To start, determine the form in which the subtitles are stored.Only two variants: embedded subtitles - that is, they are arranged in the same file, and video.Or external subtitles - they are stored in a separate file (or multiple files).Their name is often the same name as the video file and have the extension SRT, SUB or TXT.
Simply include embedded subtitles.Working with them is able to most players.Among them, VLC Player, GOM Player, Light Alloy, Crystal Player, Media Player Classic and some others.You are using the player that can not play the subtitles?Download or use a different filter DirectVobSub - DirectShow, which is designed specifically to display subtitles.
To enable embedded subtitles, read the instructions to the player you have installed.Usu
ally it is necessary to click the right mouse button on the screen with the movie, and then select "Enable subtitles".Sometimes it is in the menu "Video" or "Settings".
Before turning external subtitles, you need to configure the player.In some programs need to connect the ability to view the subtitles in other - choose subtitle encoding Russian (Cyrillic).
To connect external subtitles, groverte matches if the name of the subtitle file and the file name of the video.Click on the subtitle file, right-click and select "Open With ...".In the list of programs, select the video player through which you are going to watch a movie.
If the connection is bad subtitle you can see them, or you simply not satisfied with the subtitle settings, change them.These settings are set in the video player.You can choose the color, font, text size, availability of shade, accommodation.All of these features are different in the video player.To learn more about her, visit the official website.