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    tezeah is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    i can't get my subbs to show when i load them. what are the option settings. to get them to show.

    i have XP SP2, 2Ghz CPU and 128mb PCI video card so its not a hardwhere issue. i need to know the settings. it worked once before. thanks in advance for any help you may provide.

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    Do you mean that when u load the file in media player classic that there is no subs following up.
    If that is the case then it shouldnt be happening either you downloaded a RAW file or ur player classic is broken, so download it again from a different site, and try again.
    Hope it works
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    What is the file extension? What codec pack you have installed (or codecs if you manually install them)? If you lode the file and go to File>Properties, what are the subtitle type (should be track 3 or 4, after the video and audio tracks)?

    Does the subtitles work in other media players that use the codec and splitters (not mPlayer or VCL)?

    Check as many of these as you can and get back to us. MPC can do a lot by itself, but sometimes it just needs the splitters and codecs.
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    it worked before but not anymore. the file is an *.rmvb and came with a *.srt file for subs. when i load it nothing comes up.
    Last edited by tezeah; 04-03-2007 at 07:28 AM.

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    make sure the srt file is in the same directory and has the same name as the rmvb file (minus the extension, of course). Start MPC and go to View, Options, Output. Make sure RMVB is set to either DirectX7 or DirectX9 (set the normal and quicktime outputs to VMR7 or 9 renderless too if you can, looks a lot better, but needs a stronger videocard). You should be able to enable the subtitles from the Play menu now.

    If you want to autoload them, I think you can set the option to do so under 'Playback' in options. Idk... I let VobSub handle it I think, and I don't use that codec or container either.
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    it work thank you everyone.

 

 

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