Google2SRT allows you to download, save and convert multiple subtitles and translations from YouTube and Google Video to SubRip (.srt) format, which is recognized by most video players. You can download XML subtitles or simply type video's URL, Google2SRT will do the rest.
- Download YouTube subtitles - Closed Captions (CC)
- Convert YouTube subtitles to SRT (SubRip)
- Download YouTube subtitle translations
- Download YouTube ASR (Automatic Speech Recognition) subtitles and their translations
- Download multiple YouTube subtitles and translations at once
- Proxy support
Thanks for your messages. i already use google2srt-0.7 i try to install google2srt-0.7.1.msi but it doesn't work. OS: Win 8 x64 i removed google2srt-0.7 then i try to install google2srt-0.7.2.msi i got same error message. it doesn't run. OS: Win 8 x64 "This installation package could not be opened. Contact the application vendor to verify that this is a valid Windows Installer package." My Verified Java Version: Completion checkmark Congratulations! You have the recommended Java installed (Version 8 Update 31).
Great program. 2 things it lacks: - auto-complete name from video title - remember last save location
27/04/2014, @el-gallinazo, please ensure latest Java version is installed on your system. Other Mac OS X users reported no issues when double-clicking Google2ST.jar. If you really needed this application for a project I am pretty sure you found the way to run it. 18/10/2010, Answering the one who reported "<YouTube URL>/user/sba#p/a/u/1/8G10w7DaSgU": You have to paste in the software the YouTube video URL, not a channel URL. For example, for your video: <YouTube URL>/watch?v=8G10w7DaSgU
"c. If you use another system, you should run on a shell or similar this command: "java -jar Google2SRT.jar". I hope MacOS users could forgive me..." I am a Mac user who doesn't forgive you because I really needed this app for a project. The UNIX command goes nowhere, but I forgot all my UNIX 20 years ago anyway.