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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had the same problem and figured out a way ....
actually , there is the way of putting hard coded subtitles onto the movie , but i dont think that it is a good solution as of you need to reincode the movie.
my solution, the hebrew fonts are not available in this device , and probably wont be availabe any time soon. so you need to use dvd subtitles, in the format of .sub and .idx. the sub file is quite big - 1 to 5 mb depanding on how much text there is in the subtitle file u have.
these files you can make using subtilte creator for example.
you have to put it in the same dir and same name as the avi file, and to rename the srt file or delete it.
this solution is not funal because there is some kind of bug not shutting down the subtitles, for this i have written alittle prog to fix...
anyway , if you want the prog, or more info contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org , with the word trekstor on the subject.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
It seems like you do not have a picture viewer associated with the image file format that you save the pictures in.
Did you try opening a graphics program and then opening the pictures from there?
Install IrfanView if needed, opens almost anything image related.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
SOURCE: I think that I accidentally
I Dont think so David,
Best advise is to Take It Back To The Shop You Bought It From And Let Them Do The Tec Work.
OR DO IT THE EASY WAY.
Set it back 3 weeks ago so it will work Correctly
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
as the mac has a diffreent format to a pc you cannot connect up the drive to a pc because it simply wont recodnise it. the best way is to network the 2 computers together then alow file sharing on the mac and searcc with windows through the network to find the drive. then copy them across the network to your pc. this will then reformat the files to PC files at they hit your PC
Posted on May 17, 2010
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