Submerge hardcoded subtitles for Mac

The easiest and fastest way to permanently burn hardcoded subtitles to your movies and tv-shows.

With Submerge you can easily add hardcoded subtitles to your movies and tv-shows. The subtitled movie will play on almost anything, like your computer, smartphone, portable device or game console. Submerge supports many text-based subtitle formats as input and you can export the subtitled movie for the most common devices in just one click. Now with a batch exporting feature as well. Submerge also has a built-in subtitle search tool that makes finding and downloading the right subtitles a breeze. It also has a fullscreen player built-in, so you can watch the subtitled movie directly within Submerge.

Submerge hardcoded subtitles for Mac

Main features

  • Add hardcoded subtitles to almost any video file without the need for extra system extensions or plug-ins.
  • Doesn’t depend on QuickTime.
  • Automatically loads and displays embedded subtitles or subtitles from external files.
  • Support for many subtitle formats like srt, sub, itt, stl ass/ssa and vtt.
  • Supports styling tags in subtitle files like italic, bold underlined and font color.
  • Supports cue settings in WebVTT files to handle the position and alignment of the subtitles.
  • Fully customizable subtitle display (font, size, color, shadows, etc).
  • Automatically finds metadata online to tag your movie.
  • Detailed movie inspector for all those nitty gritty details.
  • Many export presets built-in for poplar devices from Apple, Sony, Microsoft and so on.
  • Batch export queue built right in.
  • FFmpeg encoding for fastest possible exports.
  • Force aspect ratio to 16:9, 4:3 or 3:2 to use your monitor space more efficiently.
  • Fullscreen player built-in (of course).
  • Support for macOS Mojave and Dark Mode.
  • 64-bit native.

NOTE! Submerge cannot add hardcoded subtitles to movies or tv-shows purchased or rented in the iTunes store due to DRM protection.

What’s new in Submerge 3

  • Re-written from the ground up using modern OS X technologies.
  • Doesn’t depend on QuickTime.
  • No need for extra system extensions or plug-ins to open and add subtitles to your movies.
  • 64-bit native.
  • Batch export queue.
  • Exports into more formats like AVI and WebM.
  • Improved the built-in subtitle search engine. Really easy to use.
  • Metadata tagging for iTunes and iDevices. Artwork as well.
  • Support for more than two subtitles lines and smarter wrapping.
  • Optional “Title Safe Area” for old TV sets and professionals.

Download & buy

Buy Submerge hardcoded subtitles on Mac App Store here.

1 thought on “Submerge hardcoded subtitles for Mac”

  1. I bought this from the Mac store to convert .idx and .sub files for some Japanese movies.

    However it doesn’t work! Says that it cannot recognise the format of the .sub file.

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