26 June 2016

How to Create or Write Subtitle or Captions Using Notepad or Any Text Editor





1) Launch notepad or any text editor 


2) To Launch Notepad, press Win + R, type in Notepad and press Enter
3) To start writing the subtitle
You write the subtitle in the form
Serial Number – Number of subtitle are arranged serially
Time in the format of Hour:Minute:Seconds,Milliseconds ( You can learn how to show millisecond in a video in VLC or Using the Window Movie Maker )
Text (the spoken words then written)
For Example
1 (Serial Number)
00:00:01,400 -- > 00:00:03,200 (Time)
Hello, Good day and welcome to LatestSolution (Text for the Audio) 
Subtitle Written on Notepad

4) After Writing all the Subtitle, You save the subtitle as a .srt file extension using the UTF-8 encoding
Save Screen for Subtitle File



TIPS TO ADD
Some things can be added to the subtitle using html tags
Like for italics, the text becomes
<i> Text is Written </i>
To change font Color
<font color=”font number or color is added”> Text is written </font>
To make the text bold
<b> Text is Written </b>
Other html tags could also be added to improve the beauty and add more meaning to the subtitle.


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