iSubtitle 3

Soft subtitled movies with metadata for your Apple gear.
Inject subtitle tracks, chapter markers and metadata into your movies and TV-shows. The perfect companion app for your iTunes library and all your Apple devices, like the iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV and Mac. iSubtitle takes full advantage of Apple's soft subtitle technology.
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Perfect Horizon
Straighten and rotate your videos like a champ
Hardcoded subtitles for all your needs
Audio Playr
Audio playback, playlists and export simplified
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  • Launch
    Straighten and rotate your videos just like you are used to do with photos in the Photos app. You can even do it from within the Photos app using the included extension. Available on macOS and iOS so that you can work your videos where it suits you best.
  • Launch

    Submerge is a macOS app that helps you hardcode, ie "burn" subtitles into a video track so that the subtitles will be permanently visible when watching the video. More info at the Submerge homepage.

  • Launch

    Audio Playr is a handy tool to play, arrange and export almost any file that contains audio. It can handle almost anything you throw at it, as long as the file contains audio in some form. Everything from odd audio formats to movie file containers and you can export everything back to AAC or Apple Lossless.

  • Launch

    Super-easy to use. Completely free. Just drag and drop a movie file onto Submarine and it will quickly find subtitles in your preferred language. Download or send the subtitles directly to Playr, Submerge or iSubtitle. Boom. Done.

  • Launch

    Turn your MPEG-4 movies into sleek animated GIF's in no time. GIF'ted will analyze your source movie colours to make the best looking GIF's ever. Or use a classic palette from Gameboy or SNES for example to produce wacky and fun results. You can also trim and crop the output GIF to fit your needs.