How to Permanently Add Subtitles To a Video or Movie Using VLC


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In this video, I'm going to show you how you can permanently add subtitles to your videos or movies using VLC. Hi, my name is David from where we believe you should never stop learning. In a previous video, I showed you how can do this using Handbrake. Now let's look at what you need. You need VLC, which is a free media player that is available for Windows, Linux, macOS, Unix, iOS, and Android. For this tutorial, I'm going to be doing this process using VLC for Windows. You also need a your video file - that is the video file you want to embed or permanently burn the subtitles to. And I have a couple of subtitles here. .ass, which is an alpha substation subtitle file, and an SRT file- different languages for this one, and the last one, they both ASS, but different styles and backgrounds. So what we're going to do is you're going to fire up VLC. Just open up VLC. So VLC is open up and all you need to do is just click on Media and then go to convert or save.