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rupor 8th August 2005 11:47 AM

subtitles are not saved
 
hello all
the problem is: i check the button "save properties of video files" on, and bsplayer must save then all the proprties of files, including subtitles.
but, i load subtitle in a file, and then i close the file, and then when i open file again - ooops, subtitle aren't there... and i have to load it every time.
how can i fix it?

BSPeter 8th August 2005 08:52 PM

Read item (9) of my Help2Help-post.
Also check out settings under
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Subtitles.
:wink:

rupor 9th August 2005 01:16 PM

thanx for answering!
if i've understand this correct, i can load subtitles automatically ONLY if they placed in the same directory and named the same name as movie.
right?
and nothing else

BSPeter 9th August 2005 07:47 PM

If the first part of the subtitlename equals the moviename and the subtitlefile is either in the same map/directory as the movie or in one of the subtitle directories which you can define under .. Preferences > Subtitles (south-east quarter) it will indeed play automatically unless you've "Subtitles disabled" under Preferences.
Further there is a possibility there to "Auto load any subtitle in current directory" (i.e. irrespective of its filename).
Another option is to use an ini or bsi file to start (read item (8) of my Help2Help-post).
http://members.home.nl/van.raak/wink.gif

rupor 9th August 2005 08:02 PM

ok, i got it, thanx...
maybe then you can tell me about 1 more question too.
ok< maybe do you know in which file bsplayer keeps files' properties? like favorites etc..

BSPeter 9th August 2005 09:14 PM

In BSPlayer's installation folder there are two files:
BSplayer.YourName.xml and EQ.YourName.xml (EQ=equalizer).
(Further files of interest may be: bsplay.sav and bsplay.bkf)
These files can all be opened with e.g. Notepad or WordPad.
:wink:
Edit: In WinXP starting from BSPlayer version 1.38 build 828 config is saved in user home directory

rupor 9th August 2005 09:17 PM

thanx one more time!


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