Convert SRT to CSV(.csv) Subtitles

Free online tool designed for converting SubRip subtitle files to CSV(.csv) format effortlessly.

How to convert SRT to VTT?

1. Add Your SRT File

Start the process of converting your SubRip subtitle file (.srt) to CSV by uploading it. Navigate to the upload section and select the SRT file you want to transform.

2. Choose "Comma-Separated Values (.csv)"

Select the desired format by opting for "Comma-Separated Values (.csv)." This format works well with many apps supporting CSV files. Explore other formats if necessary.

3. Start the Conversion

After setting your preferences, click "Convert" to initiate the conversion. Your file will be securely uploaded for a quick and seamless transformation.

4. Download Your CSV File

Wait for a short while as your SRT file converts into a CSV format. Once done, download your CSV file and easily integrate it into your videos.

Details about SRT to CSV Conversion

SRT (SubRip Subtitle) and CSV (Comma-Separated Values) are two popular methods for handling subtitles in videos, each serving specific purposes. Here's a simple explanation of each:

SRT (SubRip Subtitle)

  • Format: Numbered entries represent each subtitle.
  • Content: Each entry includes a number, a timecode indicating when the subtitle appears and disappears, and the text of the subtitle.
  • Example:
  •     1
        00:00:10,500 --> 00:00:13,000
        This is the first subtitle.
        00:00:15,000 --> 00:00:18,000
        And here is the second one.

CSV (Comma-Separated Values)

  • Format: Data is organized into a table with entries separated by commas.
  • Content: Rows represent data entries, and columns are separated by commas. It's commonly used for storing and exchanging structured data.
  • Example:
  •     1,00:00:10,500,00:00:13,000,This is the first subtitle.
        2,00:00:15,000,00:00:18,000,And here is the second one.

In summary, while SRT is straightforward, CSV is versatile for various uses beyond subtitles. The choice depends on the platform where you'll use the subtitles.

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