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I need to add subtitles to a QuickTime movie. I've tried doing it with the "Help" in QT but it's "No Help". The only way I've managed so far is by using the Mac "Text Ed" application, cutting and paste etc in "add to movie". If I try and use the Time Line to add the text at the right part, when the subtitle has finished the movie jumps back to it's default size as the Subtitle part makes it bigger at the bottom. I've got around this by just writing the entire subs on one document then cutting etc and adding to the start of the movie. .I try and get it right with more or less line spaces between the sentances, but it's very hit and miss where the subs line up with the person talking. Also it's taking bloody ages to do it that way lol. I'm sure there's an easier way?
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Found this via Google.

Let me google that for you; quicktime pro add subtitle.

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