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Old 21st January 2009
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I have a problem with subtitles... Whenever I try to upload them with a movie I get following error message:

"BS.Player cannot play the media file.
You don't have necessary codec installed, file may damaged or not media file."

The file is not damaged, because it works for others, it's in *SRT format and it has the same title as a movie. So what codec do I need? Or is it something else?
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BS.Player version?
How do you "upload"?
([Ctrl+L] etc.?)
Can you attach the .srt file for testing pse?
(You don't need any codec/filter; BS.Player plays .srt subtitles natively.)

PS: Perhaps read item (9) of my Help2Help-post.
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It works now :) I guess the problem was at uploading them simply by dragging them into BS.Player instead of ctrl+L. Thank you!
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