They say that if you really appreciate cinema you should watch only movies without dubbing, but if you don't master the original language you're probably going to miss a lot of the movie's plot. Now you can prevent this with SubEdit Player, a video player that includes a built-in text editor especially designed for subtitles.
This video editor can not only display subtitles along with the movie you're watching but also lets you meddle with the subtitles file in case there's a line that needs to be corrected. Other configuration options enable you to set the text font, size and color, change the way they're displayed or fine tune their synchronization with images.
SubEdit works with the most popular formats both for video and subtitles. It also includes a search tool to find and download subtitles from the Internet, although unfortunately we weren't able to make it work. The Help file wasn't very helpful either, as it's all in Polish.