Translating subtitles has never been this simpler!

Translate subtitles of your video between 42 different languages.

● Automatically detects the presence and language of soft text-based subtitles in source video.

● Original video is kept as it is, while a new video with translated subtitle track gets added.

● Batch support. Translate subtitles of multiple videos at one shot.

● No encoding. So fast!

● Supports .mp4, .m4v & .mov containers.

● Translates using free webservice provided by Yandex.

Steps :

1. In settings window choose the language the subtitle needs to be translated and provide a free Yandex translate key.

2. Add video files (.mp4/.m4v/.mov) and let the app to detect the presence of supported language soft text-based subtitles.

3. Click 'Translate Subtitle' and choose a folder to keep the new video files with the translated subtitle track added.

Supported Languages :

English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Azerbaijani, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Greek, Estonian, Finnish, Hebrew, Croatian, Hungarian, Armenian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Georgian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Macedonian, Malay, Maltese, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Albanian, Serbian, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese

App in Action

How to get a Yandex Translate Key?


Is it mandatory to get the Free Yandex Translate key?

Yes. Subtitle translator uses the web service provided by to translate.


What are the steps to get the Free Yandex Translate Key?

Step 1 : Register with Yandex to get a username/password.

Step 2 : Login to Yandex to get a Yandex Tanslate Key.

Step 3 : Copy & Paste the generated key in settings window of Subtitle Translator.


Does Yandex limit translations?

Yes. They limit 1 million characters to be translated (Approximately 20 movies) per user per key per day.


What if I reach the limit?

Simple. Register as new user and generate a new key and use the new key.


What if the source video has more than one subtitle language?

The very first supported language subtitle track will be used for translation.