How to Download Subtitles for Movies and TV Shows with Subdownloader 2.0.13
If you are a fan of watching movies and TV shows in different languages, you may have encountered the problem of finding suitable subtitles for them. Sometimes, the subtitles are not synchronized with the video, or they are not available in your preferred language. Fortunately, there is a simple and effective solution for this problem: Subdownloader.
Subdownloader is a software that allows you to download subtitles for movies and TV shows from the internet. It works with various video formats, such as DIVX, MPEG, AVI, VOB, etc., and it can also process DVD images. Subdownloader uses a fast hashing algorithm to find the best matching subtitles for your video files. You can also upload your own subtitles to share them with other users.
In this article, we will show you how to use Subdownloader 2.0.13 to download and integrate subtitles for your video files. Subdownloader 2.0.13 is the latest version of the software, released on 31 August 2010[^3^] [^4^]. You can download it from the official website of Subdownloader[^1^] [^2^], where you can also find more information about the software and its features.
Step 1: Install Subdownloader 2.0.13
After downloading Subdownloader 2.0.13 from the website, you need to install it on your computer. The installation process is very simple and straightforward. Just follow the instructions on the screen and choose the options that suit your preferences. You can also customize the language settings and the default video player for Subdownloader.
Step 2: Search for subtitles from video files
Once you have installed Subdownloader 2.0.13, you can start using it to search for subtitles for your video files. There are two ways to do this: by selecting a folder with video files or by entering a movie name.
If you want to search for subtitles by selecting a folder with video files, you need to click on the \"Search from Video File(s)\" tab on the interface of Subdownloader. Then, you need to browse your computer and select the folder that contains the video files you want to get subtitles for. Subdownloader will automatically scan the folder and display a list of video files on the left panel. You can select one or more video files from the list and click on \"Search\" to start searching for subtitles.
Subdownloader will then connect to OpenSubtitles.org, a large online database of subtitles, and look for subtitles that match your video files. The results will be shown on the right panel, where you can filter them by language and quality. You can also preview the subtitles before downloading them by clicking on \"Play\". To download the subtitles of your choice, you need to select them from the list and click on \"Download\". The subtitles will be saved in the same folder as your video files, with the same name but with a different extension (.srt).
Step 3: Search for subtitles by movie name
If you want to search for subtitles by entering a movie name, you need to click on the \"Search by Movie Name\" tab on the interface of Subdownloader. Then, you need to type in the name of the movie you want to get subtitles for in the search box and click on \"Search\". Subdownloader will then connect to OpenSubtitles.org and look for subtitles that match your movie name.
The results will be shown on the right panel, where you can filter them by title and language. You can also preview the subtitles before downloading them by clicking on \"Play\". To download the subtitles of your choice, you need to select them from the list and click on \"Download\". The subtitles will be saved in a folder named after your movie name in your default download location.
Step 4: Upload subtitles
If you have created your own subtitles or have improved existing ones, you can also share them with other users by uploading them to OpenSubtitles.org through Subdownloader. To do this, you need to click on the \"Upload Subtitles\" tab on the aa16f39245