making it easy for your audience to enjoy your videos
Some social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat do not accept SRT files, making it
necessary to use hardcoded subtitles to add captions. Unlike SRT files, hardcoded subtitles ensure perfect synchronization
between the video and subtitles, avoiding any delays or compatibility issues.
Abraia provides an easy-to-use interface and bulk video editing tools to add burn-in subtitles to your
videos. You can even use automatic translation to make your content accessible
to a wider audience. Here's how to add hardcoded subtitles to your videos:
Upload the videos and subtitles
Upload your videos in almost any format up to 30 minutes long or 1GB, directly from your phone, tablet,
laptop, or computer without installing any software. You can even upload videos directly from YouTube using the video link (URL).
Then, upload your own SRT files clicking "add media" or go to the subtitles toolbox to automatically transcribe your videos.
Revise and customize your subtitles
Proofread the subtitles to correct any mistake and format them by splitting long lines, combining short ones,
or merging multiple lines. Then, customize the look choosing legible fonts, avoiding placing the text too close to the video edges
or selecting decorative options that may be difficult to read.
Abraia provides several highly legible fonts and styles to make your subtitles look great. To ensure optimal
readability, adjust the font size, use high-contrast colors that stand out against the video background, or apply a solid background
to captions. Additionally, you can adjust the letter and line spacing to optimize the viewer experience.
Burn the subtitles into your videos
Once you are done customizing your subtitles, click on the "export" button and toggle the "burn subtitles"
option to hardcode the subtitles. Once the videos have been rendered, click "download all" to get your subtitled videos.