Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.9 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
RAM minimum: 2 GB
Video RAM: 1 GB
What's New in Version 3.2
- Subtitle rendering re-written from scratch. Uses less memory.
- Support for WebVTT cue settings, ie positioning and such.
- Using WebVTT you can place subtitles anywhere within the video frame.
- Subtitles are updated in real-time when you edit the subtitle file in a text editor.
- The export menu is now disabled until embedded subtitle tracks are fully parsed.
- Fixed a bug where a malformed font tag would make Submerge eat a huge amount of memory.
- New 4k UHD (2160p) export preset. It's not fast, but it works!
- FFmpeg updated to the 2.6.2 "Grothendieck" release.
- Various bug fixes and improvements for lower-end Macs.
What's New in Version 3.2.1
- Pixel aligned subtitles at export for better sharpness.
- Another try at rendering right-to-left languages correct.
- Subtitles now placed correctly on export when using Title safe area.
- Audio and Subtitles popover has a new more informative layout.
- Changed and refinded some interface icons.
What's New in Version 3.2.3
- Fixed a bug in the WebVTT subtitle parser.
More Info: http://www.bitfield.se/submerge/
Submerge - Hardcoded subtitles for all your needs
With Submerge you can easily add hardcoded subtitles to your movies and tv-shows. The subtitled movie will play on almost anything, like your computer, smartphone, portable device or game console. Submerge supports many text-based subtitle formats as input and you can export the subtitled movie for the most common devices in just one click. Now with a batch exporting feature as well. Enjoy!
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/submerge-3/id929974242?mt=12