What is SUB file?
The Subtitle File (.SUB) is a standard file extension used by the subtitle editor to store subtitles for multimedia files that are created with subtitle editing software. The file extension is used for subtitles included in movies, TV shows, and video games. The Subtitle File (.SUB) was first introduced by Microsoft Windows in 1995 with its release of Windows 95. Microsoft was hoping to make it easier for people to edit subtitles. Subsequently, Apple Inc released QuickTime 4 which supports the .SUB file extensions as well as the .SRT file extensions (used by Adobe Systems' Premiere). By 2002, QuickTime supported subtitle formats that include .SUBs. It also supported .SRT files that were created by Adobe's After Effects program. The use of preset subtitle
SUB Format details
Software, that convert SUB files
The easiest way to convert a SUB file is to save it in a different file format using dedicated software. Below you will find a list of software programs that can handle SUB files. Open your SUB file with one of them and save in another file format.
- VLC media player
- Jubler subtitle editor
- Subs Factory
- VLSub extension for VLC player