We’ve had feedback from you asking how to add Subtitles in Plex and the answer is here with Subzero. What does SubZero do, and how do you get it?
Subtitles in Plex With Subzero: Features
Here we go:
- This channel builds upon the classic Subliminal.bundle, becoming even more then just a fork.
- Subzero downloads the best subtitles available, and implements them into Plex.
- Constantly being updated, well maintained.
- In the Plex Channel Directory, so easy installation.
- Good configuration and settings
As with any good subtitles channel, it relies on databases to supply the subtitles, it currently supports:
So, how do I get this?
Subtitles in Plex (Subzero) Install Guide
There are two methods of installing, automatic and manual. If you want it to be more simple, and auto-updating, use automatic, but if you are pedantic, go manual.
- Go to the channel section on your Plex Clients, and click Install Channel
- Go to All and find Subzero
- Click on Subzero and click install.
Voila! That is it, but if you prefer the manual..
- Go to your Plex Plug-ins folder, if you don’t know where that is, this may help.
- Remove older versions (
rm -r Sub-Zero.bundle)
- Download the current version from here
- Extract it
- Restart your Plex Media Server
Voila, Installed, but, once you have done that, you must set it up:
Configurating (courtesy of panni)
- go to
Settings -> Server -> Agents -> Movies/TV Shows
- select the metadata provider you use on your library, e.g.: Freebase (movies) or TheTVDB (series)
Sub-Zero Subtitles (TV/Movies)
- configure them
- refresh your library (or individual movies/TV shows)
So that is it. As always..
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