A plug-in for WMP9 and above, that shows local non-SAMI subtitles. Supports multiple subtitle files simultaneously. Not being a filter, it doesn't modify DS/MF pipeline and has no performance overhead. Specifically oriented on WMP12 - x86/x64, Windows 7/8/10

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  • On WMP 12 x64 (Win 7 - 64 bit), it worked perfectly with the file type .MP4 but NOT with the type MPEG-2 TS (. TS). The screen goes black when trying to load the video. It was tested without adding / disable any codec, only the default provided by Microsoft. Anxious wait the arrival of a new version that can take into account these types of files (that for example, VLC has trouble reproducing) because it is a plugin simple but powerful and super useful, better than any DirectShow filter.

  • This little gem should be licensed for distribution with Windows. Local Subtitles for WMP is a properly-written plug-in--not a filter--that has no performance overhead, does not modify the Direct Show/Media Foundation pipeline, and does not overlay text on top of viewable content (it positions subtitles properly--underneath the video frame). Steve Ballmer, do something that makes sense for once--cut Ilya Demidov a check.

  • Posted by OpenID User i uninstall local subtitle for WMP 12 x64, yet the default player is not reverting to WMP12 x86. How can i revert back to WMP12 x86 ???? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Install Local Subtitles for WMP 32-bit, silly!

  • i uninstall local subtitle for WMP 12 x64, yet the default player is not reverting to WMP12 x86. How can i revert back to WMP12 x86 ????

  • Work well and useful! A must have!

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2011-01-05