How to hardcode subtitles in a MXF video in 6 steps
To make your MXF videos more sharable and accessible, you might want to hardcode subtitles into the MXF video before you post them. Most social media and advertising platforms play videos without audio defaulty enabled. Thus, by hardcoding subtitles into your MXF videos, users can easily read what is being said so your marketing messages will get to their intended audiences. Plus, with Sonix's powerful subtitling customizations, you can have the subtitles match your branding.
Step-by-step guide to hardcode subtitles in a MXF video
Steps to hardcode subtitles in a MXF video file
A few years ago, to hardcode subtitles in a MXF video, you first had to type what was being said, then copy and paste each subtitle into a complicated piece of software like Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, or Avid. Then, you'd have to adjust and reposition each subtitle. Finally, you'd have to wait for the final video to render. This entire process used to take hours to complete. But now, with Sonix, you just need to follow these six simple steps and you'll hardcode subtitles into your Material Exchange Format File video in minutes. It's accurate, fast, and really easy to hardcode subtitles in a Material Exchange Format File video with Sonix.
Step 1: Start by creating a free Sonix account
Get access to the leading speech-to-text technologies by creating a free trial account with Sonix. We stand by our product and think that you'll be amazed at the accuracy of the transcription especially if you have a MXF video that has high quality audio.
Step 2: Upload your MXF video file to Sonix
Sonix will transcribe almost all video file formats including Material Exchange Format File (*.MXF) video files. Simply click on “Upload” in Sonix and navigate your computer and select the MXF files that you'd like for us to convert to text.
Step 3: Edit the automated transcript
Automated transcription isn't 100% perfect. Depending on the audio quality of your MXF video file, your automated transcript may contain a few errors. Please spend a few minutes correcting names and other proper nouns with our powerful in-browser editor.
Step 4: Split transcript into subtitles
Now, it's time to convert the transcript into subtitles. Tell us how you prefer your subtitles to be formatted and we'll automatically split your transcript for you. Just select ”Split subtitles” from the subtitle menu and we'll automatically split the transcript automatically by character count for you.
Step 5: Finetune and customize subtitles
Make small tweaks to your new subtitles to ensure that your subtitles are split correctly and evenly across different lines. You can makes tweaks so that subtitles end in a grammatically pleasant way. Be sure to use our preview feature to see what the subtitles look like when overlayed on your MXF videos.
Step 6: Burn-in subtitles and download completed MXF video
You don't need any expensive software to get the subtitles burned-into your Material Exchange Format File video. With Sonix, we'll use our servers in the cloud to automatically hardcode your subtitles into your Material Exchange Format File videos. Then, you can simply download a MXF video file in minutes after we've finished rendering it. Now, go off and share the MXF video with your friends or audience.
Hardcoding subtitles into your MXF videos is easy
Millions of users have relied on Sonix to automatically transcribe their Material Exchange Format File (*.MXF) video files. With our innovative editor, we have also helped thousands of users create subtitles and hardcode them into their MXF videos. Try Sonix today - it's free to get started.
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