How To Edit Subtitles In Movies On Linux With Aegisub

How To Edit Subtitles In Movies On Linux With Aegisub

Many video players support loading subtitle files alongside video files, even on Linux. However, it’s much better to add subtitles directly to the video file. Going this route ensures that no matter what program plays your video file, the subtitles will always be present. When it comes to importing subtitles into video files on Linux, there’s no better choice than Aegisub. It can work with a multitude of different video file codecs and subtitle formats. Better yet, it comes with a graphical editor that allows users to edit subtitles in movies in real time.

I noticed recently the online YouTube editor has done away with the annotations/titling overlay so this may be one of solving that problem by embedding the titles directly onto the video.

See https://www.addictivetips.com/ubuntu-linux-tips/edit-subtitles-in-movies-linux-aegisub/


How To Edit Subtitles In Movies On Linux With Aegisub
How To Edit Subtitles In Movies On Linux With Aegisub

Reshare Article To