Here is a specially tailored application for uploading subtitles with movie hash to the OpenSubtitles website – the OpenSubtitles Uploader.
Downloading and Using OpenSubtitles Uploader:
You can just visit the Github page here and download the application.
After downloading the application, launch the Opensubtitles Uploader.
Now, you can either browse for your video file or just drag and drop the file into the application. If the subtitles file is also present in the same link, it will be detected automatically. Otherwise, you can choose them yourself.
All the details of the video like the File name, OSDB Hash, Size of the file in bytes, IMDB ID, FPS, Total time in ms, Number of frames, etc. will be filled up and even if you do not know the IMDB ID for the video file, you can search for it from the application itself.
Go ahead and click the upload file on the top left corner of the OpenSubtitles Uploader application. And yes, do not forget to log in to your OpenSubtitles account before that. so you will be able to edit and track your uploads.
If the file name or the hash is already present in the database, it will let you know. Finally when everything goes well, a pop-up box will appear saying “Subtitle was uploaded successfully”.
You can click the “Open in Browser” button and go to the webpage to view the subtitles being available. So now the subtitles will be ready for download!
This is one among the most easy and efficient way for uploading your subtitles to the Opensubtitles database. So definitely do not forget to give it a try.
Watch video guide:
If you want to help OpenSubtitles community by translating OpenSubtitles Uploader, please follow this link on GitHub.
Opensubtitles Uploader uploads to the OpenSubtitles API. Enjoy the free subtitles service of opensubtitles and if you like it, consider making a small donation.
Start the discussion at forum.opensubtitles.com
wow very evrthing
will you do batch processing somewhen?
The uploader is very nice! Just one remark, when you click on “send” nothing happens. If the website is not reachable, it may take some time to respond, thus I suggest that something happen when you click on the button in order to warn the user that the subtitle are indeed being uploaded.
Want to know before uploading..If we upload ,then what about copyright issues…??
just keep it anonymous, you should be ok
It wil not open on my iMac 2012
time to upgrade OSX.
I have tried to upload an SRT file on both the uploader and the website and it just says that the format is not supported!
(and that the only file formats supported is : SRT, SUB, SMI, SSA)
BUT it is a SRT file format so why won’t it upload? works fine on my PC in VLC media player
you can send subtitles to us, so we can have a look what is wrong