Convert SRT to Netflix Timed Text(.dfxp) Subtitles

Free online tool designed for converting SubRip subtitle files to Netflix Timed Text(.dfxp) format effortlessly.

How to Change SRT to DFXP?

  1. Upload Your SRT File: Begin by converting your SubRip subtitle file (.srt) to the Netflix Timed Text format DFXP. Navigate to the upload area and choose the SRT file to be converted to DFXP.
  2. Select "Netflix Timed Text (.dfxp)" as format: Select the appropriate format to give it your stamp. Select "Netflix Timed Text (.dfxp)" to provide compatibility with a range of media players. If necessary, you can also check alternative formats.
  3. Start the Conversion: After you've made your selections, click "Convert" to start the conversion process. Your file will be sent to our server right away for a seamless conversion.
  4. Download Your DFXP File: Please be patient for a moment. Allow the transformation of your SRT into a DFXP to take place. When it's finished, you can download your converted DFXP file.

Conversion of SRT to DFXP:

SRT (SubRip Subtitle) and DFXP (Netflix Timed Text) are two popular video subtitle formats. They give text that is synchronized with spoken content. Here are the definitions for each format:

SubRip Subtitles (SRT):

SRT is a straightforward text-based subtitle format:

  • Format: SRT is simple text with numbered entries for each subtitle.
  • Content: Each entry typically includes a number, a timecode indicating when the subtitle appears and vanishes, and the actual content.


    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.

Netflix Timed Text (DFXP):

DFXP is a contemporary subtitle format designed for online applications:

  • Format: DFXP is a versatile, modern subtitle format designed for use on the web.
  • Content: DFXP, like SRT, includes timecodes and text for each subtitle. It also includes styling, placement, and information.


    00:00:10.500 --> 00:00:13.000
    This is the first subtitle.

    00:00:15.000 --> 00:00:18.000
    Here is the second one.

Extra Features of DFXP: DFXP supports the usage of cue settings for text placement, alignment, and style. Because it provides metadata, it is more suited for complex web-based video applications.

SRT is simple and widely used, however DFXP provides more functionality, making it ideal for web content such as streaming platforms and HTML5 video players. The choice is determined by where the subtitles will be used.

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