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Cela 24th July 2014 06:11 PM

How to set preferred default subtitle file extension?
I would like to set *.srt as preferred default subtitle file extension for subtitle files in the video folder.

How can I ask BSplayer to automatically open, load and display the subtitles contained in file "" if such a file is available in the video folder?
This would be what I really need!

Currently, *.txt, seems to be BSplayer's preferred subtitle default!
If I have subtitles not turned off, BSplayer ignores the subtitle file available and opens the first *.txt file which it finds in the video folder, even if it does not obey any subtitle format! :confused:

Do I really have to misname srt to txt and txt to xyz before I start BSplayer?

Please help!

adicoto 24th July 2014 10:06 PM

Options -> preferences -> subtitles -> uncheck " automatically load all subtitles in folder". Now it should load only the file with the same name as the video file

Cela 25th July 2014 08:38 AM

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Thanks for the quick answer!
Unfortunately it does not solve my problem.

Ico-man 6th August 2014 02:38 PM

By default BSPlayer first searches for srt, sub, ssa, ass only then will it try to open txt as a subtitle.

Aliraza05 26th September 2014 01:22 PM

Options -> preferences -> key definition and WinLIRC -> select "cycle through subtitles" and here you can define your own key combination.

No, you can't add.


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