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    Hello to all.

    I added subtitles to a song with Subtitle Edit but when I try to export the video with the burned subtitles only exports the srt. files. What are I missing? Do I have to use an encoder or something like that? How does exactly work?
    Thank you very much in advance.
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  2. Subtitle Edit, as the name suggests, edits subtitles so you will need to use a video encoder to burn them into your video. Something like Handbrake can do this.
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  3. It's like davejavu says:
    Q: Can Subtitle Edit add the subtitles to the video file?
    A: No, Subtitle Edit cannot do this - but one or more of the 100+ output formats should work. Use either File -> Save as... for text based formats or File -> Export... for binary/image-based formats.
    There are two ways of adding subtitles into the video file - hardcoding (cannot be turned off ever, so this might be a bad idea) or embedding (only for some formats like mkv, mp4).
    Read more about adding subtitles to video or perhaps a tutorial called Using Handbrake to Burn in Subtitles from MKV to MP4 for Apple TV.
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