main debug: using demux2 module “avi”
main debug: forced subtitle: /mnt/media/Smallville [5x07] Splinter.txt
main debug: `/mnt/media/Smallville [5x07] Splinter.txt' gives access `' demux `' path `/mnt/media/Smallville [5x07] Splinter.txt'
main debug: creating access '' path='/mnt/media/Smallville [5x07] Splinter.txt'
main debug: looking for access2 module: 5 candidates
vcd debug: trying .cue file: /mnt/media/Smallville [5x07] Splinter.cue
access_file debug: opening file `/mnt/media/Smallville [5x07] Splinter.txt'
main debug: using access2 module “access_file”
main debug: pre buffering
main debug: received first data for our buffer
main debug: creating demux: access='' demux='subtitle' path='/mnt/media/Smallville [5x07] Splinter.txt'
main debug: looking for demux2 module: 2 candidates
vobsub debug: this doesn’t seem to be a vobsub file
subtitle debug: autodetecting subtitle format
subtitle error: failed to recognize subtitle type
main warning: no demux2 module matching “subtitle” could be loaded
main error: no suitable demux module for `/subtitle:///mnt/media/Smallville [5x07] Splinter.txt'
This is from “messages” on VLC 0.8.4 .
I tried many solutions, many other movies and subtitles and always the same :(
What to do ? :/
i have a pc running xp and vlc...i used the excellant suggestion from earlier:
using VLC go to preferences and deselect 'automatically detect subtitle files' and then choose the subtitle file to be played with the movie using the 'browse' button. It’s not automatic but it works!
it does work on windows as well as macs...very simple :)
Here is a guide how to add subs to your avi file.Having a file called subtitle is not enough but one roule is keep the subtitle file in same folder with your avi.Besides this you have to create a relation with your ifo file from your video ts folder in order to make a dvd.The story is longer so for now star reading this guide and download some tools for adding or ripping or converting subtitle.Virtual Dub is very popular and easy to use follow the guide and learn: http://www.divxland.org/permanentsubtitling.php
Here is another link to help you out just type subtitle on search.http://www.afterdawn.com/search/search_results.cfm?requesttimeout=500
Use glossary if you don’t understand some terms like muxing/demuxing etc.Good Luck.
Installing anything found on this URL () did not work.
It says that it can’t find
Then it says that I can review the settings before a “new config file” is to be created. I don’t understand much of what I could do, but anyway it doesn’t work better from one time to the other.
Ok so i downloaded this Directvobsub from:
the thing is i have no clue hwo to install it. on the site it says go to run and type in this crap. so i did i type it in and it says quartz.dll install complete then i went to the file renamed both files to the same name but it wont work. the intall faq said something about .dll files also but i figures it didnt mean much. what am i missing? did i run te wrong program? pls email me or post reply
yea... im tryin to watch a kurdish film, and i cant speak kurdish... i have the srt file nd have no idea how to use it. i tried the mplayer/mewig and installed the dll but it didnt work. can ne one help peelease most of the crap written above is too complicated. i have a pc and use vlc ty
i have a good one! the vobsub thing didn’t work, so I downloaded BS player - works great... But, there’s a twist in the tale: How can I burn my movie (using divx to dvd) with subtitles. Note: Only BS player displays subtitles, none of the others do :(