how do you get vlc to display subtitles?

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My problem is that I’ve got one file for the film (Silver City), but can only find subtitles for two CDs. How do I get VLC to display BOTH subtitle files, because I obviously can’t use the same name for both files. reply

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I also am having trouble seeing subtitles in VLC.

I have tried everything suggested above plus some and still no love! it’s doing my head!!

I thought I was on to something with what MarcC wrote but it still did not work.
Is it possible that I have it set to the wrong subtitle codec, subtitle text encoding or subtitle format? What should these be set to for watching downloaded movies on a Mac via VLC? reply

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To add to my last message I am getting this warning if I try and drag and drop the sub file:

no suitable demux module for file.... reply

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Hi i’m having so much trouble downloading subs on chinese films they do come with srt file, can i open this on my vlc player so i can download it then play on the tv with subtitles there? Many many many hours ive been trying.please help.

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How do people at TPB put subtitles INSIDE a movie? (i.e, no .srt file, and the subtitles automatically play, and you can disable them from the drop down list.)

I want to know this because the subtitles automatically in AND playing show up on psp.

Thanks! reply

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Sous Mac OS
Go to Preference of VLC ->Sub-title & OSD change the languege to Arabe(Windows-1256)
good luck reply

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i have vlc player but it does not support subtitle for movies...even i hv check the preferences.?
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im having a hard time finding a video player for my movie...the movie i downloaded doesnt have a subtitle track so it doesn’t show any subtitles...and because its in japanese..it also hard to understand..even though i watch anime always..how do i get a .srt file for japanese audio reply

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THANKS ! ! ! ! ! ! reply

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I didn’t read all of this, but, the easiest way, is to name the .srt file to the same thing as the movie file. (Erm.)

Example:

Movie.avi
Movie.srt

VLC should automatically find, and use the subtitle file. reply

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PS: The .srt file needs to be in the same directory as the movie file for that to work. (Should be obvious, but, yeah.) reply

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Very useful advice, thanks CastroHawk
The subtitle is display now. reply

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I have a MacBook and am thinking of gitnetg a Mini as a media server, so thanks for the useful information!e2€œif you want a Mac Mini and Front Row to run your home theatre, with 5.1 sound from third-party movie files, then ite2€™s not so easy.e2€9dDo you have any more information? It seems very silly that anything working through QuickTime has to be two channels. I was planning on using Front Row too. It doesn’t make much sense though, since the Apple TV effectively runs a Front Row equivalent but can play back 5.1 sound. Any clues? reply

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i tried dis ish n dis was d reply:VLC can not recognize the input format:
The format of 'C :/ Users/Elvii/Downloads/johnny-english_english-38951.zip' can not be detected. Take a look at the log for details reply

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I try everithing that you say, but my vlc doesn’t display rightly korean or arabic subtitles, what i can dooooooooooo reply

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Worked for me, too - Thank you very much! reply

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now it’s working thanks man reply

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u just drag .srt file in vlc player.. reply

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