Step 1 : Get a good video player
Step 2 : Now you need a codec to display subtitles in your video player.
Download and install DirectVobSub or VobSub - one of the most popular codec.
Though there are other codecs available over the internet but I prefer vobsub as its easy to customize and manage subtitles.
Step 3 : Next, search and download the subtitle that match your movie from these famous subtitle sites - www.divxsubtitles.net, www.subscene.com, www.mysubtitles.com and many more.
Step 4 : Place the downloaded subtitle in the movie folder.
Step 5 : Rename the subtitle as same as the movie name.
You are done. Now the subtitles should automatically load while watching movie. If not, then try to enable/provide source by right clicking on the codec icon found near the clock.
- Subtitle files are generally .srt or .sub and you can easily view/edit them through text editor like NotePad.
- Media Player Classic has inbuilt option for downloading and viewing subtitles.