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Old 15th July 2002
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Default Subtitles .srt not correct

I just love BsPlayer, but still, not perfect :)
One of the problems is with .srt subtitles.
Their format is:
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00:00:02,002 --> 00:01:23,375
Fixed for the Jar release by -=d1vxjunk13=-

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00:03:34,506 --> 00:03:35,674
There.
But when played, it shows the text just fine, but also the number of the next subtitle. So the above subtitle would show up as
Code:
Fixed for the Jar release by -=d1vxjunk13=-
2
This is a bit weird, anyone know why this is?

The second is not really a problem, but a suggestion. When you have a movie and subtitles in multiple languages for it, you just name them like .ENG.srt/sub and .NL.srt/sub or whatever to denote their languages (standard Vobsub method). BsPlayer however, doesn't recognize this and I have to load the subtitle automatically. What am I to do besides making an ini file, which I really don't feel like doing for every movie on my HD :)
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Default convert srt to sub

Just convert .srt to .sub with subsync and it works !
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Default Re: convert srt to sub

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Just convert .srt to .sub with subsync and it works !
Yes, and how do I do that with subs already burned to cd?
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Default No

This is not a good idea to burn subtitles on the cd.
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Default Re: No

Quote:
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This is not a good idea to burn subtitles on the cd.
I'm am sorry, but the problem is not with me, but with BSPlayer. It is not a solution to NOT burn this to the CD. Using your analogy, I could just as well not burn anything to CD. What if I want to give/lend this cd to friends? Do I always also give a floppy with the cd, saying that on this are the subtitles? Pretty stupid, don't you think?
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