Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I convert my subtitles?
Depending on the platform that you will be using, you might need to use a different subtitle file format. For example, Vimeo and Wistia only accept SRT (SubRip) for their subtitles and captions.
What are the best subtitle formats?
The most popular (and widely accepted) caption formats are SRT and WebVTT. Accepted closed caption file formats vary depending on which site you’re using to host your videos. Vimeo lists WebVTT as its preferred format, but also accepts SRT files. YouTube and Facebook also accept SRT formats.
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