Linux Mint 18 “Sarah” Cinnamon 3.0 Edition introduces A new project called “X-Apps”
Xed is based on Pluma and acts as the default text editor.
Xviewer is based on Eye of GNOME and acts as the default image viewer.
Xreader is based on Atril and acts as the default document and PDF reader.
Xplayer is based on Totem and acts as the default media player for music and videos.
Pix is based on gThumb, which is an application to organize your photos.
To downlaod subtitles from OpenSubtitles.org
View->Subtitles->Download Movie subtitles.
A window will appear from where you can select the language that you want and click Find. It will show you available subtitles from OpenSubtitles.org. Pick the one that best matched your source and click on the “
Play with Subtitle” button. Now you can enjoy the movie/TV series with the subtitles of your language!
Yep, weired that the subtitle isn’t downloaded where the video file is. So you can’t play that movie/TV series on other players or transfer to watch on TV or use with Media server like Plex. Actually XPlayer downloads subtitles with the help of Subtitle Downloader plugin and this plugin doesn’t give you option to select subtitle download location. However
Xplayer is based on Totem
and for Totem opensubtitles plugin
Downloaded subtitle files are cached (in ~/.cache/totem/subtitles, by default) so that they do not need to be downloaded again when playing the movie again. When downloading new subtitles for a movie, any previously downloaded subtitles for that movie are deleted.
So I looked around and found the cached subtitles at
You are Welcome!