This tool takes your subtitle files and turns them into a PDF file.
The resulting PDF file can be opened on almost any device, and is easy to annotate or print.
You can upload multiple files at once. You can also upload a zip file to convert many subtitles at once.
If you're a premium user, you can use the settings to configure the PDF file to your liking. To understand all the settings, I'd recommend playing around with them and seeing what kind of results you get.
Apart from subtitles, this tool also accepts plain text files.
Any plain text file you upload will also be converted to PDF.
You can usually recognize plain text files by their ".txt" file extension.
You can upload both subtitle files and plain text files at the same time.
The "include cue timestamps" and "empty line between each cue" options will be ignored for plain text files, since they don't contain any cues or timestamps.
If you want your subtitles as plain text instead of PDF, you can use the convert to plain text tool.