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Subtitles

There are several videos in existence which received subtitles. This article lists some of them.

Star Trek: Discovery

Star Trek: Discovery was the first TV series completely subtitled in Klingon (1). They are available on Netflix worldwide, except for USA and Canada. The subtitles were made by Lieven L. Litaer. (2) (3) For the creation of these subtitles, Marc Okrand has provided a handful new words.

Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country

Zrajm Öqvist uploaded Klingon subtitles on his website for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (4). He offers the klingon version and a bundle of the klingon with the english version as SRT file, which can be embedded in various media players.

Kiss me!

The song "HIchop" from the project Klingon Pop Warrior by Jen Usellis-Mackay is completely subbed in Klingon (5).

References

1 : (de) Press release on the news page of Schröder & Schombs, published 25th of september 2017

2 : "Netflix UK allows you to watch Star Trek: Discovery with Klingon subtitles", By Telegraph Reporters on 26 September 2017

3 : "Interview: The Klingon teacher behind Star Trek: Discovery’s subtitles", By Ivan Radford on 27 Sep 2017

4 : Klingon Subtitles on zrajm.org, retrieved 30th of september 2017

5 : Video on YouTube, retrieved 30th of september 2017

Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 03 Feb 2018, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 28 Nov 2017 by DirkSchlSser



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