How Can You Add Subtitles To A Movie And Video On VLC Player?


  • The VLC player is a free and open source developed by the VideoLAN project. The VLC player can play audio and video from just about any source without the need for additional codec; it has been featured with advanced tools and options to help you get the best possible playback quality. Most of the times you may like to play movies and videos with subtitles. This blog is going to help you insert subtitles on the VLC media player.

  • How to Add Subtitles via Menu Settings for a Latest Version of VLC Player?
  • To add subtitles to a movie or video for the latest version of VLC Player, follow the instructions given below:
  • 1.     First of all, you need to open a video with the latest version of VLC player.
  • 2.     Select the Subtitle option. You will see it at the top of the menu.
  • 3.     Select the Add Subtitle File option.
  • 4.     Then you will need to select your subtitle file of a particular video.
  • 5.     Tap on the Open button.
  • 6.     And now you can enjoy your video with the subtitles.

  • How to Add Subtitles via Menu Settings for an Older VLC Player?
  • To add subtitles to a movie or video for an older version of VLC Player, follow the instructions given below:
  • 1.     Ensure that you have the subtitle track of the movie or video on your PC. If you don’t have, you can download it from the internet.
  • 2.     Start playing your video or movie on VLC player.
  • 3.     Now you need to tap on the Video button located in the menu bar.
  • 4.     Then you will have to select the Subtitle Track option.
  • 5.     And then select the Open file button.
  • 6.     Now you will have to select the Subtitle file of that particular video or movie.
  • 7.     Then tap on the Open button.
  • 8.     And now you can start watching your movie or video with the subtitles.

  • How to Add Subtitles by Renaming the File for Both Versions?
  • To add subtitles to a movie or video for both versions, follow the instructions given below:
  • 1.     Place the subtitle track in the same folder where the movie is. Save the subtitle track here.
  • 2.     Then you will need to rename the subtitle file by copying the same name of the video file.
  • 3.     Play the video with rename.
  • 4.     The subtitles will automatically appear in the video when you open it.
         Micheal Ricky is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Samuel has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as  office.com/setup






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