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If you need to add subtitles to your finished movies in Final Cut Pro, Motion, Adobe Premiere Pro or Adobe After Effect, you need the SUGARfx Subtitles plug-ins (US$49) from Noise Industries (http://tinyurl.com/a6mu52g).
SUGARfx Subtitles supports a variety of fonts and can handle hundreds of languages. It can also import in several subtitle formats. With the plug-ins you easily import text and adjust font, style and color to fit your project's style. Highlights of SUGARfx Subtitles include:
° SubRip (SRT) format support with timecode accuracy for synchronized placement of subtitles;
° The ability to use your own subtitle data format (with or without a timecode);
° Final Cut Pro X and 7 marker support creation and timecode accurate placement;
° Control over font, style, tracking and position;
° Auto wrapping of text and margin control;
° Use of presets for multi-user environments.