How to set Closed Caption and Subtitle

Closed Caption, referred to as the CC. It is hidden caption with interpretation, describe the background sound and music that occur in the current picture in a silent state. Usually this type of caption is prepared for the audience who has hearing impaired or watched programs without sound condition.

Subtitle, usually refers to the dialogue translation, in addition, it also can be used to translate foreign language program, make the audience hear the original vocal, while understanding the program content.

IntactHD M4V Converter supports keeping CC and Subtitles, The CC will be preserved automatically after conversion by default setting if the original file has CC, and for multi-subtitle video, you can keep all the subtitles or just extract single subtitle you want, here we will show you how to keep Closed Caption and Subtitle:

Step 1. Add M4V movies with Subtitles or CC.

Click Add button to import the file you want to convert.

Add iTunes protected movies to convert

Step 2. Set the Subtitles or CC

Click setting button to choose subtitle you need in the drop-down list box, CC will be displayed below the multi-subtitle

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Tips: CC and subtitle have no effect on each other, and you can choose the option Disable Subtitles to retain no subtitles

Step 3. Start conversion.

Click Convert Now button to start the conversion.

After conversion, users can click History to show the output file

IntactHD M4V Converter can convert purchased and rented iTunes M4V video files to unprotected MP4 with perfect output quality and amazing speed. What's more, this powerful DRM removal tool can also retain subtitles, CC and multi-language audio tracks, support keeping chapters, with batch conversion support, you can save your time by creating a batch list of M4V videos from iTunes library, and convert them all to MP4, come on and have a try.