What's New

Changes in 3.2.11:

  • Fixed a bug which could truncate some subtitles files (thanks to Simon Pantzare for the report).
  • Updates are now delivered over SSL.
  • Fixed a few minor crashes.

Changes in 3.2.10:

  • Version 3.2.9 release was corrupted. To avoid confusion, the new file with the corruption fixed has been renamed to 3.2.10.

Changes in 3.2.9:

  • Fixed another bug related to OpenSubtitles sign in.
  • Fixed several crashes.

Changes in 3.2.8:

  • Fixed OpenSubtitles sign in (broken in 3.2.7).

Changes in 3.2.7:

  • Fixed a bug which prevented some users from customizing languages

Changes in 3.2.6:

  • Fixed invalid default language affecting some users (thanks to Christer Hansen for the report).
  • Fixed crash on exit under some circumstances on OS X 10.7 and 10.8 (thanks to Tom Burke for the report).
  • Fixed several minor crashes.
  • General stability improvements.

Changes in 3.2.5:

  • Fixed a bug introduced in 3.2.4 which could cause the app to hang.
  • Fixed a bug in the settings window, which could cause a crash when adding a watched folder.
  • Fixed a cosmetic bug where the HI indicator overlapped the filename label.

Changes in 3.2.4:

  • Bugfix release. Several crashes fixed.

Changes in 3.2.3:

  • Fixed crash affecting the embedding on subtitles in videos on OS X versions prior to 10.10

Changes in 3.2.2:

  • Fixed several minor crashes.
  • Fixed a couple of bugs which could prevent some subtitles from being found.

Changes in 3.2.1:

  • Fixed several crashes on Mac OS X prior to 10.10

Changes in 3.2:

  • Added support for embedding and burning subtitles into videos
  • Added support for preferring subtitles for the hearing impaired
  • Added indicator for subtitles with annotations for the hearing impaired
  • Fixed several issues which could result in false positives when downloading subtitles
  • Fixed several minor crashes

Changes in 3.1:

  • Added support for appending the language code or name to subtitle files
  • Added support for downloading subtitles in multiple languages at once
  • Added support for re-encoding the subtitle files in another encoding
  • Added menu bar icon, which allows hiding the app from the Dock
  • Fixed crash on El Capitan public beta
  • Fixed crash when adding many files at once
  • Fixed failure to download subtitles when adding many files at once
  • Fixed several other minor crashes

Changes in 3.0.6:

  • Fixed yet another bug when searching OpenSubtitles with a primary language other than English.

Changes in 3.0.5:

  • Fixed a bug which could prevent some results from OpenSubtitles from being found on systems configured with a main language different than English.

Changes in 3.0.4:

  • This is an emergency bugfix release to address some issues with OpenSubtitles. Please, update as soon as possible.
  • Fixed a bug which hangs the application when OpenSubtitles returns corrupt data.

Changes in 3.0.3:

  • Minor bugfix release.
  • Fixed three crashes.
  • Fixed a few corner cases which could cause subtitles to not be found.

Changes in 3.0.2:

  • Fixed a bug which prevented some subtitles in non-English languages to be found.
  • Change the language selection settings to make a newly added language the primary one.
  • Avoid falling back to English search when no subtitles can be found in the preferred languages.
  • Minor usability improvements (some hints and tooltips added).
  • Added a new menu item to manually check for updates (File -> Check for Updates…).

Changes in 3.0.1:

  • Fixed several crashes on OS X versions prior to 10.10.

Changes in 3.0:

Rewritten from the ground up, Subtitles 3.0 brings in a lot of new an exciting features.

  • Added support for monitoring folders and automatically download subtitles for them.
  • Upgraded all graphics to support retina displays.
  • Added even more sources for downloading subtitles.
  • Added support for selecting an arbitrary number of preferred languages.
  • Better support for multi-language users. Click on the subtitle details to show all available languages (from your preferred list) and switch the currently downloaded subtitles.
  • Added support for signing in to OpenSubtitles with your own acccount.
  • Fixed issues which prevented Subtitles from working when OpenSubtitles was down.
  • Subtitles now requires OS X 10.7.

Changes in 2.3:

  • Added more sources for downloading subtitles.
  • Subtitles now requires OS X 10.7 - Please, do not upgrade if you’re running 10.6
  • Subtitles is now a paid application. To show our support to our already existing users, Subtitles will be on sale for its first week as a paid application. Get it now and save 50%.

Changes in 2.2:

  • Added more sources for downloading subtitles.
  • Fixed an issue which caused special characters to be incorrectly displayed.
  • Fixed an issue which could download the wrong subtitles for some movies.

Changes in 2.1:

  • Fixed a few crashes.
  • New subtitles search system, supporting more sites.

Changes in 2.0:

  • Subtitles now runs on Windows too!
  • Better support for searching TV shows
  • Added a button to quickly swap the primary and secondary languages
  • Fixed a crash OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

Changes in 1.1:

  • Added support for dropping video files on the dock icon
  • Added support for opening video files with right click and selecting “Open With”
  • Added compatibility with OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

Changes in 1.0:

  • Initial release

Subtitles (com.albertogh.subtitles) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Software.com. The latest version that our users have reported running on their systems is Subtitles 3.2.11. The most popular version of this application used by our users is Subtitles 1.0.

Operating System: Mac

Minimum OS version: 10.7