It's possible to decrypt the following subtitle formats, currently. We don't think there are much more out there so far.
The SubRip file format is the most basic of all subtitle formats. SubRip (SubRip Text) files are named with the extension .srt, and contain formatted lines of plain text in groups separated by a blank line.
The Spruce Subtitle format is a relatively simple text-based subtitle format developed by Spruce Technologies and was designed specifically for DVDMaestro.
System used by North American television stations to encode information useful to the deaf and the hard of hearing in a format that can be turned on or off by the viewer.
SubStation Alpha (or Sub Station Alpha), abbreviated SSA, is a subtitle file format created by CS Low (also known as Kotus) that allows advanced subtitles.
Flash XML is a XML based format used for encoding captions into Flash video. It originated in the caption-embedding software Captionate.
Timed Text Markup Language (TTML), previously referred to as Distribution Format Exchange Profile (DFXP), is one of W3C's standards regulating timed text on the internet.
WebVTT (Web Video Text Tracks) is a W3C standard for displaying timed text in connection with the HTML5
Synchronized Accessible Media Interchange (SAMI) is a Microsoft accessibility initiative released in 1998. The structured markup language is designed to simplify creating subtitles for media playback on a PC.
MicroDVD is a subtitle file format for digital video. Its name is derived from the MicroDVD Player, a media player application designed to play DVD videos along with subtitles, originally developed by Tiamat Software.
You have to make sure, that it's a real download link and doesn't need a special session or a cookie. A file you can download after answering a captcha will not work. But you can download it an reupload it here. That will always work.
A lot of users need to have their SRT caption or subtitle files converted into other formats so that they could be used with various types of software. For this reason, we created our own subtitles/captions converter. In this way, you are able to convert SRT files by yourself at your convenience. This is a great way to make your files more versatile!