Subtitles automaticly

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Karel
2006-11-21
2013-04-10
  • Karel

    Karel - 2006-11-21

    Hi
    Does any one know how to setup automaticly subtitles if the subtitle file name match the video filename...

    It did work in 1.08 version... why it doesnt work in version 2 ???

    Please am I missing some setup?

    Thank
    Karel

     
    • ressy

      ressy - 2007-02-02

      I know how to do it for ASS softsubs:
      Open Preferences, go under Miscellaneous
      Under Additional Preferences enter the following:
      -ass -embeddedfonts -correct-pts -sid 0

      Someone who understands this can probably alter it for a different type of subs I'd guess.

       
    • Anonymous - 2007-08-22

      I got the same issue with .srt subtitles. Anyone have a solution, please?

       
    • lukreng

      lukreng - 2007-10-15

      I tried it too with mplayer, to open a SRT to a Xvid Movie. it's not to found out. But with vlc Media player is it very easy. Take that one and: Open File, options, open Srt, afther open Xvid, no it's starting with subtitles inside.

       
    • lukreng

      lukreng - 2007-10-15

      On Windows the Do it with Media Player classic, ithink this is mplayer.Allso they have a tool naming Vob sub:
      http://www.free-codecs.com/
      Media_Player_Classic_download.htm
      http://www.xvidmovies.com/codec/
      http://www.free-codecs.com/VobSub_download.htm
      Now i have aMac, and maybe one Time i go to find out how to load a srt to Xvid with mplayer. The Links i have from this Site, wher it is written in German language, how to open srt:
      Because This  i translatet it:
      We  always recommend Media Player Classic, that have however nothing with Microsoft Windows Media Player to do €.
      http://www.free-codecs.com/
Media_Player_Classic_download.htm
      Xvid:
      http://www.xvidmovies.com/codec/
      afther downlod, do not forget to install it!

      In order the sub-titles to see we need a completely mad
      Tool. This Tool co-operates with all Players. We get VobSub here:
      http://www.free-codecs.com/VobSub_download.htm

      afther you have to name the Video and the sub to the same Name, putting in the same folder

      Example:
      Fantasticfour.avi
      Fantasticfour.srt
      Now start the Videofile and macigcally we have Text in the Video

      Now neverwhere is written how to do it on macintosh. Typic. I think Vlc is the best, the easyest for mac+Pc. How to with mplayer?

       

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