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.
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?
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.
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
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.)
VLC should automatically find, and use the subtitle file.
I have a MacBook and am thinking of gitnetg a Mini as a media server, so thanks for the useful information!e2â¬Åif you want a Mac Mini and Front Row to run your home theatre, with 5.1 sound from third-party movie files, then ite2â¬â¢s not so easy.e2â¬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?
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