The easiest I found was going to each episode and editing the subtitles then uploading the file (even though they are in the same directory)

I’m assuming if I named better then it wouldn’t be an issue since the subtitles are named “e1, e2, etc”

    • @ILikeBoobiesOP
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      13 months ago

      I have the srt files already, I’m just looking for the easiest way for jellyfin to recognize them

        • @ILikeBoobiesOP
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          13 months ago

          Documentation says

          Film.de.srt

          Should it be filename(minus extension).de.srt?

          • @[email protected]M
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            13 months ago

            Yep. That should do it. Try it on one before doing them all, but that’s exactly what I do and it works great.

  • andrew
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    53 months ago

    Bazarr was a bit of a pain to set up, since I ended up wanting provider accounts to get around some rate limits, but it’s solid for me now and pretty configurable. I use Plex but I’m assuming you can use the same strategy with jellyfin.

    • jlow (he/him)
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      33 months ago

      Yeah +1 for Bazarr, has been working flawlessly for me for movies and series together with the other -arrs for Jellyfin for years.

    • @[email protected]
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      13 months ago

      Bazarr is great. When I set it up a while ago I just went with open subtitles and bought a VIP account so it wouldn’t take ages to populate all my movies. A VIP account was cheap enough that I didn’t mind.

  • @[email protected]
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    12 months ago

    The easiest approach is to use a client that is capable of multiplexing any subtitle codec. Something like findroid for android, and I’m assuming Kodi can do it too.