In this article, we will talk about how to add custom subtitles to Netflix. The methods explained in this post is only for the Google Chrome (desktop) users. Netflix is now accessible in more than 190 nations around the world. In any case, the greater part of the content on Netflix is available only in the English language. Netflix provides subtitles in some different languages yet the number is less and doesn’t cover a large portion of its ESL crowd.
But, there are some free Chrome extensions which can come to the rescue for you. With these Chrome extensions, you can add custom subtitle files to Netflix. Some of them look through the subtitles on the web and some let you upload subtitles from your PC. They let you upload DFXP or STR files and add them to the video you’re watching on Netflix.
So, here they are.
Subtitles for Netflix:
As the name tells you, Subtitles for Netflix is a free Chrome extension to add custom subtitles to Netflix. With this extension, you can simultaneously load numerous subtitles on Netflix. You can either load the subtitles given by Netflix itself and can likewise add custom subtitle files. This extension supports DFXP and SRT files for subtitles.
When you load a subtitle using this Chrome extension, it provides different options to adjust and control the subtitles. On account of multiple subtitles, you can synchronize every one of the subtitles, delete, hide, or see each subtitle file. You can also change the text size and color for each caption individually and change their position on the screen too. This extension can be helpful for people who are learning foreign languages.
Substital is another free Chrome extension that enables you to add custom subtitles to videos on Netflix, and other websites like YouTube, Vimeo, and so forth. You can utilize this extension to easily load custom subtitles in Netflix. With this extension, you can look for subtitles on the web or you can upload subtitle files from your PC. It supports subtitles with SRT format and you can straightforwardly add a ZIP file containing the SRT file.
If the case of web search, essentially type your subtitle query and tap the applicable result to load that subtitle in Netflix. And, if you want to add a custom subtitle file, it consequently loads that in the video. After including the subtitles, you can alter its appearance also. You can change the text color, size, and can likewise include a custom text background color. This extension additionally gives you an option to manually synchronize your subtitles.
Super Netflix is the last free extension that also adds a cluster of features to Netflix on Chrome. With this extension, you can add custom subtitles, and do many other things like modify playback speed, change video quality, and that’s just the beginning. For adding custom subtitles, this extension supports only the DFXP files. Along these lines, on the off chance that you have an SRT file, you would need to convert it to DFXP first. You can do that using another website called SubFlicks or straightforwardly download the DFXP subtitles.
When you have the subtitles in the DFXP format, you can basically click the CC button on the Netflix playback screen and load the subtitle from there. This way you can without much of a stretch add custom subtitles to Netflix with this Chrome extension.
These are the 3 free extensions for Chrome which can be used to add custom subtitles to Netflix. With these extensions, you can experience the Netflix videos with your own territorial language.
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