Posted by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020
Windows Media Player subtitles problems you meet fall into 3 categories basically:  To show/hide the Windows Media Player subtitles of a video  To add external subtitles to Windows Media Player  To solve Windows Media Player subtitles not working problem or sync problems. This article troubleshoots your problems in detail at first, and offers a table of top-quality subtitle download websites for you to find more suitable subtitle files in .srt, .sub., .ass and more.
Windows Media Player subtitles has limited functionalities - well it's understandable - Windows users enjoy the simplicity of using the basic media player that gets general jobs done. But for you, who keeps reading here, basic jobs can't be enough. Want to play with Windows Media Player subtitles and play them well? Try 5KPlayer that can add subtitles, solve subtitles not in sync and more problems easily!
With how to add subtitles to Windows Media Player detailed above, here's the tutorial to fix subtitles not in sync with video.
Step 1: Start playing the video in 5KPlayer whose subtitles do not sync with videos in Windows Media Player.
Step 2: Right click on the playback area of this subtitle master, click "Synchronization".
Step 3: Drag the float mark to adapt the progress rate according to your subtitle sync condition, and you will find the media playback perfect after simple operations.
Windows Media Player subtitles problems, some of which easily done with WMP itself, takes this best free video player to handle once and for all. With regard to more Windows Media Player playback errors, you can all resort to this Windows Media Player alternative to obtain more Windows Media Player codecs to revamp viewing experience.
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