How to Master Downloading Subtitles
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The current version of Media Center Master is 2.05. There are major changes to the program as to how it is represented in the wiki. The changes are on going and makes it difficult to up date the wiki.
As of December 11, 2012, for premium licensed users, only, Media Center Master has it's own, private, NZB Indexing Site. There is no additional account registration required to use the indexing service with Media Center Master. A complete Quick Set-up: Premium Version, Usenet Downloads guide is available in the wiki.
The biggest change in Version 2.04 took place were the "log," and "media summary" viewing area use to be. After adding media and clicking on a title from the media list, several tabs (i.e., Log, Summary, Metadata, and Files) will appear in the right side pane. More tabs are scheduled to be added in the future, such as: Media Info, Trailers/Subtitles, and a Episode Metadata Editor.
There have also been several changes made in the "Settings and Preferences" tabs. Some new tabs, and new settings have been added. The "Renaming" tab was changed to "Organization," and several of the old settings have been move from one tab to another. None of the settings have been removed from the program.
Version 1.32 is used for the examples in the wiki, unless otherwise noted. Although it may take a bit more work to find some settings, the wiki is still a valuable tool for a new user to get Media Center Master up and running. All of the settings used in the guides for a test run are still available, and should be used as described in the guides.
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If you need subtitles for your media, it couldn't be easier to do so. There are several ways to do this, however before you get started, be sure that you have a program and/or the necessary codecs installed. Subtitles get downloaded as a separate file usually with the extention ".srt".
Manual Download Method 1
If you don't want subtitles for all of your media, you may simply right click on the name of the title, and select "Download Subtitles".
Manual Download Method 2
Click on Tools, then Download Subtitles for all movies.
If you want all of your titles to have subtitles go to the Application menu, Settings and Preferences, Movies tab, and check the box that says "Download subtitles from Subscene.com". Select the language you would like. Please note that Subscene.com may or may not have the subtitle in the language you are looking for. You may also check the box for Using OpenSubtitles.org as a backup if you wish, although it is a little slow. If necessary you may also go directly to opensubtitles.org or similar websites to download what you are looking for manually. Be sure to rename the .srt file exactly the same as your media minus the extention. Example: Movie.avi should have a subtitle called movie.srt