Thread: Subtitles?
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Old 11th July 2004
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Even though txt files are not the most widely supported formats, I is still annoying that as from 809 BSplayer does not support the subtitle format with time stamps instead of frames anymore.

I have masses of CD's with this format and for me that means that if it is not included in 810, I will stick with 808 or find another player.

It is the most widely used format in Poland and here in The Netherlands it is also very widely used.

It is very easy to change an error in such a subtitle with even a simple application like notepad.
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