Subtitles is a very simple app that will find subtitles for your movies. All you need to do is right click on the movie file, choose a language from the selection and click. Your web browser will open up, displaying a perfect set of subtitles for you
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Subtitles is a very simple app that will find subtitles for your movies. All you need to do is right click on the movie file, choose a language from the selection and - you guessed it - just click. Your web browser will open up, displaying a perfect set of subtitles for you to download.
If Subtitles doesn't find your movie straight away, don't worry. Subtitles doesn't search for the movie name (too much scope for error) but instead calculates the checksum. If it doesn't already have that particular checksum stored in its database, it automatically looks for it elsewhere on the internet. If it still can't find it, you search manually and the checksum is saved for future use. With more than 120,000 subtitles being downloaded every day, however, the chances that your movie will be correctly identified is getting better by the minute!
On the subject of subtitles, did you know that if you use a media player such as ALLPlayer, all you have to do is save the subtitles in the same folder as the movie and make sure they have the same name? If they do, the player will automatically add them to your movie - it's that easy!
The new version of Subtitles allows you to configure your own "Look for Subtitles" windows context menu. With this new feature, the program wins in usability and moves on, seeking to become the best and simplest tool to find subtitle for your movies collections. The context menu "Language preferences" opens a simple window where the configurations can be adjusted and where the ALLPlayer can be downloaded (The best video player of our time!). Many innovations are still to come, stay tuned and of course, enjoy it!
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