Video Subtitle Maker

Add captions directly to your videos online

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The Video Subtitle Maker helps you add captions to your videos to increase and splice up the action into awesome, sharable video clips. In just a few clicks with Kapwing, you can burn subtitles directly into your video so that they can be viewed without sound from anywhere!

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Eric LuMakerHiring@realericlu · Aspiring entrepreneur
Hey Product Hunt! We saw some crazy stats online about subtitled videos and how subtitles make a HUGE difference in the reach of videos posted on social media. E.g. 85% of videos are watched without sound! But, adding subtitles directly to a video is really hard with traditional tools. So we wanted to create an easy way to do it online. The result is the Video Subtitle Maker - you can upload a video and in just a few steps add subtitles directly to your video for free! Hope this helps with engagement on your content. Thanks for your love and support 🐱 Eric
E.B.@epidemiks
Considering the mild pain involved in manually burning in subtitles to video, this is a great idea. The output text on the demo video I just made could have been a little cleaner, but if the paid product is as clean as the intro video, I can see myself using this regularly. SRT upload would be a nice feature
Tun Karnjanakul@tunkarnjanakul · I like cool Restaurant, cafe, bars
This is cool! gonna use it! Hope it work on iOS.
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job!!😊 would love if there was an demo on how it works ??
Krishna De@krishnade · Social business & live video strategist
Congratulations @realericlu and @juliaenthoven - you guys are on a roll with Kapwing with yet another new feature - well done - I look forward to testing it - and you are right creating embedded captions in video on desktop is a challenge unless you have video editing software so what you have created will especially helpful for small businesses wanting to have video subtitles such as on Twitter and Instagram where there is no SRT import feature