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Old 21-06-08, 20:20   #1
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Angry Problem with subtitles in BSplayer

I have BSplayer Pro and it's overall great. But in some movies and TV series that I have, when I load the subtitles, at first they are ok but after a while they disappear. I close the video, do the whole drill again open file/load subtitles an they play for a few minutes but then the subtitles disappear again. It is really frustrating and I don't know what's wrong since it only happens with certain subtitles which I can't find anywhere else.....

Does anyone now what I can do to fix that????
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Old 21-06-08, 20:25   #2
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http://bsplayer.org/forum//viewtopic...af491eda5338aa

It would probably best to ask on the BSplayer forums and see if someone from the development team can help you.
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Old 21-06-08, 23:26   #3
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A player specifically for BS? Hmmm..
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Old 22-06-08, 00:04   #4
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what type video are you trying to watch?
DVD
AVI
etc..

If AVI, what type subtitle file is it, .srt?
It might be worth checking into VobSub or Direct Vob Sub and perhaps a different video player.
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Old 22-06-08, 09:29   #5
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perhaps a different video player.
Such as VLC which also has support for subtitles.
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Old 22-06-08, 15:36   #6
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The video is avi and the subs srt. Nothing worked with BS, so I play them in VLC. I just have to rename all episodes to match the subs title or else they won't play, but at least I found a solution.... Thanks!!!
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VLC Media player is really good... Easy to use and good.... I use it too, and i don't have any problem playing the movie or subtitles with it... Never had...
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Old 23-06-08, 07:00   #8
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I just have to rename all episodes to match the subs title or else they won't play, but at least I found a solution.... Thanks!!!
In my experience with divX AVI videos that have .srt subs, that is the way that it must be in order to work. I always used directvobsub with Windows Media Player to get the subs, and ffdshow to get the video and audio decoded. (should work with the creative media suite as well, I know ffdshow does.)
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