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Want to watch a movie/series now without the hassle of making your own DFXP files? Look no further.


Using converters, you can create your own subtitle/captioning file for use with Netflix. Useful for streaming titles that don't have subtitles/captioning yet or alternate text.

JublerCross (Java)
srt2dfxp.pyCross (Python)

How To Load

To load a DFXP subtitle file into Netflix's web-based player, press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+M while watching a movie. A debug menu will appear in the upper left corner of the player, and one of the options is "Load custom DFXP File." Click that, select the file from the dialog box that appears, and the subtitles should then appear.

Unfortunately, despite the fact that the Netflix applications for PlayStation 3 and Wii both support subtitles, there does not appear to be any way to load external subtitles into those.

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