Download Subtitles with VLC
But usually its a hard job getting the exact sub needed for your media file. This happens because there are multiple types of copies of a similar media. A movie itself comes in variety of formats and suffixes indicating that they are from different sources. In such cases, there ‘ll be a slight mismatch in the timings and also there will be missing scenes of the media.
These is a very useful extension in VLC Media Player that lets you find the exact match for the sub. It searches a hash of directories and lists you the closely related ones of which the user itself can choose the one he thinks is suitable.
Download the extension from the VLC’s extensions page. (Direct Link)Create a folder called ‘extensions’ in the VLC’s directory, if not available. (C:Program Files(x86)VideoLANVLC)
Copy the contents of the Zip file downloaded (i.e., the vlsub.lua file, Readme and Locale folder) into the extensions folder that you just created. The VLC will take care of initializing the extension.
Now, Play a Media of your choice and the go to Menu->View->VLSub. Search the sub in your language on the hash. It gives you a list of matches, of which you can choose the perfect on.