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netizenk 18th March 2009 04:25 AM

Save auto-downloaded subs for off-line use

I was not able to find the downloaded subtitles for offline use. Can you please tell me where are the downloaded subtitles stored?


BSPeter 18th March 2009 10:50 AM

I think they are only downloaded in memory (for immediate use).
If you like to download and save subtitles you could have a look in my Help2Help-post (see my signature below) where somewhere in the middle (just above "MISCELLANEOUS" in really big blue characters) there are links to subtitle sites.

netizenk 18th March 2009 03:32 PM


Originally Posted by BSPeter (Beitrag 36546)
I think they are only downloaded in memory (for immediate use).

Wow, that's very inconvenient and renders the feature pretty much uselesss for me since my media center pc is not connected to the net...

Is there any chance of allowing users to save the srt file locally for offliine use in the next release?


BSPeter 18th March 2009 04:07 PM

Don't know. Will move this thread to requests forum.
For the time being (and as I also mentioned in my previous post) you could download from any of the websites as indicated in my Help2Help-post. [Unless the links are broken, but up to now nobody reported so.]

black_ps 19th March 2009 01:50 AM

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I don't think you can find them , but you can go in subtitle then Primary or secondary > subtitle editor and you can save it, Subtitle and Save Subtitle

BSPeter 19th March 2009 02:27 PM

Note this (obviously) only works for Pro-version as Subtitle editor is not present in free version.

black_ps 19th March 2009 04:13 PM

yes i know forget to tell about that


black_ps 23rd March 2009 03:39 PM

Hope we will find a option to save it more easy the subtitle for offline use in a next version maybe.


ciprianson 27th October 2009 06:31 PM

You can find downloaded subtitles in %Installation path%/Webteh/BSPlayer/Cache/
Rename file and copy to your movie folder ;)

BSPeter 28th October 2009 04:48 PM

A more complete and correct (for different Windows versions) answer was already given earlier:

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