FileBot is the ultimate tool for organizing and renaming your movies, tv shows or anime, and music well as downloading subtitles and artwork. It's smart and just works.
- - FileBot is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to OSCAR.
- - FileBot is the most popular commercial alternative to OSCAR.
OpenSubtitles.org was developed for easy downloading and uploading subtitles for movies.
- - OpenSubtitles.org is the most popular Web-based alternative to OSCAR.
- - OpenSubtitles.org is the most popular free alternative to OSCAR.
Subscene is a website where you can find subtitles for almost any movie or TV show in almost any language.
Caption takes the effort out of finding and setting up the right subtitles. A simple design, drag & drop search, and automatic downloading & renaming let you just start watching. Caption is multi-platform, open-source, and built entirely on web technology.
- - Caption is the most popular Open Source alternative to OSCAR.
This extension hasn't been updated since April 2017 but can still be downloaded.
SubDownloader is a program for automatic find and download/upload subtitles for your movies/series (MKV,MP4,AVI,etc).Discontinued
The software hasn't been updated since 2012 but can still be downloaded.
Submarine is a command-line program for searching and downloading the right subtitles for movies. Subtitles are searched based on movie file hashes and downloaded from online subtitle services. Downloaded subtitles are automatically renamed and saved next to corresponding files.
Last update is from May 2012.
With SubiT, you can download subtitles for your favorite movies and series by just right clicking them and executing SubiT.
The project is no longer developed. Last version, 2.2.5, released in September 2014, can be still downloaded from SourceForge and GitHub.
Mac and Windows app for automatically downloading subtitles for your movies and TV shows. Just drop your videos into Subtitles and let it do its magic. It doesn't matter if the files don't have the right name or the format they're in, Subtitles will always find the...