Hi and thanks for your patience, we have located some fine looking SRT files on the Internet at subtitle sites that offer painstaking work by those that know the languages involved well enough to convert standard idx/sub format (that are normally yielded by a DVD during conversion by using a tool such as vobsubrip)into SRT files that may even be playable on your disc, we have renamed the files to match the movie file in case your player auto senses for the presence of subtitles based on your settings. VLC is an example of such a player. SRT files are even recognizable by DivX player from DivX.com
Here we have Greek Turkish Hungarian and Spanish to go along with our movie posting. We will post all other available such files very quickly as we go along. thanks again for your patience in this we do the best we can with limited resources in language familiarity for those involved. Thanks again and Merci
From our experience the only SRT files normally found in that format on a movie DVD disc are for the close captioned English needs that we see. The others are all in bulky image sub/idx formats instead (until converted further) Im afraid.