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Great Vovs 22nd March 2006 04:45 PM

problem with autoloaded russian subtitles in mkv file
 
I have BSPlayer version 1.39, Build 829, 16. Feb 2006
my PC: AMD Athlon XP 2400+ 2.0GHz, video: NV GF4MX 440 64MB
the file is MKV with built-in english subtitles. videocodec is XviD Mpeg 4, DivX5 (i think it's not important)

When BSPlayer auto loads my russian subtitles for MKV-file (files have same name) with (and only with) built-in subtitles (separate stream from video), subtitles appears very strange. it have no cyrillic symbols. Sometimes appers some english symbols, and the other symbols are unrecognizable something like square.. And sometimes when i'm trying to close BSPlayer or switch to built-in english subs, BSPlayer crashes with "send a report" dialog window..
When i renamed a subtitle file, and manually loaded it, i had no problems with it.

adicoto 22nd March 2006 07:40 PM

Wich splitter do you use for MKV files ? Haali (matroska pack) or Gabest ?

Great Vovs 23rd March 2006 12:07 AM

my AVIcodec determines it as Matroska Source and Matroska Splitter v. 1,0,2,6 by Gabest

Great Vovs 23rd March 2006 12:39 AM

i've installed haali splitter, and now it's much better
thanks for idea


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