How can I change the language of CD subtitles to English when this is not an option?

Batoule Yassine December 4, 2011

I bought a CD on Naruto a Japanese show and its audio is in Japanese. The subtitles are in Spanish and when you open the lyrics, captions, and subtitles tab you can only open Spanish or another language. English is not available. How can I turn it in to English subtitles? Please tell me.

  1. Jay
    December 5, 2011 at 4:20 pm

    you can download English subtitles of all the episode of Naruto from here :

  2. Mjevolve
    December 5, 2011 at 8:29 am

    hello .

    try playing the Video in SPlayer .

    while playing the video , the player has a feature of automatically downloading the subtitles in your selected language and then embedding them in the video .
    it works good .

    other way is , 
    copy the movie to your computer , extract the subtitles from the video file or from any other file in the cd , and then open the subtitle file in program - SubTitle Edit 

    the program has a Translation feature .

    translate the subtitles in your desired language and save them back .

    open the video file in VLC player or any player you use and along with the translated subs and they shall work ...

  3. Jay
    December 5, 2011 at 8:21 am

    which is the show?
     if it is popular, there are more chances that you will get English subtitile online. if you are able to copy the video file to your pc, then it can be easy.

    search n download English subtitiles.

    place the video and subtitles, in a folder,
     and both the name and location of movie and subtitle file should be the same.

    machine translated subs will not tell you the exact story, but something is better than nothing, if you can't find the English subtitles.

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    December 5, 2011 at 8:13 am

    Hello, the easy way would be to search the name of the video that matches your cd and see if you can find the subtitles in English. 

    The other option would be to find somebody that speaks Spanish and ask them to translate the subtitles to English for you. 

    Another possibility, if you do not mind subtitles that are not 100% accurate, would be to extract the subtitles by using software like the Subtitle Translator:

    and then use any translation service like Google translate or similar programs and convert them to English.  Once translation is done, add the subtitles back to the  movie file.  Lots of work though...

  5. Anonymous
    December 5, 2011 at 7:53 am

    well if no english subtitle included, then you have to search english subtitle on the web