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asdf321 23rd August 2005 02:26 PM

Vobsub (.idx) subtitles in new BSplayer v 1.35 (b823)
Hello I am a newbie here.. but I was wondering... I have question about .idx susbtitles. I know till now that these kind of subs hasn't been supported on bsplayer. But in the new version of bsplayer, they have included this support. Quote from the changelog:

* added native support for VobSub subtitles (no need for VSFilter), external and embedded are supported

I installed new verison of bsplayer yesterday, but I still can't load those subtitles. Can anyone help? Do I really need to install vobsub or is there some other solution?

Walt Disney 15th December 2005 12:52 AM

i tried it now. and it worked

i have this film: Extreme.Dating 2004

and the subtitles: Extreme.Dating 2004.idx and Extreme.Dating 2004.sub

everything in the same folder and you have to tell bsplayer where it;s the folder and that;s it

it worked for me but i only tried it once

i;ll keep you inform

Walt Disney 15th December 2005 02:00 AM

i tried it with Coach.Carter. , Hitch and The Longest Yard

All worked!!!!!!

SiRoCs 15th December 2005 12:24 PM


everything in the same folder and you have to tell bsplayer where it;s the folder and that;s it
Can you explain this a little more? BSP supposedly loads any sub that is in the same folder of the movie. VobSub subtitles don't work for me, either.

I have movie and subs in the same folder and they all share the same name. It seems to load it properly (I can select it from the contextual menu) but they don't appear on screen...and I have checked it with media player and the vobsub filter and they work flawlessly. By the way, I'm using 1.37.

Walt Disney 15th December 2005 12:38 PM

1 Attachment(s)
hi, i just have bsplayer. i don;t have any plugins or anything or filters or .......

try these settings. i don;t know that;s how i have it ( see the attachment)

i should work , if not i;ll put the subtitles that worked for me

good luck

Walt Disney 15th December 2005 12:41 PM

one more thing, the film and the subtitles MUST have the same name.

Careful with that!




SiRoCs 15th December 2005 12:50 PM

I applied similar settings but still don't work. It's weird because BSP loads them, but it's impossible to show them up. And yes, they all have the same name, I even tried to change them the name, put them in another folder and load them manually, but in this case it's worse, BSP even load it!

Walt Disney 15th December 2005 12:53 PM

can you watch .srt subtitles?

SiRoCs 15th December 2005 12:59 PM

Yes, I tried .srt and they work.

Walt Disney 15th December 2005 01:36 PM

here it;s .idx and .sub from the longest yard

go to your films and copy the name of the film

and add it to these subtitles ( it doesn;t matter if they are not for that film )

eg: a film you have like Terminator.avi

so take these two and rename them with


and now double click on Terminator.avi

and then watch it and jump to the minute 2 of the film and you should

see the subtitles

i should wooorkkk, lol!!

i could even change the language

open the attachment, and see the photo. it was from another film because i don;t have the longest yard but it worked

I have the version 1.37 ( not pro )

Good luckkkk!!!!

SiRoCs 15th December 2005 01:40 PM

Where is the attachment?

Walt Disney 15th December 2005 01:43 PM

i can;t upload .rar only images

i think

tell me your email and i;ll send them to you

SiRoCs 15th December 2005 01:47 PM

I sent a PM to you with my e-mail adress. Check it please!

SiRoCs 15th December 2005 02:26 PM

Whoa, still don't work, even with your subs. ?Any author could explain it?

Tizio 15th December 2005 06:08 PM

You can attach different filetypes:

Allowed Extension Groups and their Sizes
Archives -> Maximum Upload Size: 2 MB
gtar gz tar tgz z zip
Documents -> Maximum Upload Size: 2 MB
ai bsz doc dot eps pdf ppt ps wrd xls
Executables -> Maximum Upload Size: 2 MB
Images -> Maximum Upload Size: 2 MB
gif ief jpe jpeg jpg pbm pgm png pnm ppm ras rgb tif tiff xbm xpm xwd
Plain Text -> Maximum Upload Size: 2 MB
asc c cc cpp h hh hpp txt
Real Media -> Maximum Upload Size: 2 MB
Streams -> Maximum Upload Size: 2 MB

@ SiRoCs
Maybe try to change the rendering mode you use to display movies. To do so, go to Preferences -> Video -> Video rendering :wink:

adicoto 15th December 2005 08:12 PM

Yes, but usually subtitles come in .rar format. That was the ideea. And to use them like this I think is the new option from BSPlayer (unrar.dll must be in the folder is specified)

SiRoCs 15th December 2005 11:05 PM

Tried all the rendering modes and none has worked...

Walt Disney 15th December 2005 11:29 PM

format c:

it;s the answer

SiRoCs 16th December 2005 12:09 AM

Na, windows media player + vobsub filter works. Format C? God, it's a recently formatted system, this is not the solution :P

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