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Old 21st August 2003
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could any1 plz inform me on how can i put subtitles on a movie played with bsplayer?

thnx a lot 8)
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Load the video-file.
Then right-click on the control-panel and load subtitle file.
or .... use the "subtitle button" of the (control-panel) skin.
You - of course - need the subtitle-file of the movie in question.
There are several internet-sites, where you can download these in different languages. Any particular language in mind??
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Or put the subtitle file and the movie file in the same folder:
Matrix.avi
Matrix.sub
Bsplayer load the subtitle automatically.
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Or put the subtitle file and the movie file in the same folder
.... at the same time ensuring that the names of both files (except for the extension of course) are identical
just like in the example that adicoto has given!

(and - of course - also ensuring that you have NOT selected "Don't play subtitles" in "Options"/"Preferences"/"Subtitles")

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