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Old 15th September 2004
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Default Can a playlist include several avi's with subtitles?

I have 2 or more video files and there are subtitles for each of them. For some reason it's not possible (let's assume this) to join the avi's.
Note: I know how to split or join both video files and subtitles and how to make bsplayer ini files to load subtitles, choose audio track, etc.
But in this case it is required to have avi's separated.
So my question is: is it possible to make a playlist that loads teh 1st movie with subtitles, then the 2nd one with its own subtitles and so on? Or even better to play one movie with subs and another without them?
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The only way I see is to name the subtitles you want to use (almost) exactly the same as movie - remember that BSplayer automatically loads such subtitles for each film.
Or are these subs softcoded/hardcoded in files?

Anyway, there is no such feature as "choose which subs to play" in playlist. I think it was sugested before, but it's not implemented yet.
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The subs are in SubRip format (srt files).
The problem is that I have 2 subs in 2 languages. If I had just one sub, I could try what you suggest.
The best way to do it would be INI files that can include several AVI's with different options for subtitles, audio tracks and other. :D
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No.
Those are two different things. Playlists and playing single avi .

When playing single avi file every subtitle with almost same name as movie is loaded to subtitles list. For example, lets consider directory with files:

Naruto movie.cd1.avi
Naruto movie.cd1.en.srt
Naruto movie.cd1.jp.srt
Naruto movie.cd1.pl.srt
Naruto movie.cd2.avi
Naruto movie.cd2.en.srt
Naruto movie.cd2.jp.srt
Naruto movie.cd2.pl.srt


this is one movie from two cds and three subs-english,japanese and polish.
No INI file is needed for that. If you open Naruto movie.cd1.avi, BSplayer will:
automatically add all three subtitle files to "subtitles" menu, so you can easly switch them at any time.
automatically play first subtitle.
automatically, after finishing cd1, switch to cd2 (unfortunatelly with default subtitles).

If you use plylists then making an option to choose subtitle/audio/video stream/file would be a cool feature.
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OK, thanks for your help :)
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