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Close your Chrome browser and reopen it. Open Netflix and find your favourite Spanish (or what ever language you like, film.)
Now to extract your subtitles.
With Chrome open, you should now look up in the top right hand corner. See the little icons, SN, and next to it, what looks like sort of two clear circles on a black background? Like this if the image sticks.
As far as I know, you don’t need to do anything with either of these. They are just there to remind you that you installed them.
Now, with Chrome -> Netflix open, I selected Veronica (A Spanish (Madrid) Film)
The first thing I see pop up is the Subtitle info overlay. This goes away automatically. You can play with this if you like. I haven’t yet, but it’s pretty self explanatory.
Ok, lets grab the subtitles.
Hover the mouse over the icon in the bottom right and the menu will popup. You can see the Netflix suibtitle downloader there behind the red arrow?
Simply click “Download subs for this episode”. BUT FIRST. Click the Options button, and UNtick all the options. It puts formatting code in with the text if you leave it there.
Look at the bottom left of your screen, you will see the downloaded file type .srt. Fear not. you can open it with your favourite Text editor. It’s a pure text file.