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Old 2004-06-19, 20:43   Link #1
whatever
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can't load subtitle in media player classic

when ever i go load subtitle, media player classic always goes:
something like this
"directshow: vmr7 or vmr9 renderless
"mediaplayer: speaical players....agagt1451taga"
"quicktime Dvx7 or dvx9 render"

yeah, i figured that the configureation in this thing is in the opition, and i did what i told me to do, still i can't load subtitle from it................ i have xp doesn't this mean that i can load subtitle, sine i have the directx 9........
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Old 2004-06-19, 20:48   Link #2
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when ever i go load subtitle, media player classic always goes:
something like this
"directshow: vmr7 or vmr9 renderless
"mediaplayer: speaical players....agagt1451taga"
"quicktime Dvx7 or dvx9 render"

yeah, i figured that the configureation in this thing is in the opition, and i did what i told me to do, still i can't load subtitle from it................ i have xp doesn't this mean that i can load subtitle, sine i have the directx 9........
I guess that problem will be solved if you follow the advice I gave you in this thread. Please do not open unnecessary threads, post in the other one instead.
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Old 2004-06-19, 20:54   Link #3
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dude, no offence, but if u dont know anything, dont post.

oggds do gives subtitle, but realy it sucks, in windows media player, the subtitle gives doesn't overlap the video, which makes the video small, and that's why i dont use that, and ffdshow supports many video files, but to play other files, u need more codec
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Old 2004-06-19, 20:56   Link #4
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dude, no offence, but if u dont know anything, dont post.

oggds do gives subtitle, but realy it sucks, in windows media player, the subtitle gives doesn't overlap the video, which makes the video small, and that's why i dont use that, and ffdshow supports many video files, but to play other files, u need more codec
Ah, OK
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Old 2004-07-29, 13:49   Link #5
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Hi!

I use BSplayer, it's free, and runs subs -> http://www.bsplayer.org

Have fun!
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