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Subtitles stem from a transcript or screenplay of the dialog or commentary in movies, TV shows, video games, etc, with file extensions in .srt, .sub, and .sbv. Usually displayed at the bottom of the screen, subtitles help viewers, who have hearing problems or cannot understand the language, to follow the dialog. As a result, you'll need to add subtitles of your preference while appreciating a foreign movie, unless you know the language.
First, find the subtitles online at Opensubtitles or Subscene (you have other options) by searching for the movie's name and the language you'd like. When you find suitable subtitles, make sure your MKV video and subtitles names are the same.
Then, get an effective subtitle to video converter. Brorsoft Video Converter Ultimate is the right choice. With this smart converter, you can add subtitles in .srt, .ass and .ssa to MKV videos with just a few clicks. It can not only attach subtitles to MKV, but also supports many other video formats, like AVI, MKV, MOV, WMV, etc. What's more, it also helps to set the subtitle size, subtitle style, etc according to your preference. Besides adding subtitle files to your video, it is an all-in-one program with many other functions, which enables you to edit videos, convert video, rip Blu-ray/DVD easily and quickly, etc. If you are running on Mac OS X to add external subtitles to MKV, MP4, AVI, etc, turn to Brorsoft iMedia Converter for Mac.
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