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SubDownloader is a program for automatic download/upload subtitles for videofiles (DIVX,MPEG,AVI,VOB,etc) and DVD's using fast hashing.

Providing a friendly interface, users have a better movie experience since searching for subtitles is no longer dull or boring. SubDownloader follows the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) priciple. You just want to watch a good movie, right?! So, subtitle searching and matching for your movies should be a simple task.

Features

* No spyware, no adware
* Fast hashing algorithm (27 GB movies/7 seconds)
* Recursively folders search
* Autodetect language of the subtitles
* Upload entire series seasons subtitles in less than 1 minute
* Many more...

Install SubDownloader in ubuntu

Download deb package from here once you have deb you can install by double clicking them or run the following command from the terminal

sudo dpkg -i subdownloader_2.0.14-1_all.deb

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6 Comments to “SubDownloader – Fast and Easy Subtitle Downloader”

  1. Kolmis says:

    Must test, this sounds good.

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  2. Cammaris says:

    Good app, to bad the servers are often down.

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  3. asd says:

    you can find thait in ubuntu software center also

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  4. CYREX says:

    I would so enjoy if there was an option to change from their opensubtitles database to another.Maybe even share the databases between several of them. Up to now i have uploaded maybe more than 100 subs even though most movies have a sub using subdownloader.

    If you like watching tv series, then this program is for you.

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  5. deepak says:

    Get this error:

    /usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/kaa/metadata/disc/cdrom.py:37: DeprecationWarning: the md5 module is deprecated; use hashlib instead
    import md5
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File “/usr/bin/subdownloader”, line 42, in
    import gui.main
    File “/usr/share/subdownloader/gui/main.py”, line 9, in
    from PyQt4 import QtCore, QtGui
    ImportError: No module named PyQt4

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  6. Patrick says:

    You can also test periscope, it support multiple database next to OpenSubtitles:
    http://code.google.com/p/periscope/

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