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Old 14th April 2005
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BSPlayer doesn't want to display subs with DirectVobSubecked all the possible options in VS - 'only show forced subtitles' and 'always load'. VobSub works with other programs (WMP 10; Bestplayer) perfectly. Anyone could help??
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I tried subs in txt format: {84}{156} and {00:00:01} - neither of them worked
The VobSub doesn't even load
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BSPlayer's buildnumber? BSPlayer does not need DVobsub for textbased subtitles. There may be a conflict caused by VobSub AND BSPlayer AND (e.g.) ffdshow all trying to display the subs resulting in no subs? Already tried a different setting of video rendering? Please read item (9) of my Help2Help-post.
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1. bsplayer122.817.exe
2. I only use VobSub (no ffdshow installed)
3. I tried to use only divx or xvid codec and went through all the rendering options and nothing happened
4. (9) wasn't any help :(
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BSPlayer does not need DVobsub for textbased subtitles.
Tried without Vobsub after reading (9)? ("Do not load" in its config)
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The internal subtitles display in BSPLayer works fine, but it doesn't solve my problem. I just prefer the VobSub :)
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Is box "Allow intermediate filters" checked under
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Filter management?
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tx a lot - it solved the prblem :D:D:D:D:D
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It seems so simple (once you know it!) :lol:
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