I just heard that WebM is using Matroska as its container. Which is
great news because Matroska can embed subtitles (with all and its
fonts). I've been using an open subtitle format named Advanced
SubStation Alpha, which features loads and loads of help for
subtitlers and typesetters (even support for vectorial graphics!). So
I suggest to use it in YouTube's subtitled videos.
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