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Old 3rd February 2005
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Very bad bug with -nsub command line options.
I have like 5 movies in my playlist and they all have a subtitle file associated with them and everything works fine (autoload subtiltles enabled). But when I use command -nsub or key 'S', when a movie ends, the subtitles, which were off, are turned on automatically. Command -nsub or key 'S' work only for one movie!!!
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I think it's caused by the fact that e.g. [S] is a toggle-key.
(which switches subtitles 'on' if present state is 'off', respectively switches them 'off' if present state is 'on')
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No, no...
Problem whith -nsub!!! I don't press [S] key!!! -nsub don't work with playlists!!! It's work only for one movie. Subtitles are enable automatically in next movie!!
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Confirmed!
Sorry , but your post did mention {-nsub or key 'S'}, which caused confusion.
Meanwhile created a playlist with 2CD's with "samename".srt-subtitles and tested starting up playlist with commandline ending at -nsub.
It seems -nsub in commandline indeed only works once: either for a single videofile started up by commandline; or for the first videofile in a playlist-file started up by commandline.
So if you don't want subtitles for files in a playlist, you must have checked/selected "Subtitles disabled" under
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Subtitles
before using commandline with playlist-file.
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So if you don't want subtitles for files in a playlist, you must have checked/selected "Subtitles disabled" under
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Subtitles
before using commandline with playlist-file.
Oh,it's a sad truth!
You can't direct on/off subtitles options for playlist in command line.
It's really bad.


I can't reset this options if bsplayer wrote on DVD, and I be obliged to
check "Subtitles disabled" option each time, instead of set once variable for bsplayer's command line in my autorun.

for example:

bsplayer.exe my_playlist_variable my_sub(on/off)_variable

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