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Old 26th August 2004
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Default Position of subtitles in 16:9 and 4:3 films


I have a 4:3 TV.
When I watch 16:9 films and I do not "stretch" the image, I have two black bars on the screen, one below the movie and one above.

This is completely logical.

I wonder, however, if it would be possible with BSplayer to show the subtitles in the lower black bar, instead of inside the film.

Is this possible or not?


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Old 27th August 2004
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Yes this is possible. In fact that's the default position in full screen if you selected "Auto position" under rightclick > Subtitles > Subtitle properties.
Also depends on your graphics card (and settings under Video rendering)
Perhaps necessary for you to check "Draw subtitles to Overlay surface"?
(under rightclick > Options > Preferences > Subtitles)
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Old 28th August 2004
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Try Single Display Mode (not Dualview, Clone Mode or whatsoever) for your TV and PC-monitor. In that mode you can place subtitles in lower black space.

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