VLC Player is a popular and versatile media player that can play almost any video format. But did you know that you can also play two subtitles together in VLC Player This can be useful if you want to watch a movie with subtitles in two different languages, or if you want to learn a new language by comparing subtitles. In this article, we will show you how to play two subtitles together in VLC Player on Windows 10.
What You Need
To play two subtitles together in VLC Player, you will need the following:
A video file that you want to watch.
Two subtitle files that match the video file. You can download subtitle files from various websites, such as Subscene or OpenSubtitles. Make sure that the subtitle files have the same name as the video file, except for the language code at the end. For example, if your video file is called \"movie.mp4\", your subtitle files should be called \"movie.en.srt\" and \"movie.fr.srt\" for English and French subtitles.
The Subtitler Lite mod v1.3 extension for VLC Player. This is a VLC extension that displays subtitles on the screen in a playing video and a dialog box. It lets you watch a film with two different subtitles. To install it, download the .lua file and put it in the VLC subdirectory /lua/extensions, by default: C:\\Users\\YourUsername\\AppData\\Roaming\\vlc\\lua\\extensions.
The Key Presser app from Softpedia. This is a tool that simulates key presses on your keyboard. You will need it to refresh the Subtitler Lite extension so that it loads the second subtitle file.
How to Play Two Subtitles Together in VLC Player
Once you have everything you need, follow these steps to play two subtitles together in VLC Player:
Open the video file that you want to watch in VLC Player.
Add the first subtitle file (the primary subtitle) by going to Subtitle > Add Subtitle File or by dragging and dropping it onto the VLC window.
Go to View > Subtitle Lite on the toolbar. This will open a small window that displays the Refresh button. This button needs to be clicked constantly so that it loads the second subtitle file (the secondary subtitle).
Run Key Presser and select Subtitle Lite from the app list dropdown. In the Key field, select Enter from the dropdown. In the Time Interval field, enter 100ms. You might need to adjust this value depending on your video speed and subtitle sync. Click Start and make sure that the Subtitle Lite window is the active window on your screen.
Use the Win+Left arrow keyboard shortcut to snap VLC to the left and snap Subtitle Lite to the right when prompted. Resize VLC so that it takes up maximum space and Subtitle Lite takes up just a bit on the side.
Enjoy watching your video with two subtitles displayed simultaneously on the screen.
Playing two subtitles together in VLC Player is not a native feature, but it can be done with some tricks and tools. It can be useful for learning languages, watching foreign films, or simply enjoying subtitles in your preferred language. We hope this article helped you learn how to play two subtitles together in VLC Player on Windows 10. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment below. a474f39169