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Introducing SublimeVideo Subtitles

SublimeVideo Subtitles Today, we are very pleased to release one of the most awaited and requested features: Subtitles support!

With SublimeVideo subtitles you are not only providing a great experience to your hearing-impaired audience, but you’re also increasing your videos’ global reach:

SublimeVideo supports multi-language subtitles on all desktop browsers and the latest mobile platforms.

SublimeVideo Subtitles iPad

Our subtitles implementation is based on the HTML5 <track> element specification, but we added an extra feature that will be useful for many people. The standard <track> element does not allow hosting of subtitles files on a domain different to the site domain. This can be an issue when you want to have all your assets on a single CDN. SublimeVideo goes further by providing the ability to host your subtitles files wherever you want, by using CORS which allows JavaScript on a web page to make requests to another domain.

The new subtitles feature is now available to everyone for free!

Please check out the documentation for more info on how to add subtitles to your videos. We hope you’ll like this feature and we’re really looking forward to hearing your feedback.