As long as there exists a subtitle for your film or TV-episode, don't despair if it is not in your preferred language:
- Download a subtitle in any language.
- Change the file extension from .srt to .txt
- Upload the file to 'onlinedoctranslator.com', or any similar service, choose the 'from' and 'to' languages, and press 'Translate'. Depending on the length of the file, you can download the translation a few seconds later.
Change the file extension of the downloaded file back from .txt to .srt
- This works because an .srt file is a simple text file with number and timing information added for each subtitle line.
- If the downloaded subtitle is in an .ass file (Advanced Substation Alpha) you could use 'Aegisub', or a similar program, to export the .ass file as .srt. (the .ass file is also a plain text file, but the associated script doesn't translate well)
'OnlineDocTranslator' uses Google Translate to perform the actual translation