Open SRT File format – Programs and How to

Movie subtitle file format (SubRip format) definition and 6 other types and linked programs information.


How to open STR Files


The File extension srt is used by the following type(s):

type 1 description:
Default file extension for .srt file type:
Movie subtitle files format (SubRip format)
SRT file suffix is related to movie subtitle text files widely supported in media players. Usually used for localization purposes on movies without dabbing.
that open srt files:
  • Aegisub (multiplatform software)
  • Bistec (Apple OS X)
  • BS.Player (Microsoft Windows)
  • Cyberlink PowerDirector (Microsoft Windows)
  • FFDShow (Microsoft Windows)
  • Gaupol Subtitle Editor (Microsoft Windows)
  • Gnome Subtitles (Linux)
  • Jubler subtitle editor (multiplatform software)
  • KMPlayer (Microsoft Windows)
  • Miyu Subtitler (Apple OS X)
  • NotePad++ text editor (Microsoft Windows)
  • Subcleaner (Apple OS X)
  • Submerge (Apple OS X)
  • SubRip (Microsoft Windows)
  • Subs Factory (Apple OS X)
  • Subtitle Edit (Microsoft Windows)
  • Subtitle Editor (Linux)
  • Subtitle Workshop (Microsoft Windows)
  • SubtitleCreator (Microsoft Windows)
  • TextEdit (Apple OS X)
  • VLC media player (Microsoft Windows)
  • VLC media player for Linux (Linux)
  • VLC media player for Mac (Apple OS X)
  • VobSub (Microsoft Windows)


 type 2 description:
Omron CX-Supervisor files
It is used by specialised hardware or software.


type 3 description:
Sagem ringtone format
SAGEM file suffix is associated with mobile phones developed by Sagem. File contains ringtone.


type 4 description:
Siemens mobile phone C60 sound files
The SRT file extension is used by C60 and other compatible Siemens mobile phones for their default sound files.


type 5 description:
Skymap data files
The SRT file extension is used by applications developed by Skymap software.


type 6 description:
WebSRT movie subtitle files format
WebSRT (Web Resource Subtitle Tracks) is the successor of the popular SubRip subtitle format. WebSRT is approved by the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group as a standard subtitle file format for the proposed HTML5 “track” element. WebSRT is similar to SubRip subtitle format, but not fully compatible with it. WebSRT shares the same SRT file extension with SubRip subtitle format.
that open srt files:
  • NotePad++ text editor (Microsoft Windows)
  • TextEdit (Apple OS X)