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  1. Does anyone know of any good applications to download subtitles on Windows? I've been using vlsub, but lately it's been buggy...
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    Just type in Google "English subtitles <insert official name of movie> and away you go. There are numerous sites but you should remember in some jurisdictions they are subject to copyright.
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    Agreed, mpc-hc and some players have a function built in, but any standalone app would be just a wrapper for a website is all.
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  4. Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    Just type in Google "English subtitles <insert official name of movie> and away you go. There are numerous sites but you should remember in some jurisdictions they are subject to copyright.
    Yeah, I know about that way of doing it. I just want it as quick and easy as possible. Kind of hard to search by hash without an app

    Originally Posted by dannyboy48888 View Post
    Agreed, mpc-hc and some players have a function built in, but any standalone app would be just a wrapper for a website is all.
    I know. It still beats doing it manually, though
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    My Popcorn A-500 media player has a function "Go fetch the subtitle" and it duly does and 9 times out of ten it is the correct one in every respect - an awesome machine...
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