[no Bug] - Subtitle Issues (.m2ts .mkv) MPC Splitter Matroska and Mpeg. | Page 8

Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1.1.0 RC 1 & 2' started by Sebastiii, February 21, 2010.

  1. Sebastiii
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    Hi,

    I think it's the rest of subs but if i wait Russian sub appear and it's Ok, i didn't have this at each time.
    Surely it's reproductable in MPC-HC too.

    I try to see if i can reproduce at each time :)
    Seb.



    EDIT : i just tested and i have do the same in MPC-HC.
    I select subs #3 -> Go to OFF -> Subs #1 (Russian) and i can see a few subs in english (i think is subs #3).
    So i have the same thing that in MP.

    But i'm on Win7 :)
    Cheers,
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  3. cpp2005
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    Hi
    I updated patch thread with latest sources, it's for the same dll I posted here.

    rivera
    Don't know where the problem is. Let's see if more people have it.
     
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    sorry to be dumb but does this patch allow mpc-hc to be used as for subtitles within mediaportal to play PGS subtitles with bluray movies that are in a *.m2ts format?
     
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    I do not know the answer to your question, but I just managed to do that (i.e. play a Blu-Ray rip in .m2ts format from HDD with working PGS subtitles) using the Blu-Ray Handler plug-in.

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    Hi,

    On somes .m2ts, the MPC Mpeg Splitter find SUB and it's play by MPC-HC (subtitle option in MP configuration) and soon by FFDshow integrated Option (need patch too).
    Otherwise if the sub isn't detected, we have to make a BD structure with tsmuxer and with it subs are detected correctly.
    Cheers,
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    thanks i will give bluray handler a crack and see if it helps, it does seem random that the subtitles that are PGS are found on some movies and not others, have to do more digging i think.
     

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