Now for windows. It's pretty basic and easy to operate, however it only has a home page. It is not all that great. The design rocks. Of all the sites we looked at, no one has a better design than the DivX! If you are looking for subtitle downloaders for DivX movies and DivX/Xvid movies, you can stop here. The files are zipped with WinZip. You may not survive without WinZip if you don't already have it.
If you are looking for subtitles for movies by the Disney or Lionsgate catalog, you will love this site. What makes it better than the other sites is that it is free, even for commercial use. You can use viewable ktm translated subtitles, and they are in a large variety of languages. It's also home to the hottest selection of Multitong dictionaries out there.
Here is another site for its functionality. They have a large selection of anime, manga, and general movies. In the picture you can see what anime and manga are currently available. You can choose what you want to view, and even playback style.
The site has options for signing up, and contains over 2,900 TV shows and 1,000 movies and TV shows with Windows Media Video added. Keep in mind that the legal sites we talked will often rip from the DVDs themselves, rather than Windows Media Video. These sites are more likely to contain more titles. To download the files you need to use the link you see on the right, which will automatically open WinRAR.
With XviD format, you can use either the Windows Media Player, or the XviD Player. To watch DivX subtitles on Windows Media Player, you need to install the Filter Plugin for Windows Media Player 2.0 (XviD Subclient). d2c66b5586