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neral 23rd March 2007 02:31 PM

Subtitles in MKV (x264, H264)
Hello, now i can play MKV files with BSPlayer 2.15 : it's so great !!!!!

But i am french, so i watch MKV in english, but with subtitles in french, and BSPlayer have a problem with this....

BSplayer can display the subtitles, but :
- we can't choose the size
- we can't move up or down the subtitles
- in full screen, the subtitles are ALWAYS in the movie, even if i want them in the "Black Part" for 2.35 movies...
- for a 4/3 screen : if the video is 4/3, subtitles are perfect, but if the video is in cinemascope (16/9, 1.85, 2.35) the subtitles are "crushed" (size down in height, perfect in width...)
- inverse problem for video in laptop (screen 16/10)....

Sorry for my english!!!

adicoto 23rd March 2007 07:11 PM

Can you tell us wich decoders (filters) are used to decode the file and also, and the most important, the splitter you use ? You can find them when playing an MKV file via rightclick->options->filters->advanced. Please post here.
Do you use internal or external subtitles ?
Are you sure you use BSPlayer's internal subtiles rendering engine, or vobsub/vsfilter ?

LE: tested with both types of subtitles, no problem in here, using CoreAVC, AC3filter, Gabest matroska splitter

neral 28th March 2007 02:10 PM

the subtitles are display : internal in BSplayer
In filters :
- Default Direct Sound Device
- AC3Filter 1.20b
- CoreAVC Video Decoder
- EQ
- Real Audio Decoder
- Source : - About : Haali Media Splitter
- Options...

adicoto 28th March 2007 03:20 PM

1. Try to uninstall real audio decoder nand install AC3Filter
2. Try to uninstall Haali media splitter and install Gabest matroska splitter

Try 1. and if no succes then try 2.

neral 28th March 2007 11:27 PM

i have uninstalled haali splitter, real audio decoder, ac3filter.
i have installed gabest matroska splitter.

Results : i have the video and sound working (i can also choose the language).

But i can't have any subtitles.... WHY ??? :(

neral 29th March 2007 12:28 AM

it is the VOBSUB subtitles that aren't displayed... (the same that aren't resizeable with Haali Splitter !)

neral 30th March 2007 11:18 PM

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With the haali splitter : i can see this.

The subtitles are squeezed, and they can't be moved up or down.

cf. it is a movie with vobsub subtitles.

adicoto 30th March 2007 11:30 PM

Since ages there was an incompatibility between Haali and BSPlayer. Why ? I don't know. Seems there are a lots of issues (still) with the splitter. As my personal opinion, I try to use Gabest because the results match better my preferences. SOmetimes the results are not the best, but neither Haali's. So, we just have to hope the team will solve this issues.

neral 31st March 2007 12:39 AM

i have try Gabest ... but there was no subtitles at all !!!! maybe it was an old version... do you have a link where i can download the latest version ?

adicoto 31st March 2007 01:11 AM

As I've said, the results are not the best allways. But it's posible to have that problem because of the encoder who used in matroska container a stream compressed in x264 but using VfW profile.

Here you can download lates build,

But as the subtitles are in VobSub format, you can also allow it to display the subtitles . I know it's not a good solution, but for the moment...

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