How to create Malay subtitles

Accurately and easily create Malay subtitles

Sonix can convert your video to Malay subtitles in less than 5 minutes. We extract the speech from your video and help you create Malay subtitles in minutes. Sonix is the most accurate automated transcription and translation service.

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500,000+ customers create subtitles with Sonix đź’–

  • Google uses Sonix's automated transcription to create Malay subtitles
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  • NBC Universal uses Sonix's automated transcription to create Malay subtitles
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How do I create Malay subtitles? đź“‹

Creating subtitles in Malay is easy

Follow these 5 easy steps to quickly create Malay subtitles:

  • Step 1

    Log in to your Sonix account

    Sign up for a free Sonix trial account—includes 30 minutes of free Malay subtitle creation.

  • Step 2

    Select video file to upload

    In Sonix, click “Upload” and choose the video file you want to convert to Malay subtitles.

  • Step 3

    Click transcribe

    Choose the language spoken and then hit the “Transcribe” button.

  • Step 4

    Polish Malay subtitles

    You’ll receive a transcript in less than 5 minutes and you can polish, translate, and adjust using the Sonix in-browser subtitle editor

  • Step 5

    Export Malay subtitles

    Click export and choose the format that you'd like your subtitles either Malay Subrip subtitle file (.srt) or Malay WebVTT file (.vtt)

That’s it. You’re done. You’ve downloaded your Malay subtitles created from your video in less than 5 minutes.

Why are Malay subtitles important?

Accessibility is a right, not a privilege. Subtitles are an easy way to help people with hearing disabilities. Not only that, subtitles provide a better experience for those where Malay is a second language and they also allow viewers to follow along the content in sound-sensitive environments.

What is the easiest way to create Malay subtitles?

First, upload your video file to Sonix. Sonix’s cutting-edge speech-to-text algorithms will automatically transcribe it for you. Then, after you've polished it up and translated it, you can just export the subtitle file.

Create SRT files from your Malay video files

Create VTT files from your Malay video files

What if I have a specific video file format, how can I create subtitles?

Don't worry at all. Sonix can help you! We accept a lot of video file formats including the popular *.avi and *.mp4 formats. Here's how Sonix can help you convert these file types into subtitles:

How to create subtitles from *.avi files

How to create captions from *.mp4 files

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Sonix automatically transcribes and translates your audio and video files in over 37 languages. Easily search, edit, and share your media files. Sonix uses the latest translation and transcription models to make your Malay subtitle creation process fast, easy and fun. Fast, accurate, and affordable. Millions of users from all over the world.

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