If you’re hard of hearing or just want to watch content silently, you can turn on subtitles on Kodi with this simple guide.
If you’re already a regular user of Kodi, you’ll know how great it is. It’s extremely
easy to customise and, if you select the right combination of add-ons and skins, you
can get exactly what you want. The only issue? As you’d expect from a free piece of
open software, Kodi sometimes lacks polish, including simple features you usually take for
granted, such as subtitles. Make sure you’re running the latest version of Kodi, so you’re
protected from a recent hack attack delivered through infected subtitles.
1.Choose language and service
From the Kodi home screen, go to Settings, Player and then select Language. Scroll
down to the right-hand panel and set the language to English.
Go to the next option, Default TV show service, and select it. Select Get more and then choose OpenSubtitles.org. Repeat for the Default Movie service.
2 Log in to service
To use OpenSubtitles.org, you’ll need a user account, which you can create for free at
opensubtitles.org. Click the Register button, fill out the form and create a free account.
You have to verify your registration, so watch out for the incoming email, and then click the contained link and log into the website.
Back in Kodi, go to Add-ons, My Add-ons, All and find OpenSubtitles.org. Right-click the
entry and select Configure.
Now enter your username and password and click OK.
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3. Turn on subtitles
When you’re watching a video, click on the subtitles icon at the bottom right and then
click the Download button. In the new dialog box, select OpenSubtitles.org. You’ll see
several different subtitle options, so pick the one with the best star rating.
Occasionally the text isn’t exactly in sync with the onscreen dialogue. When this happens, click on the subtitles icon again and then select Subtitle Offset. With this, you can bring the text forward or backward until it’s lined up with what’s happening onscreen.
It’s worth noting that OpenSubtitles.org, as its name suggests, is a free service.
This means that there will be rare instances when the service doesn’t work perfectly. When this happens, and you’re desperate for subtitles, we suggest cycling through
the other providers listed in the home screen settings menu.
Hope my article “How to get subtitles on Kodi” helps you to get subtitles on Kodi. if you have any query, feel free to comment.