The proliferation of online media has made is really easy to track down new and interesting things to watch that aren’t always in your native language. Subs.to makes it easy to find subtitles.
Subs.to is a simple subtitle search engine. Plug in the name of the movie or television show — make sure to include the season and episode number! — and the language you’d like to read the subtitles in and Subs.to will return the subtitles in SRT or SUB format.
For most media players all you need to do is place the subtitle file in the same folder as the actual movie file — i.e.
movie123.srt — and the player will use the file without any interaction from you. A quick Google query of “yourmediaplayer subtitles” should clear up any issues you run into.
While you’re at Subs.to you can watch trailers for movies you’re downloading subtitles for — when available — and share your subtitle finds on a variety of social networks, for those times you absolutely have to let the world know that there’s a set of subtitles for Super Naruto Ninja Monkey Slayers 9 available in Farsi.
If you want to hard code the subtitles into your movie files, check out this tutorial on the topic. Have a tip for finding or using subtitles? Let’s hear about it in the comments.