If you want to watch DivX/XviD movies with subtitles, you can use WinZip to extract the DivX/XviD movie with the subtitles. You can then rename the file as.srt or.srt. Next you need to extract the subtitles. You can then watch DivX/XviD movies with subtitles on your TV, on your phone, or on your PC.
For viewing DivX/XviD movies with subtitles on Linux/Unix, you need to install the Smsub package. Smsub is a graphical version of DivX Subtitles Extractor, which is required to translate the DivX files to SubRip format. You need to extract the subtitle files from the DivX/XviD movies using the command:
If you are looking for a cross platform tool, then you can use Subtitulos.com , which is a download service. That way you can download the subtitles for any platform and use it on any player or media player.
VideoWobbles is another site for serving your purpose. It's a downloadable tool and not an online service. You can use it on Windows, Mac and Linux. It also serves as an offline tool and you can save subtitle in different formats.
You can also use subtitle w3a, which is a free online service. It's backed by Google. You can even download the subtitles in.srt format. It's also a desktop utility and you don't need to be a registered user.
Another website, TheSubs.to, has a relatively simple interface. You can browse for subtitles in the broadest possible sense. Yet another website, Subs4Free, also has a simple interface, and does not require registration. Some of the features that Subs4Free offers are: (i) the ability to create a list of your favorite subtitles, (ii) the ability to share your favorites with your friends, (iii) the ability to quote movies, (iv) a database for all the characters in a movie, and (v) a built-in movie player. The site offers a free trial period for you to try it out.