Download Subtitles Automatically - BS.Player

There are a numerous times when you're watching a Hollywood flick or a TV show, and the dialogues are delivered so fast or in a really different accent, that it becomes very difficult to catch up what actually is going on. Subtitles can be very helpful in such cases. But what do you do when you don't have the subtitles? This post discusses about a software called BS.Player, which is a solution to this problem.

What really is BS.Player?

To start off, BS.Player is a Windows platform based multimedia player that supports all popular video and audio media file types, containers and formats such as, DivX, Xvid, avi, mpg, mpeg-1, mpeg-2, mpeg-4, 3ivx, YouTube streaming video, AVC HD (avchd player), QT QuickTime mov, RM Real media, OGM, Matroska , mkv, asf, wmv, DV, m1v, m2v, mp4, mpv, swf, vob and wav, mpa, mp1, mp2, mp3, Ogg, aac, DTS, Dolby Surround, Dolby digital DD 5.1 - AC3, aif, ram, wma, flv (Flash and YouTube Video) and much more.

Download subtitles for any media - Automatically

What sets it apart from the other multimedia players on the web, is that it enables the users to watch video content with subtitles from many popular subtitle formats (SubRip .srt, MicroDVD .sub, VobSub .sub + .idx, etc.). It can automatically search and download missing subtitles for currently playing video, if available.  

Versions available

There are two versions available of BS.Player. One is the Free version, and the other is the PRO version. There isn't much difference between the two except that the PRO version supports DVD playback and allows users to play and save YouTube videos on the hard drive.  You don't have to pay anything for the Free version, but the PRO version costs 29.9 Euros. Although it's not necessary to buy the PRO version, as the Free version carries out most of the tasks.

Innumerable other features

There are several other feature that BS.Player provides, such as resolution changing, capture frame from video, external audio file support (adding another audio file to the video), command line support, pan-scan and custom pan-scan support, custom aspect ratios, playlist support and many more. So, the next time you feel that the characters in your movie are delivering the dialogues way too fast, you know what to look for.


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