Subtitle size according to movie resolution
I would like to request in the subtitle font configuration a initial value for different movies resolutions.
Currently, if subtitle initial size is set to 22 it is good for a standard avi file (for instance TV series with 350MB / 40 minutes movies).
If you start playing a movie with a resolution of 720p then sutitle size is a little bit smaller so you have to increase the sub sze a little bit.
If you are going to play a 1080 movie then subtitle with initial size of 22 is very much small. In this case you have to increase the size to 40 ~ 44.
To solve this annoying configuration I suggest that configuration panel has 3 initial values: one for standard avi's movies, a second initial value for 720 resolution movies and a third value for 1080 movies. Of course BSPlayer should detect the movie resolution at the begining of the playing to choose the correct subtitle size.
Are you using "Resize OSD and subtitle font automatically" under
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Subtitles [Subtitle properties] ?
(It automatically resizes font depending on playback resolution)
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