How to work with subtitles in the Moovly Studio?

How to work with subtitles in the Moovly Studio?

How to edit, import, and export subtitles in the Moovly Studio.

The subtitle feature is available for Max and Enterprise users. To find out more about this subscription, please click here

Create subtitles

When you open the Moovly Studio the click subtitle button at the top:


The text field will appear on the Stage and Timeline where you can start typing subtitles. 



On the Timeline a new Subtitle clip will appear called 'Subtitles'. This will be to indicate the subtitle track on the Timeline.

To add more subtitles move the red Playhead marker to a new spot in the Timeline to add new subtitles.

The subtitles will always appear on the same place on the Stage so you don't have to worry about moving them to match. 


Add Subtitle Track

Next to Subtitles, there is a  +  icon. To add more Subtitles tracks click the + button.


On the right-hand side of the Moovly Studio, you can change the properties of your subtitles. You can adjust the font, size, and (background) color and set a language for your subtitles.

Import and export subtitles

  1. Import subtitle form: Import a subtitled form from your computer. This can either be an SRT file or a CSV file. 
  1. Export subtitle form: Here you can choose to export your typed subtitles in the Moovly Studio editor to a file on your computer. You can choose to export it as an SRT, CSV, txt, or PDF file. 

Translate subtitles

To create projects into different languages use the translate feature under 'Subtitle Properties' to convert existing subtitles with Google Translate or an XLIFF file. More details
 

Working with multiple subtitles

To move multiple subtitles all at once go to Subtitles clip and click on the two arrow symbol next to the hide icon. There are three options:
    1. Subtitle bocks not linked (default)
    2. All subtitle blocks linked: move subtitles all at once
    3. Right subtitle blocks linked: The selected subtitle and all subtitles on the right side will move together


Splitting subtitles

  1. Select the subtitle on the stage
  2. Double click to edit
  3. Click Split subtitle on Playhead  

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