IceHunter did subtitles again.
If you’re new to SRT — subtitle files — as far as I have seen, they can be used with any video file, no matter what the resolution is. At least this is the case with the video player I use, which is vlc.
To use an SRT file, it must have the same name as the video file — but with SRT as the extension. The easiest way to accomplish this is to right-click on the video file, choose Rename, Copy the filename. Then right-click on the SRT file, choose Rename, Paste the video file name — and then change the extension to SRT (lower case — .srt). Be sure that the video file (mkv, avi, mp4) is in the same folder with the SRT file. The subtitles should then appear automagically.
After the break, three non-spoiler screensnaps from episode 2 with English subs by IceHunter.
And this video file — by someone other than the one I saw previously — was also taken from the broadcast, showing that annoying split-screen for next week’s promo:
I am absolutely hooked and hope DR doesn’t again geo-block the stream. I will wind up watching it twice — without and then with subtitles.
For those of you who will be seeing it on BBC Four next month, the wait has been worth it.