How to Download an SRT File

By Andrew Meer

Subtitles for movies and videos are contained in various file formats, and “SRT" is one such file format. SRT files are supported by a range of media players, including the KMPlayer and the DIVX Plus Player. Most SRT files are available as free downloads, and a search on an online subtitle directory will almost always get you to a download link.

Opensubtitles.org

Step 1

Use your web browser to go to the Opensubtitles.org (see Resources).

Step 2

Type the name of a video or movie followed by the word “SRT” into the search box at the top of the website. Press “Enter” to search for the SRT file.

Step 3

Click on a search result that comes up and follow the onscreen instructions to download the SRT file.

Mysubtitles.org

Step 1

Use your web browser to go to the Mysubtitles.org (see Resources).

Step 2

Type the name of a video or movie followed by the word “SRT” into the search box at the top of the website. Click “Go” or press the “Enter” key to search for the SRT file.

Step 3

Click on a search result that comes up and follow the onscreen instructions to download the SRT file.

Allsubs.org

Step 1

Use your web browser to go to the Allsubs.org website (see Resources).

Step 2

Type the name of a video or movie followed by the word “SRT” into the search box at the top of the website. Click “Search” or press the “Enter” key to search for the SRT file.

Step 3

Click on the download link next to a search result and follow the onscreen instructions to download the SRT file.