oss wrote:the best way is to use some program for download.
oss wrote:We limit 200 subtitles per season for obvious reasons (we create ZIP in real time and it is quite high load for server). So either you select just 1 language and try to download
Firstly, those programs mentioned are very light and not resource hungry, the Spartan shouldn't have any problems using it. If you had other reasons to not use the program, then fair enough.
scooby007 wrote:Those 211 subtitles for season 1 are all in English, not all other languages. So you can't filter them any further.
scooby007 wrote:You can use the search field in many different ways. Dragging and dropping your video file in the search field will give you actual subs that are synced to that release, as long as a hash is submitted for that video. Pasting an IMDb ID in the search field and hitting enter. Or searching with the video release name also yields results. Until it is resolved, the fastest way would be is middle clicking on the episode names and opening them on separate tabs. Then just click on the subtitle filename that ends in ".srt" and that should download the .srt file without the .zip folder to your system.
Hope that helps for now.
Staniel_Poops wrote:It's just old. Also since Win 7 ended support I'm even more careful with adding programs.
Staniel_Poops wrote:By 'spartan" I just meant I've uninstalled all but bare bones software.
Staniel_Poops wrote:Ah, ok. That's unfortunate. I def don't need 211 subtitles, I just want one for each episode but thought I could do it with one click instead of 20 if I could only figure out how.
Staniel_Poops wrote:Cool, I did not know you could drag and drop. Thanks for the help.
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