Maybe add the type (or file-extension) of the subtitles used?
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Try to use new subtitle renderer.
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Subtitle Display Problem
The subtitle coding is wrong, so it is showing the entire text.
For yellow, it should be written as follows :-
Your subtitle line needs to contain <font color=#ffff00>
Then whatever your subtitle reads, in this case "Hello"
And then the line needs to end with </font>
If you miss any of the text, for colour coding, the player will show everything that is written on the line, which includes the incorrect coding.
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