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Description

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 do 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. Before you buy this app, you can email a sample file to 110690966@qq.com to check if it is supported. When you find your format is not supported, or the subtitle file is not working in SRT Converter, before you leave a negative review, please send email to us. We'll fix it as soon as possible. Thank you very much.

You can even challenge us on subtitle converting by sending sample files to 110690966@qq.com. Any subtitle formats are welcome.

Important notice: Don't try to convert Word, Excel files. Export Word, excel or other document to pure text file, then use SRT Converter to convert between different formats.


Hundreds of subtitle formats supported. Please try any subtitle format. If it doesn't work, please send the email to helloliubin@gmail.com
—SRT, Subrip
—STL files, (EBU STL is NOT supported)
—STL, Spruce Subtitle File
—SUB, Subviewer 1.0 & 2.0(Picture based SUB are NOT supported)
—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
—VTT, WebVTT
—TXT, Quicktime Text
-MPL, Mplayer2
-ITT, Apple iTunes Timed Text
ABC iView
Adobe Encore
Advanced Sub Station Alpha
AQTitle
Avid
CapMaker Plus (*.cap, binary)
Captionate
Cavena890 (*.890, binary)
Cheetah Caption (*.cap, binary)
CCTV Subtitle Sequence File (xml)
D-Cinema (Cinecanvas, both interop and smpte)
Dvd Studio Pro
Dvd Subtitle
EBU Subtitling data exchange format (*.stl, binary)
F4 (several variations)
Flash xml
Json (two variations, for use with JavaScript)
MicroDvd
MPlayer2
OpenDvt
PAC (*.pac, binary)
Pinnacle Impression
QuickTime Text
RealTime Text
Scenarist
Sony DVD Architect
Sub Station Alpha
SubViewer 1.0
SubViewer 2.0
Sami (*.smi)
Son (*.son, import only)
Subtitle Editor Project
Timed Text 1.0 (*.xml), also know as TTML or DFXP
Timed Text Draft (*.xml)
TMPlayer
TTXT
TurboTitle
Ulead Subtitle Format
Ultech (*.cap, binary, only read)
UTX
WebVTT
YouTube Annotations
YouTube Sbv
Zero G
Xml
Csv

What’s New

Version 2.2.5

Remove VTT format redundant lines

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

DCvideoeditor ,

Works well except for large batches

It works fast and the files function as they should. A couple of negative things: the file name is always appended, which is annoying - and you have to set the output on every single file. I wish that you could change the default settings or preferences. When doing large batches this is tedious work. It would be great if the top output setting was the default for everything below that is added, at least.

FCPXJim ,

Works with FCPX export

My need was specific - I had a short production in FCPX into which I had imported a .scc file from a transcription service. But I had 4 versions of the video: each the same except for a different 1 minute ending for each. I needed an .srt file for the client for their use on Facebook.

Rather than pay the transcription service to do each separately, in FCPX I was able to copy and paste the caption file that was the same to each variation, add the captions for the short custom ending, then export an .itt file from FCPX.

This app opened the .itt file, then flawlessly converted it to .srt. I renamed the file name to meet Facebook requirements, and it was ready to go.

I had spent an hour searching for a solution, and not even my transcription service could offer a solution other than re-doing the same captioning work mulitple times.

SRT Converter worked for me.

EditingFX ,

If you do subtitles, you probably need this app

Reported a small bug and the developer IMMEDIATELY got an update out the door! Spectacular customer service.

I use SimonSays AI CC transcription service which only outputs SRT and needed to convert to SMI for my client. This app solved my problem. And I’m set to convert to an insane number of other CC formats.

A useful tool that works great at a reasonable price with a responsive developer - what more can you ask for?

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.