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Old 14th January 2008
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Default i'm new and need help with subtitles

hey guys, i recently downloaded se jie (Lust, Caution) and the corresponding subtitle files. here's what i did from downloading se jie to after downloading the subtitle files (2 files).

1. downloaded se jie (2 movie files total - both .avi format)
2. file names are
Lust.Caution.2007.REPACK.DVDRip.XviD-CiMG-CD1
and
Lust.Caution.2007.REPACK.DVDRip.XviD-CiMG-CD2
3. downloaded the subtitle files and renamed them to
Lust.Caution.2007.REPACK.DVDRip.XviD-CiMG-CD1.srt
and
Lust.Caution.2007.REPACK.DVDRip.XviD-CiMG-CD2.srt
(yeah i've been getting help from others. however, still no luck.)

i'm working on Vista and waltdisneypixar from another forum suggested tweaking BSPlayer's preferences and here are some screenshots. however, he didnt realize that i had vista.







please help. i really like this movie and subtitles would make it so much better.
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No luck if you manually load the subtitle either?
[Crtl]+[L]

Could you open the subtitle file with Notepad or Wordpad and copy e.g. the first three sub-lines here?

Which filters are shown under
(rightclick) > Options > Filters > Advanced?

Did you place your subs in the subtitles folder/directory as defined by you or in the same folder as moviefiles?

Possibly your settings prevent you from seeing that the (original) file-extension is (e.g.) .txt? The result of your renaming would then be that it actually ends with .srt.txt now, so that the file-name itself no longer matches the name of the corresponding avi.
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No luck if you manually load the subtitle either?
[Crtl]+[L]
tried it and opened up both. movie plays, but no subtitles.

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Could you open the subtitle file with Notepad or Wordpad and copy e.g. the first three sub-lines here?
1
00:01:22,300 --> 00:01:26,300
Next round!

2
00:01:33,500 --> 00:01:37,500
Now that we've moved to paradise, there's nothing to eat.

3
00:01:38,000 --> 00:01:42,000
[This is a play on words, a phrase used in mahjong]


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Which filters are shown under
(rightclick) > Options > Filters > Advanced?

for some reason when i open up filters the way you mention, nothing happens. however, there is a "filter management" tab under preferences but i dont know what to do with that.


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Did you place your subs in the subtitles folder/directory as defined by you or in the same folder as moviefiles?
yep, see screenshot #3

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Possibly your settings prevent you from seeing that the (original) file-extension is (e.g.) .txt? The result of your renaming would then be that it actually ends with .srt.txt now, so that the file-name itself no longer matches the name of the corresponding avi.
nope, it's .srt at the end.

is there any other way to make this work? =(
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i did it! just not with BSPlayer. VLC player works perfectly with it. i just dragged both files into the player and it works. why cant BSPlayer do that?? thanks for the help anyways.
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Try to disable "draw subtitles on overlay" I don't think you will get subtitles to bee seen under Vista like this.
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