Subtitles in LAN mode
BS.Player seems to be best choice for me so far, although I'm not sure is it supporting the feature I require.
I have LAN resource, where my movies are, let's say 192.168.1.1/Movies.
So I can see files there and that's great.
What is more, I can play them.
But subtitles from remote location (LAN mode) aren't loaded.
Is it supported?
If so, could they have .txt extension?
I have now Asus Transformer Prime. Is there hardware support of it, since one MKV file was extremely lagging.
Txt subs will be auto loaded in next builds. BSPlayer does try to load subs from video folder, but if the filename is too different, it will not load them. Buletproof solution atm is to rename subs to video name.sub/srt/...
Also option to manually load subtitles from LAN will be implemented in the future.
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