It used to be that the Windows Media Player was the only video player that supported the use of subtitles. You could only use them on DVDs or CDs, and even then not all of them were compatible. However, with the newer Windows operating systems you can use your DVDs or CDs as part of your multimedia system. This opens a whole new world of opportunities, such as being able to use any file in almost any media player, whether it's Windows Media Player or FireFox. Here are a few tips on transcoding your DVD or CD to include the proper subtitles.
Required: of course you must download and install the Opensubtitles MKVs Player software in order to follow this how-to guide. Once installed you will find that there are two types of player to choose from, the standard Windows version, which you can use without any transcoding, and the more advanced version, which allow you to use both the transcoded subtitles and the original audio/video files. The Opensubtitles MKVs player is very easy to set up, and should only take a few minutes of your time. Just follow the instructions on the screen to install it, and you're ready to go!
If you don't want to transcredit your video file, or you simply want to use the transcoded file wherever you want, this tool will do just that. You can drag and drop files from any media storage device on your hard drive, and even put them straight onto your iPod or FireWire device if they support it. And best of all, this amazing software doesn't cost you a penny - it's one of the cheapest ways to get Opensubtitles. It's just so simple to use, and so easy to turn into an Open Subtitles DVD Movie Players that you'll wonder why you ever paid anything for these great little gadgets.