Need to add captions in DaVinci Resolve?
Whether it’s online video or for a narrative film, subtitles are a common need for making videos.
Resolve has a great subtitle system for adding subtitles manually or importing external files.
You can style your subtitles too, so they look just the way you like. You can even add several subtitle tracks if you need to create multiple language tracks.
In this video from , you’ll learn about:
- 1:42 Adding Subtitle Track
- 2:23 Viewing Subtitle Track
- 3:20 Subtitle Track Options
- 3:48 Add Subtitle Clip
- 4:35 Add Text & Options to Subtitle Clips
- 5:00 Subtitle Clip Inspector
- 5:40 Add Subtitle Text Here
- 7:30 Additional Caption Options in Inspector
- 9:47 Subtitle Style
- 12:53 Adding More Subtitles
- 13:09 Default Subtitle Settings
- 14:54 Continue Adding Subtitles
- 16:04 Subtitle Quick Tip
- 16:55 Multi-Line Subtitles Tip
- 18:18 Link Subtitle and Video Clips
- 19:15 All Subtitles in Inspector (you can edit them here!)
- 20:09 How to Export Subtitles
- 24:41 Exporting Video with Subtitles
- 25:42 Export Separate Subtitle File
- 27:57 Export Subtitle Burned into Video
- 28:49 Export Subtitle as Embedded Captions
- 29:53 How to Import Subtitle File into DaVinci Resolve 17
- 32:27 Subtitle Tips and Tricks
Gedaly is the Managing Editor of DVresolve.com. He is a professional editor, having cut national commercials for major companies, and does color & VFX for indie films at Mask & Feather. He’s also a filmmaker, writing and directing shorts & features. Gedaly is the co-founder of Working.Actor and former marketing strategist for large brands.