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Old 16th February 2003
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Default VobSub subtitles

Hello!

Does support Bsplayer VobSub-subtitles?

Thanx!
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you need to have DirectVobsub installed to play vobsub subtitles.
bsplayer can then interact in some ways with DirectVobsub:
- delay and speed (I haven't tested this myself)
- language selection when using a bsi file
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you need to have DirectVobsub installed to play vobsub subtitles.

bsplayer can then interact in some ways with DirectVobsub:
- delay and speed (I haven't tested this myself)
- language selection when using a bsi file
Yes, I have. DirectVobSub works properly under Windows Media Player.
But I can not open a vobsub-subtitile files in BSPlayer. BSPlayer do nothing in this situation. It does not crush and it does not work too. =-(
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sorry, I omitted to say that bsplayer can interact with vobsub subtitles once they're loaded by DIrectVobsub, but the load subtitles feature from bsplayer is unoperative on such subs.

the subs must be loaded by DirectVobSub.
IMHO, the two best ways to do that are:
- rename the .idx and .sub files with the same name than the avi file (mymovie.avi; mymovie.idx; mymovie.sub)
- or use a .bsi file
Code:
[Main]
[Movie]
Title= my movie name
Directory=.
Fname=mymovie.avi
[subtitles]
Directory=.
Sub1=|mymoviesub.idx
Defaultsub=1
(I made it quick out of my memory, there might be an error, I'll check this if it doesn't work for you)
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