How Can I Add Subtitles to DVD on Mac (macOS High Sierra Included)

Wanna create a DVD using your own video clips? Would you also like to add subtitles to DVDs or captions so that no one misses out on the action? You'll need subtitle files for your DVD of course. However, you still need a good DVD creator which can create your videos to DVD and add subtitles to it.

Best Tool to Add Subtitles to a DVD on Mac

iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe for Mac is a useful video tool with a user-friendly interface which helps you convert video, edit video, burn DVD and more. With the newest version, you can even add subtitles to DVD or video files for getting better entertainment. You can edit and merge your videos into one continuous file and add DVD menu, subtitle, set the aspect ratio to 16:9 or 4:3 etc. With a intuitive user interface, you are able to burn your own masterpiece with your subtitles with ease.

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3 Steps to Add Subtitles to a DVD with iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe for Mac

Step 1. Load Source Files

Launch the iMedia Converter and then drag your videos directly to the app from your folders on Mac. You can import several files into the app for burning or converting. If you wanna merge several video clips, you can drag one to the program first and then drag others to the video info bar for merging. To burn videos to DVD, you should go to "Burn" tab and import DVD files first.

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Step 2. Add Subtitle

On the video info bar, you will see a "Subtitle" box next to the video’s Thumbnail. Click it and choose “Load Subtitle” to load your subtitle file. To preview subtitles, you need to click the "Edit" button to open the "Video Editing" dialog and go to "Subtitle" tab. There you can also make changes to the added subtitles. Compatible subtitle file formats: SRT, ASS and SSA.

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Step 3. Burn to DVD

After adding subtitles into your video files, you now can go on to burn the videos with subtitles to DVD. Click the "Burn" button at bottom. Of course, you're highly recommended to preview the subtitle to see whether it's what you want. If not, return to change it.

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