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add subtitles from an .ass or .srt file to my MP4 video

In usual, one of the first things you will do before watching a movie is to add subtitles, I would like to add subtitles from an .ass or .srt file to my MP4 video, what can i do?

Best Answer:

with the help of Brorsoft Video Converter Ultimate, a powerful software that can help you embed subtitles to MP4 movies easily and quickly.

Overall, it is a powerful all-in-all video tool, which can both
convert videos in all popular formats and customize subtitles for your
movies. With it, you can add and load external subtitles(*.srt and
*.ass, *.ssa) to MP4 effortlessly. It can not only attach subtitles to
MP4, but also supports many other video formats, like AVI, MKV, WMV,
etc. What’s more, it also helps you 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
movies. For Mac users, please turn to Brorsoft iMedia Converter for Mac.

Here is the guide: http://www.ilifecentral.com/add-subtitles-from-an-ass-or-srt-file-to-my-mp4-video.html
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