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Samaan Buisson Jun 03, 2015 03:36AM EDT

Hi, I've just made an account and added subtitles. Am I able to download this file directly to my video? Seems I can only publish it on youtube or vimeo.

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Clara Garcia Jun 03, 2015 10:58AM EDT Dotsub Project Manager

Hello Samaan,

You can download your subtitle file anytime, using the Caption and Translate menu in your video page.

We also provide the service of downloadable mp4 files with burnt-in subtitles at a low cost. Feel free to order yours by clicking on the Place Order link right above your video player. As soon as the order is placed and you have checked out, the file will start being created. When it is ready (usually within 2 hours) you will receive an e-mail with a download link.

Best regards,

Dotsub Support

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Shane Jul 28, 2015 03:33PM EDT
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Kim Pines Aug 05, 2015 03:01PM EDT
Can the project manager please clarify?

If I understand the above answer from Project Manager, there is no way to embed and download the .mp4 with the captions or translated subtitles without paying Dotsub a fee?

And another question....
Is it one fee per language to burnin? For example, one fee to download the .mp4 with English captions burned in and then another fee to download the .mp4 with the translated captions burned in?
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Esteban Pereyra Aug 05, 2015 03:21PM EDT Dotsub Project Manager

Hi Kim,

Indeed, the video burn-in has a cost of $10.00 each, and can be done for every captioned language. It takes a couple of minutes and, once it is done, you can download your videos with the subtitles embedded as many times as you need.

Please let us know if there are any questions or need anything along the way.


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Kim Pines Aug 05, 2015 04:25PM EDT
Thanks Esteban. One last question to clarify. After burnin can I download the actual file to keep on my computer or send direct to my family.

Please confirm that I don't have to post it to Faebook or Vimeo or Youtube but can actually download the .mp4 to my pc? Thanks!
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Esteban Pereyra Aug 05, 2015 05:25PM EDT Dotsub Project Manager

Hi Kim,

Once the subtitles are burnt-in, you can download the video with the captions of your choice embedded to your computer, as many times as you want.

Another alternative is to purchase Soft Subtitles – it is the same process as ordering burn-ins – which have multiple subtitle tracks, but generally it works in an Apple SW/iOS environment.

Both, the Soft Subtitles and the Burn-ins are great ways to keep and store your captioned videos in your computer and share with your family and friends.

Thank you for contacting us! Let us know if there are questions or need something in the meantime.


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satpal singh Sep 06, 2015 09:32AM EDT
please tell me how can i change you tube video language.plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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Esteban Pereyra Sep 08, 2015 12:23PM EDT Dotsub Project Manager

Hi Satpal,

If the video in Dotsub is linked to your YouTube account, you can change the video language by clicking on “Edit video information” on the top of the video, and selecting the original language. YouTube retrieves the information from the video.

I hope that is useful!


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Anke Bauer Oct 14, 2015 07:35AM EDT
I have one question. How can I have the subtitles that I've created myself in dotsub burned-in on my video? Where do I order it and how much does it cost?

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Zulaihat Mustapha Nov 16, 2018 03:50PM EST
Pls how can i download a video from YouTube channel and edit translation

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