Why do we need to submit separate SRT Files?

Modified on Sat, 6 Jul at 5:06 AM

We recently switched things up and now require separate SRT files for subtitles instead of having them hard-coded into the video itself. This might seem like an extra step, but there's a good reason for that.

By switching to this format, we're making sure your films are ready to shine on all those platforms without any hiccups. It's all about keeping things smooth and industry-standard.

If you have any questions about creating SRT files, feel free to reach out – we're happy to help!

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