Video Streaming: Recording with subtitles Iosif Calianco September 21, 2021 15:05 Updated Follow After choosing the desired video streaming source for example Netflix shortcut you can enable the "find or record subtitles" option in the recording window. Related articles Video streaming: Recording a video stream Video streaming: Recording from Netflix Video streaming: Recording from Amazon Video streaming: Batch recording Troubleshooting: Update installation failed Comments 4 comments Sort by Date Votes paulbrasington December 07, 2020 13:04 Just wanted to clarify - to be helpful to others, I've successfully recorded subtitles from Netflix using the new version of Edge, which of course is based on Chromium - so I assume it will work with any Chromium based browser (ie Opera, Vivaldi, Brave). It's a relief because I really don't want Chrome itself on my desktop. 0 Comment actions Permalink JDLKY January 09, 2021 11:15 One problem. This does not work when using the batch recording recording option as of 1/9/21. 0 Comment actions Permalink Sid T February 02, 2021 16:36 Also, recording of subtitles from Disney+ seems to have stopped working at all now (direct or batch mode). This was working a week or so ago. 0 Comment actions Permalink WolfgangHill March 17, 2021 23:00 I tried it today, using the latest Audials version, using Chrome with subtitle recording turned on. It still does not work. It never has since you advertised it already as part of Audials 2020!!!!! 0 Comment actions Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.