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CaptionMaker allows you to import subtitles you already have, create them from scratch, or even convert closed captions to subtitles. Once you have them ready to export, there are a variety of workflows available to get the subtitles on the video.
A DVD Disc can contain up to 32 subtitle languages and a Blu-ray up to 255. CaptionMaker imports, edits and exports file formats that will import into all major DVD or Blu-ray authoring software. CaptionMaker can produce subtitles in every language, from Arabic to Zulu, using any Unicode font. This gives you a limitless list of languages from which to choose.
The simplest option for creating subtitles is to create a movie with just the subtitles that you can lay on top of your video in a non-linear editor. To do this you must export your subtitles with an alpha channel that uses the Animation codec with the Colors set to "Millions+". When you combine the subtitles with your original video in an NLE, you will be able to export with burned-in subtitles to whatever final format you need.