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peppe 3rd November 2003 09:23 PM

No subtitles
 
Hi
I have problems with loading subtitles I checked everything in preferences but everything I do in Controls staus alvays No subtitles It seems he dont load at al
Somebody had the same problem
Please let me know how to solve this

REDONDOS 4th November 2003 05:27 AM

This sounds pretty weird to me, check the following:
- What's the format of the subtitles file you are trying to load?
- You don't have the font for subtitles in black color, do you???

peppe 4th November 2003 01:02 PM

I have .srt format
and I try to put movie and subtitle in one map with the same name diferent extensions
And for color I don't kome to set color at all because he don't load nothing
It says No subtitles

scotty81 5th November 2003 09:16 AM

did you try with a bsi file??
do you have direct vobsub ??

adicoto 5th November 2003 01:46 PM

Could you post here something like 5-6 lines from your subtitle file ?

REDONDOS 5th November 2003 05:50 PM

Try these:
- Uncheck: Options > Subtitles > Don't show subtitles
Load the subtitles, if they still don't show up, press 's'.

And yeah, paste a piece of your subtitle file so we know if it really is in SRT format.

peppe 6th November 2003 08:18 PM

this is a pieco of subtitle from a movie
 
1
00:00:19,512 --> 00:00:24,034
God sprak tot Abraham,
"Dood voor mij je zoon."

2
00:00:24,035 --> 00:00:27,170
Abe zegt, "H?©, bedonder je me."

3
00:00:28,558 --> 00:00:30,078
God zegt, "Nee."

4
00:00:30,079 --> 00:00:31,559
Abe zegt, "Wat ?"

5
00:00:31,560 --> 00:00:34,921
God zegt, "Je kunt doen wat je wil, Abe,

adicoto 6th November 2003 08:34 PM

Subtitle file looks ok to me. So, check out that you have latest build of bsplayer 0.86.501. Second, check the exact filenames. Maybe is a blank space you missed. Third, try renaming the subtitle file using .txt or.sub extension.

peppe 7th November 2003 11:50 AM

I forgot to ask why I get this error when I try to change something?
BSPlayer v0.86.501, Unhandled exception at EIP: 00491DED
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
Floating point division by zero
EZeroDivide
, 0x004C9F33, 0x004CA1AD, 0x004526BB, 0x00449D26, 0x77E3A2D0, 0x77E145E5, 0x77E15B51, 0x004DD64A, 0x7C5987E7

adicoto 7th November 2003 01:38 PM

Could you tell us something about your hardware ?
And about your bsplayer version, and about directx version, and about how did you installed bsplayer ?

peppe 8th November 2003 03:01 PM

Ok I have win 2000 with 261,616 KB RAM
I have XviD MPEG4 Codec instaled divx player 2,5 I have ffdshow and SubSync
BSPlayer version 0.86 I instaled with bsplay86501.exe
I hoope this helps
Thanx for responde

adicoto 8th November 2003 04:10 PM

Does that appear on any movie or on xvid coded ones ?

peppe 8th November 2003 08:57 PM

Yes I try with .mpg .mpeg .avi
Hmm strange

peppe 8th November 2003 09:07 PM

I fixed it
I just removed that version and installed again and now he is doing fine
Great
Thanx for your responses


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