are you sure? did you try to turn on the subtitles or what cuz some plopee dont know how to get the subtitles on, you go to the videos tab (this is for vlc) and there is a subtitles section and select the language, if that doesnt work id try downloading it in .avi version References :
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Why would you post this in Country? Get that crap out of here!(And to answer your oeistuqn, download either Limewire or Frostwire from their respective websites (limewire.com or frostwire.com), install the software and download the song.
The latest version of Direct Vob Sub is 2.39. You can download it from here - http://www.free-codecs.com/download/DirectVobSub.htm. It is a 450 KB download. After downloading it, just install it.
Now when whenever you want to view any subtitles, copy the SRT file to the same folder as your video and rename it to the same file as the movie but with the SRT extension. If your movie file is ABC.avi, then you should have your subtitle file ABC.srt in the same folder.
download and install DirectVobSub, make sure your movie files name has the same name with your subtitles file.Open windows media player and right click.Set up your subtitles language anabled.close your WMP and reopen it. If its not working again, try to open your movie with WINDOWS MEDIA CENTER... there you go,it should work now.
On Mac, Use VLC 3.1 or better.
Select VIDEO menu>SubtitleTrack>track 1, and your .srt will play in language you downloaded from addic7ed or other, when you play movie already loaded.
You can do this in pause [spacebar] mode, then [spacebar] again to start.
Oh, if you’re really new at this, the .srt file needs to be exactly the same name [except for the extension... .srt, .mkv, or .avi. - in order for VLC to autodetect the file and give you the above choice of track 1.
simply select .avi file, and single click again; it will select all text except for extension.
Then copy, and paste to other mate file same way to insure identical text. It can be named anything, long as they match.
I am using a Mac OS X Lion 10.7.4
In order to play avi and srt files, just make sure both files of the same movie are in the same folder first.
and run it.
Play the avi file and subtitles will appear.
If subtitles do not appear, just click 'File' in MPlayer OS X Extended followed by 'Open Subtitles'.
Generally Windows Movie Maker supoprt .asf, .avi, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, .wmv. If you use Vista it also supoprt .dvr-ms.Try convert your record file again and reset the productivity.Try another record converter.U can google or yahoo.Hope this can help you!
Have both .avi and .srt files in one folder. Both files should have the same file name except for the file extension which are '.avi' and '.srt'.
(best is to copy and paste the title to the subtitle file name)
Movie file name: Amour.avi
then the subtitle file should be
On the upper left click
>Subtitles & OSD
>then under Enable Onscreen Display, uncheck 'Enable OSD'
Hope it works for other MAC users too. Enjoy! :)
bro, i already had the same problem with AVI files and so on, it did show a strange letters, so just in VLC , go to tools-> preferences-> Subtitles & OSD, then see the default encoding, change it to Arabic ( windows 1256 )
it worked here ;) and that’s the real solution ;)