hey i noticed u guys were talking about the ff7:ac and i have recently gotten it too! but i havent watched it due to the same problem everyone else is havin. so thanks for all the suggestions and ill reply back sayin if i was succesful or not. before i leave i have a quesion does any one knwo if it is possible to bunr this movie to a dvd with the subtitles?? i hope someone can tell me a way becaue i cant figure it out:(
lol @ u guys :/ just rename the ****.ssa (file) to ***.avi (file). ok with me so far. now open the movie with VLC media player. now, click file > open file > now you’ll see a subtitle options tick box. click settings and add your subtitle file. it should work now. eazzy huh. lol
Thank geeks for moviecodec.com and google.
Still trying to get my subtitles to work too with the same MOVIE! I’m trying to use VLC but I’ve got a macintosh, thus mac version of VLC.
Gonna try out some of the suggestions above.
i have a similar problem...not ffac this time...
i dl-ed a movie where it comes with the ssa file...when i use vlc player to load the movie and the subtitle...the subtitle shown would display  instead of chinese(it is suppose to be chinese sub) i have no problem with vlc player when it is to display eng. subtitles...but this time i have no idea cuz even if i choose the 'style' for subtitle...i could get any thing...its either weird symbol...or  (squares) ...any idea on how to fix it / what video player to get?...thx in advance
i have tried to follow the instruction given above. I renamed the .ssa file to .avi but it still stays as a ssa file. I load it into the vlc player as the subtitle but it doesn’t work. No subtitles appear. Can you tell me what i am doing wrong?
k-lite kodec pac is the only way to go to play manga files with subtitles u can even play good quality movies with a 500 mhz pc with it it takes soo little processor time i have been using it for about a year now and havent found i file yet that it dosent wirk on yet