SRT Extractor for Closed Caption and Subtitles

SRT Extractor for Closed Caption and Subtitles for PC and Mac

Published by bin liu on 2023-08-19

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.8
  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Licence: $9.99
  • Software version: 1.1
  • File size: 2.19 MB

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SRT Extractor Overview

What is SRT Extractor? The app allows users to extract closed captions and subtitles from their own videos and save them as SRT files on Mac. It supports various video formats including Mov, m4v, mp4, and 3gp files, as well as MPG TS Stream video. Users can extract multiple subtitle tracks at once and review subtitles with timecode within the app. The extracted SRT files can be imported directly to Final Cut Pro 7/X using 'FinalSRT' or edited using 'SRT Edit Pro'. However, the app only supports soft coded subtitles and closed captions, and can't extract hard coded subtitles or subtitles burned into video. Additionally, it only works with DRM-free or DRM removed videos and supports subtitle tracks with tx3g format and most closed captions embedded in c608. Users can send their video samples to the developer's email if they encounter any error messages.


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SRT Extractor for Closed Caption and Subtitles Features and Description

1. -You can download 'Subtitle Writer' to write the SRT subtitles to video as a tx3g text track.

2. You can extract subtitles from online DRM-free video tutorials or DRM-free educational video,like University Open Course.

3. Extract closed caption and subtitles from your own video and save them to SRT files on Windows.

4. -Can’t extract hard coded subtitles or subtitles burned into video.

5. Since Closed Caption are really complex to read, please send us your video sample to [email protected] if you get error message.

6. -You can click on timecode to jump video playhead.

7. -You can download 'SRT Edit Pro' to edit your SRT subtitles or do retiming.

8. -You can review subtitles with timecode right in the App.

9. -Only those DRM-free or DRM removed video can be extracted.

10. -Most closed caption embedded in c608 are supported, not all of them.

11. -Subtitle track with tx3g format are all supported.


  • - Easier to use than CC Extractor on Windows
  • - Can extract subtitles from iTunes U courses

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


SRT Extractor for Closed Caption and Subtitles - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By kthrynn

    Doesn't work

    I request a refund for this app that crashes everytime I try to upload a .mov, .mp4 etc. I'm disappointed to have wasted time. Either fix/patch or refund.

  • By RdhJR777777

    MIsleading - WIll not “Extract closed caption and subtiles from your own video"

    Does not work if you want to create an .srt from a .mov file created in FCPX. MIsleading - WIll not “Extract closed caption and subtiles from your own video"

  • By rekkss

    Great app at what it does but beware!

    I tried to import an .mpg file which definitely contains a closed caption track embedded on the video track of this DVD rip (this kind of CC standard is called EIA-608). Every time I tried to open this .mpg file on the app, either by dragging it in or from the menu bar, would result in the app crashing. Yet, the CC track is definitely there, since it definitely came up on VLC. After trying so many things on this app and elsewhere, I realized that the file has to be an MPEG TS file for 'STR Extractor' to accept it, not just a regular .mpg file which is exactly the same as a .vob file but only with the extension .mpg instead of .vob (like manually changing .vob to .mpg on the file -- this will not work). What you have to do is on VLC transcode this .vob/.mpg file to a MPEG TS file, which will result in a file with the extension .ts but here's the big caveat: since 'STR Extractor' doesn't accept files with a .ts extension, you have to manually rename the file to have the extension .mpg -- again, yes! but the difference now it's that it's not just a VOB file with a .MPG extension, but rather a MPEG TS file with a .MPG extension. This latter file the app will accept and you will finally see your closed caption text and timecodes displayed on the app, which will can now finally export as an SRT file. So my suggestion to the developer is this: on your next update please support the importing of .ts files directy; and also make sure that not all .mpg files are treated equally (the ones which are the same as VOB but with the extension changed will not work and will just crash the app; but the ones that are the same as MPEG TS but with the extenstion manually changed to .mpg will do). Even better would be if you could just add support for importing .vob files directly. Please take note of this, as this app hasn't been updated in two years! All this trouble asside, it's quite a useful app.

  • By Taffy Chan_1985

    Works good

    I use this app to extract subtitles from iTunes U courses, then I can search the video. I tried some of my video with close caption and works good. It's much easier than CC Extractor on windows. Excellent. But not work for iTunes movies, I think it's a copyright issue.

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