Those of us with good hearing often take things like watching videos for granted. Thankfully most movies and TV shows have the option for Closed Captioning, which translates the dialogue to on-screen text. However, this doesn’t always apply to videos watched online. Thankfully there is a program that can assist you with adding captions to existing videos.
JustSubsPlayer is a neat piece of freeware that will allow you to integrate subtitles onto any video, provided that you can find the subtitles somewhere. If you know where to look, you can find .srt files, which contain subtitles for a variety of videos. Just plug the right file into the program, and you’ll be able to position the subtitles anywhere on the screen. This also works great for foreign films that might not have official translations in your language. The hardest part will be finding the captions to use.