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2710 24th June 2010 01:26 PM

Subs keep showing editor comments...
 
Hi,

So an example would be:


Look Out! { Not sure about this }

I.e The editors comments. What its supposed to only show is:

Look Out!

Can anyone help?

I am using BS Player ver 2.41 on Vista with CCCP 2009.

Thanks!

2710 27th June 2010 09:17 PM

So...no one can help?

BSPeter 27th June 2010 11:24 PM

Type of subs? Comments in conformity with the defined standard for those subs?
Remove comments?
Download SubTool 2.6 Free - This program can edit MicroDVD and SubRip subtitles. - Softpedia
:wink:

2710 1st July 2010 07:06 PM

Hmmm...so there no way to do it without installing some other stuff?

Type of subs...um... its not a separate file, its within the mkv file, but I know its definitely not burnt into the image.

I dont understand your second question

I dont really want to have to use a program for every single video I watch...isnt there an option in BS player to do this for me? Coz other players dont show the comments.

I just want to know, is it just me? Or is it like this for everyone else?

Thanks

2710 8th July 2010 05:29 PM

http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b2...GHBSPLAYER.jpg

Here is a picture. Does NO one know?

adicoto 13th July 2010 09:16 PM

By any chance, isnt that a ssa/ass subtitle and you are using the old subtitle engine that can't display correctly this kind of subs ?

2710 15th July 2010 04:45 PM

Um, Im not really sure, how do I check if its ssa/ass? All i know is that there is no separate file for subtitles, that its inside the mkv i think.

And what subtitle engine? I dunno what that is, I got the latest BS Player now, but it still doesn't work....

adicoto 15th July 2010 07:09 PM

Usually, anime / manga come with ASS/SSA subtitles. BSPlayer doesn't have full support for this subtitle format. A fair support, though, it's made possible if you use the new subtitle rendering engine. It can be activated by going to preferences -> subtitles -> use new engine.
As for the mkv file, any media info can ell you that info. Even VirtualDubMOD.


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