SubtitleDownloader Auto-Fetches Subtitles On Basis Of Video File Names

SubtitleDownloader, as the name suggests, is an easy to use subtitle downloading application for quickly fetching subtitles for your movie and TV series collections. It works by identifying videos from specified local folder(s), and downloads subtitles in the same directory as the videos. The subtitles are downloaded with the name of the respective video file, with SRT extension. This ensures that any video playback device can recognize the subtitles for video playback.

To get started, click Create job file option, and select a location to save your current job. Once done, select a folder containing the video files for which you require the subtitles. The default subtitle language is English; however, you can select a different language from the Subtitle Language drop down menu. Additionally, you can enable Process Subfolders option to ensure that subtitles can also be downloaded for any videos within the sub-folders. If you have an OpenSusbtitles account, you can also enter your login credentials in the username and password section. After selecting all require settings, click Prepare Job and lock editing.

SubtitleDownloader

This will download subtitles in the same directory as the video(s). It must be noted that any existing subtitles in the respective directories will be overwritten. To avoid this, make sure that you check the Skip videos which already have subtitles option. You can also open previously saved jobs to re-download subtitles.


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SubtitleDownloader works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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  • Cga1cga1

    Too bad it (like every other subtitle tool) relies on Opensubtitles which in my opinion has gone from bad to worse. Hard to find subtitles to anything but the most main stream and slow updates on TV shows. Which there was something similar for Podnapisi, now there’s a top notch subtitle service.

  • Cga1cga1

    Too bad it (like every other subtitle tool) relies on Opensubtitles which in my opinion has gone from bad to worse. Hard to find subtitles to anything but the most main stream and slow updates on TV shows. Which there was something similar for Podnapisi, now there’s a top notch subtitle service.

    • Jraahm

      Thanks for the heads up on Podnapisi!
      If, as you say, this is top notch, why would you need something else similar?
      I hope I am not missing something :-)
      Regards

    • http://openid.codoxide.com/sameera Sameera

      I think Sublight supports Podnapisi

  • http://worthessays.com/ Mhoro10

    Okay, I guess this is welcome by many…I haven’t used Podnapisi but I will definitely try it out. Regards