Mac OS X Windows. Subtitles licenses never expire. Subtitles licenses are permanent and cover all the updates for the current major version. In other words, if you buy Subtitles 3, you will receive all updates for free until Subtitles 4 is released. In this case, you will need a license for Subtitles for Mac OS X and another one for. Mac accessibility shortcuts. With Voice Control, you can navigate and interact with your device by using your voice to tap, swipe, type, and more. Turn on closed captions and subtitles. Alternative audio languages, closed captioning, subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing, and audio-described content is available for some.
About the Accessibility Options shortcut
macOS includes an Accessibility Options shortcut that lets you quickly turn on or off common accessibility features.Learn about the Accessibility Options shortcut
See all accessibility shortcuts
Accessibility shortcuts help you control your Mac with a keyboard or assistive device. You can also ask Siri to help with some accessibility features.Mac accessibility shortcuts
With Voice Control, you can navigate and interact with your device by using your voice to tap, swipe, type, and more.Learn how to use Voice Control
Use audio descriptions
Audio descriptions allow you to hear narration describing a video clip, show, or movie.Learn how to enable audio descriptions
Use Screen Curtain with VoiceOver
Screen Curtain with VoiceOver allows you to turn off your display for privacy or if you don't need the display.Learn how to use Screen Curtain with VoiceOver
Make and receive RTT calls on your Mac
Starting with macOS Mojave 10.14.2, you can use the RTT (real-time text) protocol for conversational text calls.Learn about RTT calls
Turn on closed captions and subtitles
Alternative audio languages, closed captioning, subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing, and audio-described content is available for some video content.Learn how to set closed captions and subtitles
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Devices and Mac OS X version
VLC media player requires Mac OS X 10.7.5 or later. It runs on any 64bit Intel-based Mac. Previous devices are supported by older releases.
Note that the first generation of Intel-based Macs equipped with Core Solo or Core Duo processors is no longer supported. Please use version 2.0.10 linked below.
Web browser plugin for Mac OS X
Support for NPAPI plugins was removed from all modern web browsers, so VLC's plugin is no longer maintained. The last version is 3.0.4 and can be found here. It will not receive any further updates.
Older versions of Mac OS X and VLC media player
We provide older releases for users who wish to deploy our software on legacy releases of Mac OS X. You can find recommendations for the respective operating system version below. Note that support ended for all releases listed below and hence they won't receive any further updates.
Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
Use VLC 2.2.8. Get it here.
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
Use VLC 2.0.10. Get it for PowerPC or 32bit Intel.
Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger
Mac OS X 10.4.7 or later is required
Use VLC 0.9.10. Get it for PowerPC or Intel.
Subtitle Software Mac Os X
Mac OS X 10.3 Panther
QuickTime 6.5.2 or later is required
Use VLC 0.8.6i. Get it for PowerPC.
Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar
Subtitle Edit For Mac Os X
Use VLC 0.8.4a. Get it for PowerPC.
Subtitle Translate Mac Os X
Mac OS X 10.0 Cheetah and 10.1 Puma
Use VLC 0.7.0. Get it for PowerPC.