Subtitle Factory is a simple and easy-to-use editor for subtitles. It provides you to embed editable subtitle text data as subtitle track language-by-language into your movies. NOT burn text on video frames. Movie players read the subtitle track and show them on the screen. The subtitle track format is defined by QuickTime Movie (mov) and MP4 specification. You can turn on-off them and can choose one language of subtitles to show in QuickTime Player, iTunes, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV and more movie players supported the subtitle track format.
■ Key Features
- Easy to edit subtitle text and start time
- Set subtitle style (color, bold, underline, italic) text-by-text
Cannot set a font and a background color
- Place subtitles at top or bottom
- Create multiple subtitle tracks by languages
- Create subtitles by importing SRT file
- Export subtitles to SRT file
Cannot open nor edit SRT files
- Fast lossless saving without re-encoding audio and video
■ Supported Formats
- QuickTime movie (mov)
- MP4 file (mp4, m4v)
But the app cannot open/play the following files.
- Files which QuickTime Player cannot open
- Files which require any conversion or codec components in QuickTime Player
- Protected video/audio files (e.g. Movies, TV Shows downloaded from iTunes Store or TV app)
■ Sample Movie
Please visit Subtitle Factory support website. You can download a sample movie included English, French, German, Japanese and Korean subtitle tracks added by Subtitle Factory. And you can see the user guide and more information!
- Closed Caption Track is not supported
- Please backup your data before using this app, just in case an unexpected error occurs.
・Added support for changing skip time amount
・Added support for Time Bar Preview
・Added support for Find and Replace
・Fixed an issue where the Inspector may always be foreground even the app is background on macOS Big Sur
Ratings and Reviews
Very good so far...
I occasionally add captions to videos for work but had the hardest time finding a subtitle editor that had working keyboard shortcuts and didn't have the "cross platform look". Subtitle Factory works intuitively enough that I was able to dive adding captions immediately and export the .srt file seamlessly. Time will tell how well this app holds up to regular use, but its well worth the money so far.
Two things I'd like to see in the future: 1) Automatically stop the video when using the "Insert Subtitle" keyboard shortcut (currenlty have to stop the video before the shortcut will work), and 2) Add a waveform viewer to scrub through the video and more accurately align the audio with the subtitle text.
Basic, but well-built app; perfect for the price
I needed a basic app for adding subtitles and didn't really like the look of the cross-platform open source stuff that seemed to be common, so I bought this to give it a shot. I was quite impressed it's a well-built, native app that has everythign you need for basic subtitle editing.
It also seems to be well-supported as it was very quickly updated for Mojave, even including dark mode.
It seems to have solid support for multiple tracks and metadata, but I haven't used it extensively. I also didn't actually edit the video file; I just exported the SRT and then hard-coded with ffmpeg myself separately.
Solid Piece of Software
Downloaded this program to create a .SRT file. Need to get a video up on Youtube with subtitles quickly and this did the trick.
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- YUJI MIMORI
- 2.4 MB
- Photo & Video
- Requires macOS 10.13 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2021 Yuji MIMORI
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.