You can convert your SRT subtitles files into VTT, quickly and easily. Upload your .srt file and save it as VTT. You can even create new subtitles files automatically, using our captioning or subtitle tool—from audio and video, then download them as SRT and VTT files. Hard-code or burn your subtitles to your video so they will automatically display on VLC and other media players.
Click on ‘Choose Subtitle File’ and select your SRT file from your folders or Library. You will be taken to VEED’s Subtitles Page.
When your file is uploaded, click on Options. Choose VTT from the dropdown. VEED will automatically convert your SRT file into VTT.
Click on the Download button beside the dropdown menu. Your VTT file will be saved to your device.
If you don’t have an SRT file ready, you can generate subtitles automatically from any audio/video. Just upload your audio or video and use our automatic captioning tool. Click on Subtitles and select Auto Subtitles. Download the subtitles as an SRT or VTT file. If you do have an SRT file, you can convert it into VTT using the same tool, without downloading any new software. It works right in your browser!
VEED can help you translate your subtitles into over 100 languages. Download multiple VTT files, in multiple languages, to make your content accessible to all audiences. On the same Subtitles Page, click on Translate on the top menu. Click on ‘Add a language and select your preferred language. Click on translate and download the transcript! You can open your subtitles file in any text editor software.
VEED’s super-fast online auto-transcription and subtitle conversion service features 95% accuracy. You may need or want to make some edits to the transcription but it only takes a few minutes compared to manually typing it. It is incredibly more affordable than other services. You can visit our pricing page for more information.
Yes, and it’s super easy with VEED! Here’s how:
1. Upload your SRT file to VEED.
2. Go to Subtitles from the left menu and click on Options. Select VTT from the dropdown.
3. Click on the download button.
While the two are both subtitle files, there is an important distinction between a VTT and an SRT. With a VTT file, you can do text formatting—meaning you can change the positions of text and other rendering options when you edit it.
SRT means SubRip Text. It is a plain text file that contains captions or subtitles. The file includes the time stamp information or where each line of text will be displayed throughout the video.
Most media players like VLC can open SRT files when you include them in your video. It is also compatible with Windows Media Player and YouTube videos.
Just click on Translate once you’ve uploaded your subtitle file and select your desired language. It’s that easy!
VEED can do so much more than just convert your subtitle files to different formats. Apart from converting your SRT to VTT, you can auto-generate subtitles directly from audio or a video file. Plus, you will have access to all of VEED’s video editing tools. Edit your videos to make them look professional. Add filters, camera effects, and more. You can also add images, audio, stickers, and drawings to your video. And all functions are available to use straight from your browser!
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