A large part of well-known motion pictures come out in English, but we’re not all that familiar with it, or the voice can’t really be distinguished because of sound interference. This is where subtitles come in handy, and applications like SubCrawler want to help you easily grab those you need with a few mouse clicks.
The application takes only a little while to get installed on your system, and before you know it, the set of features is put at your disposal. However, you need to make sure Java Runtime Environment is also installed on the computer you want to use the program, since it was built on this platform.
|Crack size||~ 500KB|
Upon launch, the main window shows up in its simplistic design that lets anyone accommodate in a jiffy. Most of the space is taken up by the list of results and download session, while a side panel gives you the possibility to choose sources, as well as write down movie details to search for. In case the design doesn’t quite fit with your desktop theme, there are several styles you can pick from the options menu.
SubCrawler comes with a list of places on the web where you can grab subtitles from. Unfortunately, you can’t add your own preferred sites, but you can choose not to search on some. In case you have an associated account, you can edit settings to add your own credentials.
Searching is done pretty by filling in at least one field in the preferences panel. As such, you can just opt for title, but there’s also the possibility to include frame rate, language, format, size, and number of CDs. Result is retrieved pretty fast, but this mostly depends on your connection type.
When retrieved, subtitles are enlisted along with language, contributor, and the website grabbed from. Downloading is easily done, with all elements shown in a dedicated panel. Sadly, you can’t have the download destination opened directly, so you need to use the File Explorer built in Windows.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that SubCrawler Keygen really comes in handy when you want to watch a show or movie, but sound is not actually in your favor, or language for that matter. Although it feels a little rough around the edges, it manages to get the job properly done, living up to expectations.
Simone, 29 August 2017
thanks for SubCrawler serial
Sophia, 17 April 2017
awesome! love it
Ginevra, 05 March 2017
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