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The Ultimate Guide to Download YouTube Subtitles and Videos Together


How to Download YouTube Videos with Subtitles




Subtitles are text versions of the audio in a video. They can help you understand what is being said, especially if the speaker has a strong accent, speaks too fast, or uses unfamiliar words. Subtitles can also make YouTube videos more accessible for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, or who speak a different language.




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Downloading YouTube videos with subtitles can be useful for many reasons. You can watch them offline, save them for later, share them with others, or use them for educational purposes. However, downloading YouTube videos with subtitles is not as straightforward as downloading regular videos. You need to use some special methods and tools to get the subtitles along with the video.


In this article, we will show you three different ways to download YouTube videos with subtitles. We will explain the steps, pros, and cons of each method, and provide some screenshots and images to help you follow along. By the end of this article, you will be able to choose the best method for your needs and enjoy your favorite YouTube videos with subtitles anytime, anywhere.


Method 1: Copying Transcripts from YouTube




Steps




This method involves copying and pasting the transcript of subtitles from YouTube to a text document. You can then save the text document as a TXT or SRT file and use it with any video player that supports subtitles. Here are the steps:



  • Navigate to a YouTube video with subtitles. Go to [15]( in a web browser and use the search bar at the top or other options to find a video that has subtitles. To see if a video has subtitles, play the video and click the icon that resembles a box with "CC" in the bottom right corner of the video playback. If the video has subtitles, you will see them on screen. Most YouTube videos have auto-generated transcripts. However, the transcript may not be 100% accurate in some cases.



  • Click below the video. It's the icon with three dots below the video playback on the right. This displays a pop-up menu.



  • Click Open Transcript. It's the second option in the pop-up menu that appears when you click the menu icon below the video. This opens a transcript of the video in a window to the right of the video.



  • Click followed by Toggle Timestamps (Optional). If you don't want the timestamps to appear next to each line of text in the transcript, you can click the icon with three dots above the window with the transcript and to the right. Then click Toggle Timestamps to turn them off.



  • Open a new text document. Use any text editor of your choice to open a new, blank text document. You can use Not epad, WordPad, Microsoft Word, Google Docs, or any other text editor you prefer.



  • Copy and paste the transcript to the text document. Select the entire transcript in the window to the right of the video by clicking and dragging your mouse over it. Then press Ctrl+C or Command+C to copy it. Next, switch to the text document and press Ctrl+V or Command+V to paste it.



  • Save the text document as a TXT or SRT file. Click File and select Save As. Then choose a location to save the file and enter a name for it. Make sure to add .txt or .srt at the end of the file name. For example, you can name it "video-subtitles.txt" or "video-subtitles.srt". Then click Save.



  • Use the text file as subtitles for the video. Download the video from YouTube using any method you like. Then open the video with a video player that supports subtitles, such as VLC Media Player, Windows Media Player, or QuickTime Player. Drag and drop the text file onto the video playback or use the options in the video player to load the subtitles. You should see the subtitles on screen as you watch the video.



Pros and Cons




This method is simple and free, and it works for any YouTube video that has subtitles. However, it has some drawbacks as well. For instance:



  • The transcript may not be accurate or complete, especially if it is auto-generated by YouTube.



  • The transcript may not match the timing or formatting of the subtitles on screen.



  • The transcript may not include any special effects, colors, fonts, or styles that are used in the subtitles on screen.



  • The transcript may not support multiple languages or translations that are available in the subtitles on screen.



Method 2: Using a Subtitle Downloader




Steps




This method involves using a subtitle downloader website or software to download subtitles from YouTube in TXT or SRT format. You can then use them with any video player that supports subtitles. Here are the steps:



  • Navigate to a YouTube video with subtitles. Go to [15]( in a web browser and use the search bar at the top or other options to find a video that has subtitles. To see if a video has subtitles, play the video and click the icon that resembles a box with "CC" in the bottom right corner of the video playback. If the video has subtitles, you will see them on screen.



  • Copy the URL of the YouTube video. Click the address bar at the top of your web browser and press Ctrl+C or Command+C to copy the URL of the YouTube video.



  • Go to a subtitle downloader website or software. There are many websites and software that can help you download subtitles from YouTube videos. Some examples are [14]( [13]( [12]( [11]( and [10]( You can use any one of them or search for others online.



  • Paste the URL of the YouTube video and select your options. Depending on which website or software you use, you may have different options to choose from. For example, you may be able to select the language of the subtitles, the format of the subtitles (TXT or SRT), and whether you want to download only subtitles or both subtitles and video.



  • Click Download or Start or any other button that initiates the download process. Wait for the download to finish and save the subtitle file to your computer. You may also see a preview of the subtitles or a link to the video file if you chose to download both.



  • Use the subtitle file as subtitles for the video. Download the video from YouTube using any method you like. Then open the video with a video player that supports subtitles, such as VLC Media Player, Windows Media Player, or QuickTime Player. Drag and drop the subtitle file onto the video playback or use the options in the video player to load the subtitles. You should see the subtitles on screen as you watch the video.



Pros and Cons




This method is easy and fast, and it works for most YouTube videos that have subtitles. However, it has some drawbacks as well. For instance:



  • You may need to visit different websites or software to find the one that works best for your video.



  • You may need to adjust the timing or synchronization of the subtitles with the video manually if they are not aligned properly.



  • You may not be able to download subtitles in multiple languages or translations that are available in the subtitles on screen.



  • You may encounter some ads, pop-ups, or malware on some websites or software that offer subtitle downloading services.



Method 3: Using a Video Downloader with Subtitle Option




Steps




This method involves using a video downloader website or software that can download YouTube videos with subtitles embedded or as separate files. You can then watch them with any video player that supports subtitles. Here are the steps:



  • Navigate to a YouTube video with subtitles. Go to [15]( in a web browser and use the search bar at the top or other options to find a video that has subtitles. To see if a video has subtitles, play the video and click the icon that resembles a box with "CC" in the bottom right corner of the video playback. If the video has subtitles, you will see them on screen.



  • Copy the URL of the YouTube video. Click the address bar at the top of your web browser and press Ctrl+C or Command+C to copy the URL of the YouTube video.



  • Go to a video downloader website or software with subtitle option. There are many websites and software that can help you download YouTube videos with subtitles embedded or as separate files. Some examples are [9]( [8]( [7]( [6]( and [5]( You can use any one of them or search for others online.



  • Paste the URL of the YouTube video and select your options. Depending on which website or software you use, you may have different options to choose from. For example, you may be able to select the quality, format, and size of the video, as well as the language and format of the subtitles (embedded or separate).



Click Download or Start or any other button that initiates edit or modify the subtitles after downloading them?


A: You can use any text editor or subtitle editor to edit or modify the subtitles after downloading them. Some examples of subtitle editors are [4]( [3]( [2]( and [1]( You can use any one of them or search for others online.


Q: How can I download YouTube videos with subtitles in multiple languages or translations?




A: You can use the video downloader with subtitle option method and select the language or translation you want from the available options. However, not all YouTube videos have subtitles in multiple languages or translations. You can also use the subtitle downloader method and download subtitles in different languages or translations separately, but you may need to rename them accordingly and load them manually with the video player.


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