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Old 22nd April 2010
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Default Subtitles are not displayed - MKV file

Hi guys.
I have Haali media splitter for mkv files, and I am using BS player 1.37.826.
So I am playing MKV file that has multiple subtitle options for different languages, but none of them seem to appear. I even downloaded normal srt file but no subtitles are displayed.
When I open BS player options menu, the "Show subtitles S" option is disabled, I can't turn it on.

Just to clarify more, this is not the first mkv file that I played that "refuses" to load any subtitles. Many other mkv files are fine and I do see the subs attached. Others don't show the subs attached, but I can use srt file and then I see it.
But occasionally I can't see subs at all, no matter what I do. Do I have some codec missing or what? Why some of the mkv files that have subs attached don't show them and subtitles option in BS player is disabled?

Thanks.

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Default Same Problem

I have the same situation. Could you help us?
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Default Convert SUB to SRT Files

I trated convert from type sub to type srt with SubAdjust but I get an error mesage from the input file. Wich other program I can use to convert it.
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No better help like self help.
I dug more and found that sometimes encoders put *.ssa or *.ass types of files as subtitles. These are more complex files than srt, although not really necessary.
Still couldn't find codec that will recognize them, but I guess later version of the bsplayer can handle it.
So what I do is the following:
I found free small program called MKVExtractGUI2, and when I use it on the mkv file it displays all the tracks inside, including subs file/s. I extract the one I need, then I open it with Subtitle Workshop, or any kind of subtitles editing tool, and save them as srt file.
And voilĂ ! I have normal srt that I can use. You can even add this srt to mkv as well, but I personally don't need to do that.
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ASS / SSA support was aded later than your build of BSPlayer. But still, animation effects in SSA still not supported IIRC (haven't tested long time).
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