Regardless of some pop-up ads, the interface of YTS is very clean overall. YTS has a well-organized movie torrent library. It allows you to refine the search result by use filters based on genre, countries, rating, the published year, and quality to fast locate the liked movies. What's more, it offers you a subtitle-downloading website for easily getting the subtitle files for a foreign movie.
Another major plus is every torrent page will not just display the peers and seeders and downloads information, but also shows the comments, descriptions, tags, subtitle links, and IMDB ratings. Thus, you can always know what you would be getting in your download.
All mainstream anime streaming platforms these days provide dubbed or subbed anime to cater to audiences in different countries and regions. Although services like Crunchyroll, Funimation, Netflix, and Hulu give options to turn on/off subtitles on some anime, it is still impossible to download a raw one from them, which partly applies to these popular free streaming websites like 9anime, as well.
To download raw anime, the best solution is using torrents. A few torrents websites have raw anime and MKV anime episodes with soft subtitles that can be disabled easily. So the following introduces such 7 torrent websites for you. More updated information for anime fans: Upcoming Anime l Best Anime for Learning Japanese l Sites to Download Subtitles l How to Watch Anime Together with Friends
Anidex is another devoted Japanese media tracker for anime, live action, manga, music, application, games, etc. Different from the websites introduced above, Anidex has a large catalog of subbed anime series and films in MKV format, instead of raw anime torrents. So if you only want to watch anime without subtitles, there are plenty of anime episodes for selection on Anidex.
WonderFox Free HD Video Converter Factory is a practical tool to deal with anime with hardcoded subtitles, as well. It is capable of removing subtitles from videos by cutting and adding new elements. You can also use it to add subtitles and extract subtitles from video as parted files.
I am looking for a good torrentkim alternative. Too bad that site got taken down because I remember it was quite nice. Now I have to find one or more korean drama torrenting sites with eng subtitles. Your list of korean movie torrenting sites is helpful and seeing as you said DramaGo is the best I guess I should start with that, no? Thanks for the list, Jan.
In mid-1980, Cowley's mix was released with the title "I Feel Love / I Feel Megalove" and subtitle "The Patrick Cowley MegaMix", but only on a limited vinyl pressing by the DJ-only subscription service Disconet. Since this pressing was not available to the general public for commercial sale, it became highly sought after by collectors. In 1982, it was released as a 12" single in the UK market by Casablanca, backed with an 8-minute edited version. With this wider release, "I Feel Love" became a dance floor hit again, five years after its debut. A further-edited 7" single reached number 21 on the UK Singles Chart.
Movie and TV Series are a great way of relaxation and has become a part of leisure time for the majority. Are you a big movie or TV Series buff? If yes, you must also watch videos in other languages that you have no idea of. Or in English maybe, where many a time, the dialogues said by the characters could be a little hard to follow or catch up. For that, you must be searching very hard on the internet for that proper and perfect subtitles file.
3. After that, click on Online subtitles.4. Now, you will be offered a long list of subtitles for your movie. You can tick the checkbox and tap on Download.5. And there you have it, the subtitle will be applied to the movie automatically.
3. Now, just navigate to the folder where you have stored the SRT file and select it.4. Finally, the subtitle will be added to the move and now you can enjoy it without any issue.
Install (Free, offers in-app purchases)2. GMT SubtitlesGMT Subtitles is a completely free-to-use app without any kind of ads. The app will search for all the videos on your phone and display them on the main interface. From there, all you need to do is tap on the video for which you need subtitles and they will be immediately displayed.If you think you got the wrong subtitles (a rare thing), you can also manually search for the title of the video and grab the right file. It can also look for videos in the folders shared over your network. This means even if the video is on another device, you can still get its subtitles.Install (Free, offers in-app purchases)
Subtitle Downloader is an ad-supported app with a premium version that unlocks all features. The free version is actually quite limited, but the paid version is definitely worth the money. Like other apps, it will also automatically search for all the videos on your phone, but the manual search feature is only available in the paid version.The app will search for the subtitles for you and you can easily download them with a single tap. Furthermore, it also has the option to rename a video file to get accurate results. The best feature of this app is that it can download subtitles in bulk, but this feature is part of the paid version. With a single tap, subtitles of all your videos will be downloaded.Install (Free, offers in-app purchases)Automatically Add Subtitles and Enjoy Your Favorite MoviesSo these are the 4 best ways you can add subtitles and sync them with movies instantly. Personally, I use VLC as it supports both automatic and manual methods and there are customizable options too. Not to mention, there are no ads whatsoever. Anyway, that is all from us. But what about you? Do tell us about your favorite method and which one do you find more reliable.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ).push();TAGSandroid appsmoviessubtitles14 Commentsfreestar.config.enabled_slots.push( placementName: "beebom_sidebar_right_4", slotId: "beebom_sidebar_right_4" );
Some media players are known to be either incompatible to show subtitles while others show subtitles out of sync. If you are using a device like Apple TV, Android, or Xbox One to watch your media, it is recommended to first update your software.
Additionally, you can adjust the timing offset of a text-based subtitle file like .SRT. But if a movie comes with embedded subtitles (or image-based subtitles), there is nothing Plex can do to offset these subtitles.
So, to me, it doesn't have anything to do with being "accurate" to the Japanese script. Nah. Who really cares? Shin-chan, Ghost Stories, and even the forthcoming Samurai Pizza Cats are gonna have authentic subtitle tracks, slavishly translated from the Japanese script. That's still there - the parody dubs haven't taken that part away. My problem just comes from snobbery and elitism and all those other things people often accuse me of being. I have no beef, qualm, or quarrel with parody dubs as a conceit. Hell, I mean, as a comedy guy, I'm sure that writing a parody dub would be a lot of fun! But I'm not going to presume that I could somehow do any "better" than anyone else. (Especially not somebody like Evan Dorkin. Jesus.) I have those same basic instincts to just make a silly joke-filled, reference-heavy script.
I can't count the number of animes that have been "ruined" (in my opinion) by dubbing (partly due to my horrible memory). Have you ever watched an anime in Japanese, and then in English? The voices seldom fit the feel of the originals. And for heart-wrenching shows like Clannad, in which Sunohara Yōhei's voice seemed like a normal guy in Japanese, they decided to use some kooky pipsqueaked voice for the English version, ruining any compassion you might have had for that character in later episodes where they delved into his life a bit more. I wish I could say that was the worst example of voice screwups I've come across, but sadly, no. Getting the original feel of the show (the way the original creators intended) is all but impossible without hearing the original, and since EXTREMELY few people know Japanese, subtitles are all but necessary to see the original vision of the anime, the way the creator intended it.
I know you're thinking that we could just watch the subtitles on the DVD when they are released in the states, and I do. I, unlike my sub-watching brethren, am a patient man (probably more than I ought to be). But the problem is, that even the subs are ruined, because they were done by the same people who ruined the dubs!
And one more thing about English release subs, is that they are often not as good as the fansubs. Referencing Clannad again, the fansub I watched was not only more accurate than the DVD release, and faithful to the original script, but it also offered captions at the top, whenever a cultural reference was used in a situation or in a joke. In the English translation subtitles, they simply changed it to something that English-speaking people would understand, but then the meaningfulness of the reference was lost, or the joke no longer made sense, and people who didn't know would just mark it up to "those wacky Japanese and their strange sense of humor". Even the scene where they talk about changing Tomoyo's name over a dinner conversation (which was comically wacky in Japanese) left me dry in the English version, when the translated it differently, losing the comedy of the situation slightly.
Whether you like it or not, the subtitles on a commercially-released DVD are translated and edited by professionals, while fansubs are done by hobbyists. I'm not saying that either the professionals nor the hobbyists are above reproach, but as a non-Japanese speaker, the sticking point for me is that the DVDs, with the "professional" translation, have the rubber stamp of approval from the Japanese licensors and creative staff. The fansubs don't. The whole notion that a fansub will have a more honest appraisal of the Japanese creators' "true intentions" is false. A different interpretation, sure. But never "more accurate." 041b061a72