Posted by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020
It's a fact that videos with subtitles can actually bring better viewing experience for both the healthy and the hearing-impaired. But it's often the case that many online movies and TV shows have no subtitles or wrong subtitles. In this scenario, we introduce you a top-notch subtitle player to help you add subtitles to any video you like.
5KPlayer is an easy-to-use subtitle player which gives a straightforward way to automatically or manually add subtitles in *.srt, *.ass, *.ssa, *.sub, etc. to online movies and TV shows, meeting all your demands for free video subtitles. Just download it and have a try!
Version 4.6 of 5KPlayer, subtitles will automatically load in initialized settings, meaning that this subtitle player will automatically add the subtitles to your video if you have the subtitle folder on your computer. If you want to manually add subtitles to videos, you can follow the guide below:
Now, with perfect subtitles in hand, let's figure out how to add subtitles to a movie/TV show with our best free subtitle player.
Step 1: Download this free subtitle player for Mac/PC;
Tips: To successfully do the job of adding subtitles, please make sure you have downloaded the right version.
Step 2: Click "Video" button to open the video file with 5KPlayer;
Step 3: Hit subtitle icon on the top right corner of the video playback interface and click "Load subtitle file", or you can also right click on the playback interface and select subtitle to add your SRT/ASS/SSA/SUB subtitle files.
Note: There are chances that the external subtitles you add may lag behind or lead ahead the playing video. If so, just right click on this free subtitle player and choose "Synchronization" to adjust.
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