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Old 14th June 2002
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Default loading subtitles file from a different dir?

hi,

normally subtitiles files are loaded automatically
if u put them in the same dir as the movie (.avi)

there is a "load subtitle" feature in bsplayer
is it possible to load a sub file which is not in the same
dir as the .avi file?

i tried and it didn't work

if not, is it possible at all? w/ another player?
any sugguestions?

the reason why i want to do that, is that i d/l a movie
which fits on a 80' cdr w/o the sub file


thanks

W_o_moving
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Default Should definitely work...

On my computer, using overlay mode 2 causes BSPlayer to crash as
soon as I try to load a subtitle, so use mode 1.

If you want to load a subtitle automatically and it's not in the same
directory as the player, you will have to use a BSI (INI) file.

Cheers, Smarties :P
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Default Re: loading subtitles file from a different dir?

You can set subtitle dir (under Preferences, General Tab).
Then put all subtitles in this dir (shoud have the same name as movie) and they will be auto loaded.
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i set the sub dir, but it didn't load the subs
(the subs work fine when in the same dir)


how do u write a bsi file to load the subs?

thx

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What is the format of your subs?
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