Where can I find subtitles for Hollywood movies?

Purna Chandra pradhan April 22, 2011
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I would like to get the lyrics written in Hollywood movies while it is playing as it becomes difficult for me to understand fast spelled English. Is there any software to get that.

  1. Purnachandrapradhan
    July 28, 2011 at 2:33 am

    i have some downloaded movies without subtitle how can i get to those,is der any software or any tricks

  2. karthik chandrappa
    April 23, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    You can find them in websites like subscene.com , opensubtitles.org etc.
    All you need is just to search the "movie name"+"subtitles" in Google.Here "movie name" means exact name of the movie file you have, it should be exact name because the subtitle file of other file of the same movie will be out of synchronization(imagine if you have movie in DVD format and you get subtitle of .avi format file of the same movie)

    As you get there in the subtitle website you will found many versions like of another language, or other format ,select the one which one you want ( i assume it will be English)
    and be sure file name of subtitle file( it will be in .srt or .sub format better dint bother about extensions) and the media file you have will match or there is much resemblance in them.
    copy downloaded file to folder containing media file and subtitle file will be automatically loaded in media player. or you can use load subtitle feature in media player to locate and load subtitle elsewhere.

    sometimes you may not get the exact subtitle and may get other file of same movie ,in that case it might be out of synchronization. then you can use a software called submagic to resynchronize according to your file. or you can use resynchronize subtitle feature in km player to resynchronize in real time.

  3. karthik chandrappa
    April 23, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    You can find them in websites like subscene.com , opensubtitles.org etc.
    All you need is just to search the "movie name"+"subtitles" in Google.Here "movie name" means exact name of the movie file you have, it should be exact name because the subtitle file of other file of the same movie will be out of synchronization(imagine if you have movie in DVD format and you get subtitle of .avi format file of the same movie)

    As you get there in the subtitle website you will found many versions like of another language, or other format ,select the one which one you want ( i assume it will be English)
    and be sure file name of subtitle file( it will be in .srt or .sub format better dint bother about extensions) and the media file you have will match or there is much resemblance in them.
    copy downloaded file to folder containing media file and subtitle file will be automatically loaded in media player. or you can use load subtitle feature in media player to locate and load subtitle elsewhere.

    sometimes you may not get the exact subtitle and may get other file of same movie ,in that case it might be out of synchronization. then you can use a software called submagic to resynchronize according to your file. or you can use resynchronize subtitle feature in km player to resynchronize in real time.

  4. Chirag_dave2
    April 23, 2011 at 12:38 pm