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Serenity 28th August 2004 03:21 PM

vobsub subtitles in matroska files
 
hey, i have a matroska file that has vobsub subtitles in it (the entire file has xvid video, he-aac audio, and vobsub subtitles, muxed together w/ mkv-merge gui). i also have vsfilter 2.33 installed and registered successfully, but for some reason direct vobsub never loads with this file

i'm thinking bsplayer isn't reading this stream correctly (or something) and passing it on to direct vobsub.

direct vobsub is working fine cuz i successfully played an .avi file that had separate .idx/.sub files and they played fine



i'm using bsplayer v1.00 build 810

Serenity 28th August 2004 03:24 PM

oh, and this mkv file plays successfully in media player classic, but then vsfilter is integrated into that player

Serenity 29th August 2004 11:18 AM

i also just played this .mkv file successfully in windows media player 9 w/ all the same codecs/filters installed on my machine and it displayed the subs fine

clems 30th August 2004 05:51 PM

please ...
 
another thing that would be great is if bsplayer could read subtitles in vobsub stream when they are included in mkv files:
I 've got three mkv movies with subtitles (muxed with mkvmerge) and subtitles in s_text/ssa files are loaded in bsplayer but not those in s_vobsub files.
so I need to use directvobsub to read them but my computer is too slow to use it.. so
please make something so that it works

clems 30th August 2004 05:53 PM

oh sorry I forgot
 
by the way for your problem,
when you load a movie and that directvobsub is loaded did you check that the option always load in directvobsub general settings is on...

Serenity 30th August 2004 07:22 PM

yeah, i just tried that, still didn't work



its kinda surprising that a great player like bsplayer can't do this, and a crappy one like WMP9 can

Serenity 12th September 2004 03:10 PM

just got the new player (v1.01) and this glitch hasn't been fixed yet

bst 14th September 2004 09:17 AM

It will be fixed in next build.
For now you can put in bspfilters.dat this lines:

[BSPlayer filter def file]
AddFilter {93A22E7A-5091-45ef-BA61-6DA26156A5D0},Vobsub


Also look in bspfilters.sam for other options

Serenity 4th December 2004 02:29 PM

ok, i have v1.02 and it still doesn't seem to be fixed

i tried your manual fix (making that .dat file and adding those lines of code) and it forced direct vobsub to load, but direct vobsub isn't recognizing that there are any subtitles present (it doesn't even give me an option to select any subtitles). i know there are subtitle streams present in this .mkv file because i've played them in media player classic and videolan (vlc)

i don't have enough knowledge about bsplayer though..............

Serenity 30th January 2005 03:28 AM

just d/l v1.1 and it still doesn't work........

is there some sort of logfile that i could send that would help with this problem??


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