The following links are intended for use with subs2srs, which creates flash cards from subtitled video.
In general, it's not too hard to find Spanish subtitles (and even audio tracks) on US editions of DVDs. Often, you can just browse the video aisle and come up with several possibilities. But especially if you're a beginner, it's nice to have highly accurate Spanish subtitles and a link to the corresponding video file. The list below is intended to contain highly accurate subtitles and links to the exact matching DVDs, unless specified otherwise.
TV series Edit
Avatar: The Last Airbender Edit
The original US DVDs have high-quality Spanish and French audio tracks for seasons 1 and 2. The original single DVD packages advertise the presence of these tracks. As for the new "Complete Book N Collection" edition, the situation is more complicated:
- The Complete Book One Collection: Various people have claimed online that this contains the Spanish and French audio tracks.
- The Complete Book Two Collection: Confirmed to have Spanish and French audio tracks, but this is not indicated in any way on the box.
- The Complete Book Three Collection: Multiple people claim that this package is English-only.
Subtitles are available on opensubtitles.org, but the accuracy varies considerably. For episode 1 & 2, there are also accurate, manually aligned subtitles specifically tuned for subs2srs.
The following films have accurate bilingual subtitles on the DVD, which can be extracted using HandBrake and Subtitle Edit's "image OCR" mode: