Add and Burn Subtitles to 1080P X264 MKV Video Permanently
If you need subtitles on your movies, you can always find them on the Blu-ray, but if you’re ripping, downloading, or streaming, things get a bit tougher. For example, people likes to rip Blu-ray to 1080p xh264 MKV for convenient taking, streaming and disc protection, which perhaps leads the subtitle loss. If you want subtitle again, you need to re-rip Blu-ray with subtitle selected. A little be troublesome, right? Here’s how to hard burn subtitles to 1080p xh264 MKV video easily, regardless of where you’re getting them.
There are many software that allows people to embed subtitles to videos, like Handbrake. However, Handbrake only supports to add soft subtitles to your 1080P X264 MKV, or MP4/AVI/WMV/FLV video and DVD video. Only few program can hard burn external subtitle to videos including 1080P X264 MKV Video from Blu-ray or downloaded. Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate <Mac version> was the only one I was able to test and know 100% it worked in hard burning subtitles to videos. It supports various video to input, another mean is that you can use it embed hard subtitle to your 1080P X264 MKV video, MP4 video, AVI video, FLV video, H.265 video, even Blu-ray/DVD video (unique feature comparing with competitors).
What’s more, if your 1080P X264 MKV Video comes from Blu-ray/DVD, you can avoid the subtitle missing with this program cause you can select desired subtitle track when your original disc-based content has multiple subtitle tracks and you also can keep forced subtitle in DVD and Blu-ray ripping. It also has many other functions such as video transcoding, audio transform, extracting audio from video, video editing, etc. You can learn them in the review and we would save words here.
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How to hard burn subtitle to 1080p xh264 MKV video?
Note: The steps are suitable for both Windows and Mac products while the snapshots are Windows application.
Step 1： Download right subtitle for your 1080p xh264 MKV video from subtitle sites. Popular subtitle sites have:
Step 2: Run Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate and import your 1080p xh264 MKV video videos to it by clicking the “Add video” icon or you can just drag and drop the video to the interface the app to input the video. If you have some MP4, AVI, FLV, etc video, needing to add subtitle, just import the video in.
Step 3. Click “Edit” or the pencil icon to switch to the editing interface, where you can find multiple editing functions and “Subtitle” is just one of them. Click the “Subtitle” tab and check the “Enable” box to allow you to add SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles to MKV videos. Then Click “Browse” to find and import the downloaded SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles.
Kindly note: Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate only supports SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles, and make sure that the subtitle file and your MKV video files are kept in the same folder sharing the same name. If you want to change the output format while adding subtitle to MKV video, you can select “Format” and choose your desired format to output.
Step 4. Go back to the main UI and click “Convert” to start hard burning SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles to your x264 MKV videos. Just wait for several minutes, the process will ends and you will get MKV videos with hard subtitles.
Sometimes, you probably need to extract subtitle from your Blu-ray/DVD movies. When you have the need, you can use Pavtube ByteCopy for Windows/Mac. It can extract srt subtitle from Blu-ray/DVD discs, Blu-ray/DVD folder, Blu-ray/DVD ISO images. It also can convert Blu-ray to SD/HD MKV, lossless MKV, multi-track MP4/MOV/AVI with desired subtitle, forced subtitle. Learn more about Pavtube ByteCopy,please read ByteCopy review.
ByteCopy($42) + Video Converter Ultimate($65) = Only $79.9, Save $27.1
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