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Old 30th January 2003
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Default v0.86.494; .BSI files and subtitle section

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Using Bsplay v0.86 Build 494, on Winxp Sp1

I am using .BSI files, to start up a movie with several subtitle choices, but i have problems. The file looks like this:
Code:
[Movie]
Title="MyMovie.avi"
Directory=.
FName="mymovie.avi"

[Subtitles] 
Directory=.
Sub1=Danish|"subs-dk-mymovie.sub"
Sub2=Swedish|"subs-se-mymovie.sub"
Font=0;Arial Black;24;0;16777215
This above .BSI file won't work.. The subtitle file has to have the same name as the .AVI file, except for the extension. If i rename the file "subs-dk-mymovie.sub" to "mymovie.sub", then it will work. This will also limit the available subtitle choices to 1, unless you use different formats...
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what if you don't use quotes for the file names ? (they're not needed)

Code:
Sub1=Danish|subs-dk-mymovie.sub
instead of
Code:
Sub1=Danish|"subs-dk-mymovie.sub"
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If i rename the file "subs-dk-mymovie.sub" to "mymovie.sub", then it will work. This will also limit the available subtitle choices to 1, unless you use different formats...
you could use the following naming rule:
mymovie.dk.sub
mymovie.se.sub

it should work too (the bsi solution is of course better)
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what if you don't use quotes for the file names ? (they're not needed)

Code:
Sub1=Danish|subs-dk-mymovie.sub
instead of:
Code:
Sub1=Danish|"subs-dk-mymovie.sub"
I have tried with and without quotes, since i would suspect subtitle filename with spaces, would cause problems, this did however not solve my problem.
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Strange.. tried this on another movie, and now it works. And you are right, is has to be without doublequotes.

Also works with multiple subtitles :D

My mistake :oops:
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