Submerge

Submerge 2.2.3

Subtitled movies in iTunes and Apple TV

I hate watching dubbed movies. Except on rare occasions, the translation is never quite as good as the original dialogue. That's why I always watch movies in their original language, although with subtitles to be able to follow the story. View full description

PROS

  • Supports most subtitle formats
  • Export to iPod, iPhone and Apple TV

CONS

  • Limited playback features

Excellent
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I hate watching dubbed movies. Except on rare occasions, the translation is never quite as good as the original dialogue. That's why I always watch movies in their original language, although with subtitles to be able to follow the story.

Submerge does a great job at merging subtitle files with your movies. It handles most of the subtitle formats, like SubRip or MicroDVD and automatically syncs them to your videos, with very little work on your part.

If you want to watch your movie just to check that the subtitles were added properly, Submerge offers basic playback functions and can display videos in full screen. Remember that it's first and foremost a subtitle merger, so don't expect any advanced features.

After your video and subtitle have been properly, Submerge can seamlessly transfer the video to either your iPod, iPhone or Apple TV. Once again here Submerge will do the hard work for you. All you will have to do is make sure that your Apple device is well connected.

If like me you really enjoy watching files in their main language, then Submerge is the tool for you. Seamless subtitle integration.

Changes

  • iPad export preset.
  • [BUGFIX] Fixed a bug that could cause Submerge to crash when exporting to some devices.
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Submerge 2.2.3