How to Join SRT Files


SRT is a plain text file that is used for recording movie subtitle information. SRT files are made up of individual entries that contain the start time and end time in which the subtitle is to be displayed. If a movie is split into several parts, each part will likely have an individual SRT file for subtitles. To join the SRT files into one continuous file, a program such as Subtitle Workshop can be used for free.

Things You'll Need

  • Subtitle Workshop Freeware
  • Download and install Subtitle Workshop 2.51 (see Resources section). Once installation has completed, launch the program.

  • Click "Tools" from the top menu and then select "Join subtitles." A new window will appear.

  • Click "Add" and locate the first SRT file from the list provided. Click "Add" again to locate second SRT file. Make sure you add the SRT files in the order that you want them joined.

  • Select the frame rate per second (FPS). If you are unsure, leave the default value of 23.976 fps. Select the Output format as "SubRip." Check the boxes next to "Load file after joining and saving" and "Recalculate time values." Click "Join." Provide a name for your output file and click "OK."

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