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Old 9th May 2005
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Hi.

When I am trying to open matroska files containing subtitles, directvobsub tray icon loads, but the film freezes or bsplayer crashes.

Checking "Allow intermediate filters" doesn't help in any way.

After unregistering vsfilter everything goes fine, all subtitles can be displayed and switched, so that must be conflict between vsfilter and internal bsplayer subtitle filter.

But what i can do if i prefer vsfilter for that purpose? Maybe in some cases it will be necessary.

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VSFilter 2.36
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Is there any method to disable internal subtitle filter?
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Check setting of "Subtitles disabled" under
rightclick > Options > Preferences > Subtitles >
Also check which codec/filter BSPlayer actually uses for playback under
rightclick > Options > Filters > Advanced (as a filter like ffdshow is also able to play subtitles and thus cause a conflict).

(BSPlayer only supports text-based subtitles natively; read item (9) of my Help2Help-post.)
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Check setting of "Subtitles disabled" under
rightclick > Options > Preferences > Subtitles >
That doesn't help anyhow. Program still freezes films or generates error on files containing embedded subtitles. It shows such films properly only after uninstalling vsfilter.dll, but of course there is no subtitles it that case. :(
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