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el_princhipitooo 5th May 2007 05:05 PM

load subtitles but not show it command
 
i want to load the subtitles but hidden, load the subtitles but not show it. i use bsplayer.exe ../video.avi ../video.srt and the program loads and show the subtitles, i use ../video.avi ../video.srt -nsub and the program not show the subtitles but not load the subtitles. please help!

adicoto 5th May 2007 05:24 PM

I don't know if such a command exists. It does not show up in documentation. But after loading the movie with the subtitle you can hide it pressing "S". Pressing again "S" will show again the subtitle.

el_princhipitooo 5th May 2007 05:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
I don't know if such a command exists. It does not show up in documentation. But after loading the movie with the subtitle you can hide it pressing "S". Pressing again "S" will show again the subtitle.

dont you know how can I "press" S with a command inside a .bat file?!

adicoto 5th May 2007 05:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by el_princhipitooo
Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
I don't know if such a command exists. It does not show up in documentation. But after loading the movie with the subtitle you can hide it pressing "S". Pressing again "S" will show again the subtitle.

dont you know how can I "press" S with a command inside a .bat file?!

No, I don't, but I like how this second question came up :D

Tizio 6th May 2007 01:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by el_princhipitooo
Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
I don't know if such a command exists. It does not show up in documentation. But after loading the movie with the subtitle you can hide it pressing "S". Pressing again "S" will show again the subtitle.

dont you know how can I "press" S with a command inside a .bat file?!

Can't you just disable subtitles?
There's an option in BS.Player preferences:
CTRL+P -> Subtitles -> Subtitles disabled

artam 7th May 2007 05:03 PM

el_princhipitooo:

One of the features of bsplayer is capability of running it with ini (*.bsi) file instead of movie and subtitles in the command line. It is plain text file where you can specify the behaviour of the playing of the movie of your own. See documentation for more details.
To switch off the loaded subtitles set the parameter DefaultSub=0.

For example, this one will do your thing:

[Main]
Version=2.00

[Movie]
Title=My Movie Title
Directory=.
FName=mymovie.avi

[Subtitles]
Directory=.
Sub1=EN|mymovie.EN.srt
Sub2=SK|mymovie.SK.srt
Sub3=DE|mymovie.DE.srt
Font=238;Arial;28;0;00ffffff
FontColor=00ffffff
BackColor=XXXXXXXX
SubPos=-100
StartTime=0
;default subtitle (0=off)
DefaultSub=0

[Options]
FullScreen=1
PanScan=0


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