Seeing a movie in its original version and understanding all the dialogues of different characters is not for everyone. For non-multilingual people who start reading a movie in a language that they don’t, or at least not quite, master on their PC, the VLC multimedia player can easily get them out of this bad situation.
Software, often packed with unfamiliar features, includes the option to download subtitles to the video being played. With just a few clicks, a movie can be subtitled in its original version, without having to do almost anything except sit comfortably in your chair.
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1. Start the movie in VLC
Start by launching the movie you want to get subtitles for in VLC. If VideoLan’s media player is configured as the default player for your video, just double-click the video file.
If not, open VLC and drag the video file to the playback window so that it can start playing.
2. Enter VLsub
Now click on the menu opinion, Then open the menu Vlsub.
In the VLsub window that appears, click the drop-down menu Subtitle languages To choose the language of the subtitles you want to get, in our case French for subtitles in French. There are two options to start searching for subtitles: Search for hashoe To search for subtitles based on the fingerprint of your video file, or Search by name To find subtitles by typing the name of the movie directly in the field Title Meaning for that purpose.
3. Download subtitles
Then find the line of the subtitle whose name matches the movie you are watching and click on it to select it. Then click on the button Download selection To get subtitles. VLsub displays a message Success: subtitles loaded Once the subtitles are properly downloaded in green.
Usually, the subtitle file in .srt format with the name of your movie file will be saved in the same folder where the movie is saved. Then click Close to To disable VLSub.
4. Enable subtitles
Now click on the menu subhead than in Subtitle track, Choose the subtitles you just downloaded. If you have uploaded many different files, you will see many subtitled tracks.
The feature can be a bit of fun at times, so don’t hesitate to restart VLC, restart movie playback, and reselect your subtitle track to appear on the screen.
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