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ckotick 8th February 2004 02:44 PM

Subtitles
 
The problem is: when I change full-screen resolution to anything but "no change" the subtitles in full-screen are shown not properly. Tag {y:i} doesn't make them Italic but shows some unproper characters on screen. When switching back from full-screen, problem remains. After re-opening video file the subtitles are displayed correctly until switching to full-screen.
And something else. Is it normal, that there's nothing on the Equalizer tab-sheet in properties?
Thank you.

BSPeter 8th February 2004 05:57 PM

Re: Subtitles
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ckotick
Is it normal, that there's nothing on the Equalizer tab-sheet in properties?

Yes, it's still under development.
However, e.g. if you use AC3filter, you can use AC3filters equalizer.
:wink:

ckotick 10th February 2004 09:17 AM

And what about subtitles?
 
What's wrong with them?

private 10th February 2004 03:32 PM

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I'm having the same {y:i} problem.

Also when the subtitles are too big, e.g. Arial 30 pt. and there are three lines in the subtitle, then the subtitles completely disappear and OSD doesn't show anything either. I have to restart the player to get the thing working again.

Although, when the subtitle is just a little smaller, in this case Arial 28, then a strange line is displayed below three-liners, like in the image attached.

ckotick 11th February 2004 05:59 AM

Well
 
"Release candidate", what else can we think...

BSPeter 12th February 2004 10:01 AM

@private:
No problem here with subtitles disappearing or a line shown below.
Are you sure you're using BSPlayer's native possibility to display subtitles, or are you maybe in fact (also) using another program (perhaps unknowingly), such as e.g. VobSub (Is there a green arrow in your system's tray?)
:wink:

ckotick 12th February 2004 12:12 PM

And what about Italic subtitles that become usual when switching to full-screen? VSFilter is not installed.


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