Introduction is a small Linux software written in python, built to help you quickly find and download subtitles for your favorite videos. It can be used as a nautilus script, or as a regular application working under GNOME or KDE desktop environments. You can also use it in full CLI (Command Line Interface) mode!

The subtitles search is done by precisely identifying your videos files, not by using filename but by generating a unique hash signature from your files. This way, you have more chance to find the exact subtitles corresponding to your videos, avoiding synchronization problems between the subtitles and the soundtrack.

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Start subtitles search

Download selected subtitles

Enjoy your subtitled video! Enjoy your subtitled video!

If multiple subtitles are available, just pick one from the list! Multiple subtitles selection

You can even enables more infos on the selection windows: Custom subtitles selection

Use OpenSubtitlesDownload to search for subtitles in different languages simultaneously: Multiple languages

Quick installation

Quick installation as a nautilus script, under GNOME 3 desktop environment:

$ git clone
$ mkdir -p ~/.local/share/nautilus/scripts/
$ cp OpenSubtitlesDownload/ ~/.local/share/nautilus/scripts/
$ chmod u+x ~/.local/share/nautilus/scripts/

Full installation



You can download the latest developer version with the "downloads" buttons on the header of this page, or you can find various versions of the script on the download page of the wiki, with changelogs and everything!


Adjust various settings

After the installation you can adjust several settings to make an even better experience suiting your every needs! Learn more on the Adjust settings wiki page.

Available settings includes:


License is a free software released under the GPL v3 license