Windows Media Player Native Subtitle Plugin 1.0

Windows Media Player Native Subtitle Plugin is a Microsoft Media Foundation subtitle filter that integrates seamlessly into Windows Media Player, allowing you to add external SRT subtitles to a movie that you’re watching using Windows Media Player.

With the release of Windows Vista, Microsoft Media Foundation was introduced as the eventual replacement of DirectShow. While Media Foundation features many enhancements and improvements, it still lacks native support for many common subtitle formats. Windows Media Player Native Subtitle Plugin, as the name suggests, is a neat and unobtrusive Windows Media Player subtitles plug-in, created to easily enable external subtitle files such as SRT in Windows Media Player without altering Media Foundation pipeline.

Simply run the installer, and Windows Media Player Native Subtitle Plugin is ready to go. Windows Media Player and Media Center will instantly recognize subtitles and closed-captioning files as playable. You won't need to make any adjustments or tweaks to enjoy your movies with external subtitles/closed captions immediately.

The installer automatically detects the version of your operation system, and then installs 64-bit or 32-bit version of WMP Native Subtitle Plugin accordingly. Before starting the installation, make sure that Windows Media Player Native is not running, or the WMPNativeSubtitle Plugin might not install properly. To access the plugin’s settings, first open Windows Media Player, select options, Plug-ins, and the Background sub-menu where yuo can access the WMPNativeSubtitle Plugin configuration.

Windows Media Player Native Subtitle Plugin Screenshot

Windows Media Player Native Subtitle Plugin

Latest version: 1.0 (15 May 2015)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
Download: (1.0 MB)

See also:
Local Subtitles for WMP
DirectShow Filter Manager

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