Help Installing Subtitles
Follow these simple instructions and you should have no problems displaying the subtitles.
|Step 1||We recommend that you use VLC media player. It is capable of reading most audio and video formats (MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, DivX, MPEG-1, mp3, ogg, aac ...) as well as DVDs, Audio CDs VCDs, and various streaming protocols.
Get your free copy of VLC Media Player here.
|Step 2||Search for you subtitles.
Tip: Always search by the title of the movie, not by the file name.
eg. Your Movie Name and not Your.Movie.NameDvDrip.
Once you have searched for the movie by it's name, then choose the version ie. axxo, R5, DeViSe etc. that matches your movie.
|Step 3||Once you have found the subtitles save them into the same directory (folder) as the movie on you computer.|
|Step 4||Now all you have to do is rename the subtitles file (the .srt file) to exactly the same name as the movie. This way VLC player will automatically find them.
Say for example the movie is called: Your.Movie.NameDvDrip[Eng].avi and the subtitles are called YMN2011.srt
All you have to do is change the YMN2011.srt to Your.Movie.NameDvDrip[Eng].srt so that they both have exactly the same name.
|Step 5||Open the movie with VLC Media player. Sometimes it will automatically show the subtitles. If not, all you have to do is enable them by going to
Tools --> Preferences --> Subtitles and OSD --> Tick the box (Enable OSD)
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