SRT files are videos’ subtitle files, storing dialogue and commentary form videos including movies and television shows. SRT subtitle files are so useful that they can be usually embedded into videos to help viewers understand the videos better. And also, burning SRT to DVD is a great demand in the current market.
In most of cases, people can get some awesome foreign movies without the subtitles. At this time, they may want to add their own language subtitles and burn to DVD for viewing on their big-screen televisions etc. It’s indeed great idea to enhance the viewing experience but getting a SRT file to a DVD is also relatively difficult.
You are lucky here if you want to add SRT to DVD. In this article, I mainly show you how to add SRT files to videos in almost any format and convert to DVDs. You can do it all in one app with a few simple clicks.
What you need:
1. Videos files that you want to add SRT and burn to DVD.（eg: AVI, MP4, MKV etc）
2. SRT subtitle files you download from the internet
3. A tool to help you add SRT to DVD — Video Converter
Download and install this professional SRT to DVD converter, and then follow the guide step by step. Note this guide is on the basis of Windows OS. For Mac users, you can refer to Mac Users’ Guide.
1 Import video files that you want to add SRT subtitles
First, launch this app after installation. Then, you need to import the video that you want to add SRT subtitles and burn to DVD. Just go to “Burn” tab>”Add Files” from the main menu to browse your computer and import your wanted video files. Alternatively, directly drag the target files to the program.
2 Add SRT to DVD
Click the “Edit” button on each video bar to open its editing window, where you need to hit the “Subtitle” tab. Now, you’ve entered to its subtitle-editing interface. Just open the drop-down preview window to import the SRT subtitle files you want from your computer. At last, hit “OK” to confirm it.
Note: Before DVD burning, you’d better to preview the effect first. Press the “Play” button in the Preview widow on the right side of the interface.
3 Select DVD menu and burn to DVD
Click the "Change Template" button and then you have option to select your favorite DVD menu, set background music and add background picture etc. hit “More” at the bottom of the "Change Template" pane to do some optional settings like “NTSC” or "PAL" etc. When everything is done, click the “Burn” to burn SRT to DVD.
Note: Before that, you need to insert a blank DVD5 or DVD9 disc first.