Freeware Open Subtitle Translator to Translate Movie Subtitles Between Different Languages

Written By Sam on 23 August 2009

If you are a movie freak and love to watch foreign movies then subtitles in your language will help you to understand the movie better. But if you were not able to find subtitles in your language then you can try out a subtitle translator. Subtitles Translation Tools will help you to convert the subtitles from foreign language to your own language. Open Subtitle Translator is one such tool which will help you to convert subtitles between different languages.


Open Subtitle Translator is a Freeware program which will translate SRT subtitle files. This program uses the Google Language Tools to translate subtitle files. Open Subtitle Translator works translating SRT subtitle files line by line by sending the speaks to the Google language tools and filling the with the new one translated. Open Subtitle Translator is developed in java so you can run this application if you have got Java Runtime Environment on your machine.

With Open Subtitle Translator you can translate subtitles from Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish to English. There are also other translation options available for you.

Download Open Subtitle Translator

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5 Responses to “Freeware Open Subtitle Translator to Translate Movie Subtitles Between Different Languages”

  1. I would be cautious of a SOFTWARE doing direct translation … I believe for it to be a true translation you need SOME human input.

    • Samrat P says:

      @Spanish Translator

      Though software translation is not accurate.. Its faster and cost effective… Human input is always better but many cannot afford it!!

  2. Clint says:

    Thanks for the info on the subtitle translator! People email me all the time about different tools that can be used in language learning and this sounds like a great tool. Plus, there are a ton of different good foreign movies out there which could at least be understandable with this tool.

  3. I would recommend try the Dynamic Subtitle Translator to the list too. It’s web-based (no need to download and install any application), amazing translation speed ( have to try it to believe it), provides online sub-title editing, and is tightly integrated with Dynamic Language Tools; providing the instant translation, transliteration and dictionary lookup during sub-title editing.

    Give it a try and share you feedback:

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