【My subtitle movie】 is a movie editing application which makes it easy to add subtitles and images to your videos.
Let's watch the "tutorial video" which can be played from the top screen of the application in order to know the basic operation method.
Please be sure to select "yes" because attention will be given to the permission of access to each device the first time it starts up. If you choose "No" by mistake
[Settings application]> [Privacy]> [Photo, microphone, camera]> [My subtitle video]
Please set the setting of "ON".
*** Select a base movie.
Select the base movie from the camera button on the bottom left of the top screen.
My Album: Select a movie from My Album.
Camera: Activate the camera and shoot a movie.
*** Select the subtitle/picture to add.
Display the list from the red button at the bottom center of the top screen.
Press the character or picture button to open the edit screen.
· Start position (sec)
Specify the position where subtitles are added to the base moving picture.
Display period (seconds)
Specify the display period from the start position.
· Upper letter, lower letter (only when adding subtitles)
Enter the character to be added.
- Picture (only when adding pictures)
Select an picture to add.
· In addition, specify various attributes.
If it is OK with the contents set on the edit screen, press the save button, if you want to cancel, press the cancel button.
*** Re-edit subtitles and pictures added.
From the list on the top screen, press the edit button on the far right to open the edit screen.
*** Move, rotate, enlarge, or reduce added subtitle/picture.
From the list on the top screen, select the line you want to edit.
· When moving
Select subtitle/picture with one finger and slide to any place.
· When rotating
Roll subtitle/picture with two fingers (rotate up and down).
Or slide the lower right grip.
・ When scaling
Pinch in/out subtitles with two fingers (spread in and out).
Or slide the upper right grip.
・ When resetting
Double-tap the screen.
Or tap the upper left grip.
*** Delete added subtitle/picture.
Swipe to the left of the list on the top screen, then press the delete button.
To delete all lines at once, press the delete button.
*** Play the edited movie.
Slide the slider at the top of the top screen to the left and press the play button.
*** Save the edited video to My Album.
Press the arrow button at the bottom right of the top screen and select "Save Video".
Added the ability to paste hand-drawn pictures and letters into videos!
Open the drawing screen from [Picture > Drawing] and draw a picture using a pen, an eraser, and a shape.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Just Needs Some Improvement
So far, this is the best subtitle app I’ve come across. It allows me to actually have as many lines in a video as I want it to as well as each of them being able to be timed perfectly. This app has all of the basic needs for subtitling heightened to their best.
However, there are some important improvements I’d like to see. Particularly, being able to
• add a stroke(s) to text
• change the speed of text that transitions vertically/horizontally/diagonally
• completely duplicate specific text lines
• have a wider variety of text effects
• omit parts of text (like how Videoleap can hide some of a text box)
Please, it would be so great to see these improvements being added to this app!
I love this app so much! So reliable and makes my videos much more entertaining to watch. However, recently (since October 2019, from what I’ve noticed) it starts to crash every single time you move or add or edit a subtitle. It’s not the worst thing but it gets very annoying when you have a lot of subtitles to add. On top of that, videos don’t save. Today, I watched 9 grammarly ads in a row because they have you watch an ad before you can save a video (that much I don’t mind) but it does not even save to my camera roll anymore. I figured it had to do with the length of the video but it was only 3 minutes and 45 seconds long. These issues haven't happened if my video is about a minute long, but I don’t want to say that that exactly justifies it happening in the first place. In the two times that it did save to my camera roll, it saved without any subtitles and the audio no longer matched with the video. I got too used to this app so I won’t be ditching it anytime soon, I’d just like to know what’s wrong and if it can be fixed. :)
Great for Short Clips
Easy to use. You do not have to be fluent in any particular language. 5 Stars because it's effective and simple to use on short clips.
BUT, it won't work on a feature-length movie. There is a lot of interest out in the luminiferous ether for an app that can edit Japanese subtitles WITH FURIGANA. This provides a solution for short clips. Onto a short clip I added a subtitle object and put the main, kanji text in one of its lines (either "upper" or "lower"). Then added a new object for the furigana. Again, either the "upper" or "lower" works. The second object is necessary in order to adjust independently the font sizes and positions of the furigana and kanji. Worked great!
Next I loaded a copy of Netflix's Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories. To make the file more educationally useful, I want subtitles in furigana, kanji, and English, concurrently. Easy with this app! Easy, that is, if the 23-minute video would load into the editor. But it won't.
iMovie will load the entire show, so it's not an OS limitation.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.