Subtitling Formats

USA Dubs offer a vast range of services, working with numerous subtitling and video formats. In addition, our subtitles work to comply with client specified and industry guidelines, producing top quality subtitles with fast turnaround times and at affordable subtitling prices.


Common Subtitling formats

.srt (SubRip Subtitling): This file does not contain video data. It is a text file and is widely used file format.

.vtt (WebVTT ): stands for 'web video text tracks' and accommodates for text formatting, rendering options and positioning.

STL: stands for 'Spruce Subtitle File' and is primarily used for DVD Studios Pro software.

.ttml (TTML): stands for 'Timed Text Mark-up Language' and is used for delivering subtitles for television content re-purposed for the web.

.cap (CAP): This file format is used in video editing systems. It is widely used for encoding and broadcast media.

Other file formats: LambdaCAP, MacCaption (.mcc), Quick Timed Text (.qt.txt), DFXP (.dfxp), Avid DS Subtitle File (.txt)



Embedding Subtitles on to a Video File

At USA Dubs, we have a team of experts who will help you from the beginning to the end of your subtitling processes. The process includes burning subtitles to the video file or giving you a sidecar file or burning subtitles to your video files. We work diligently and employ flexibility to accommodate all of your subtitling and captioning needs.


USA Dubs Quality Subtitling Services have improved access to adults & children’s opportunities of education and E- Learning for communities, across borders and nations. USA Dubs is committed to enabling access to education services improving success rates and outcomes.


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