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Ok,so i wanna ask if there is a solution to my problem.

I have a tc show who has built-in subs,tho they are white and cannot be seen so easy,so i wanna know is there any way i can change the color of that sub?

Oh and by the way,can i turn em off somehow?

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Can you tell us what kind of video file we are talking about ? .AVI, .OGM, .MKV... because each have (or not) a solution.
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Can you tell us what kind of video file we are talking about ? .AVI, .OGM, .MKV... because each have (or not) a solution.
Its .AVI

Tho i dont get it i have another show its .AVI too,tho at this one subs are green (as ive putted that way in bsplayer),and they have built in subs too...

whats wrong?

How can i make em green?
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That a movie-file is .avi doesn't tell what codec was used to create it.
Anyhow (if it concerns external textbased subs (such as e.g. a .srt-file)):
default settings (such as for font/colour/background) for subtitles (primary and secondary) can be set under:
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Subtitles [Subtitle properties]
settings for an individual movie (when the movie and subs are loaded):
(rightclick >) Subtitles > Primary/Secondary > Subtitle properties ... etc.

Of course it it always possible that the subtitles are "burned into the movie", in which case you cannot change or remove them (as they then are simply part of the movie-picture).
If the "burned-in" subs are not so clear, you could perhaps "superimpose" external subtitles on them with a non-transparent background (uncheck/deselect "Transparent background" under [Subtitle properties]).
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