Hardcode subtitles into Chinese (Cantonese) videos

Chinese (Cantonese) videos: Hardcode subtitles with Sonix

Accurately convert your Chinese (Cantonese) videos to text using Sonix's advanced automated transcription. Then, easily split the Chinese (Cantonese) text based on character count. With a click, our servers will hardcode your customized subtitles into the Chinese (Cantonese) video.

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Thousands of customers use Sonix to hardcode Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles 💖

  • Google uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • Microsoft uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • NBC Universal uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • ESPN uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • Stanford University uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • Yale University uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • ABC News uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • Quartz uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • CNBC uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • CIBC uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos
  • Clemson University uses Sonix's accurate, automated transcription platform to hardcode subtitles into their Chinese (Cantonese) videos

How do I hardcode subtitles into my Chinese (Cantonese) videos? 😖

It's easy to hardcode Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles into your Chinese (Cantonese) videos with Sonix

Follow these six simple steps to hardcode subtitles from your Chinese (Cantonese) video:

  • Step 1

    Upload your Chinese (Cantonese) video

    Create a free Sonix trial account  and choose the Chinese (Cantonese) video file from your computer that you want transcribed.

  • Step 2

    Click transcribe

    Please make sure that you select “Chinese (Cantonese)” as the language spoken before clicking the “Transcribe” button.

  • Step 3

    Split into subtitles

    You’ll receive a Chinese (Cantonese) transcript in a few minutes based on the length of your video. Click “Split subtitles” from the Subtitles menu. Then, Sonix will split the subtitles by line or by character count automatically for you.

  • Step 4

    Polish Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles

    Names and other proper nouns might be misspelt by our algorithms, please spend a few minutes making these minor corrections and adjusting the timestamps.

  • Step 5

    Customize Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles

    Select “Customize subtitles” from the Subtitles menu. Then, easily customize the subtitle positioning, subtitle font size, subtitle font colors, and subtitle background options for your Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles.

  • Step 6

    Hardcode Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles

    Select “Burn-in” from the Subtitles menu. Our powerful video encoding servers will hardcode your customized Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles into your Chinese (Cantonese) video.

    Or, if you'd like to have the SRT/VTT files, you can click “Export” and easily download them from Sonix's editor.

Wasn't that really easy? You’ve hardcoded Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles into your Chinese (Cantonese) video in minutes, not hours. With the Sonix platform, burning in your subtitles is fast, accurate, and easy.

How long will it take to hardcode subtitles into my Chinese (Cantonese) videos?

Sonix uses the most cutting-edge transcription algorithms to transcribe your Chinese (Cantonese) videos in minutes. Then, you'll have to do a bit of fine-tuning for your subtitles. Finally, it takes minutes to hardcode those subtitles into your Chinese (Cantonese) videos.

Depending on the length of your video and the amount of clean-up and fine-tuning, you should be done with the whole process in under an hour.

Can I export my cleaned-up subtitles to different file formats?

Yes, you can export your subtitles! You don't need to hardcode your subtitles into your Chinese (Cantonese) video, but you can easily export your subtitles or captions to two of the most popular formats: Subrip subtitle file (.srt) or Chinese (Cantonese) WebVTT file (.vtt).

Export your Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles to SRT

Export your Chinese (Cantonese) subtitles to VTT

I have a lot of Chinese (Cantonese) video files, what filetypes can I upload to Sonix?

That's great! Sonix accepts most popular video file formats including *.mov and *.mp4 formats. Here's how Sonix can help you convert these file types into subtitles:

Create subtitles from Chinese (Cantonese) *.mov video files

Create subtitles from Chinese (Cantonese) *.mp4 video files

Best way to hardcode subtitles into your Chinese (Cantonese) videos 🚀

Sonix automatically transcribes and translates your audio and video files in over 38 languages. Easily search, edit, and share your media files. Hardcode subtitles into your Chinese (Cantonese) video files with the most accurate automated transcription software online. Sonix makes hardcoding subtitles really easy with our advanced speech-to-text editor. Fast, accurate, and affordable. Millions of users from all over the world.

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