I watch a lot of dvd's with subtitles. However lately I've notaced a line appers over the subtitles from time to time. So I hooked my player to another set and they play fine on it so I know its not an issue the player.
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Re: line on subtitles
If the lettering on the subtitles or the picture quality are good as always dont worry about the line ,I doubt it will get worse.Try using a DVD cleaner for peace of mind and because you say the DVD is use it a lot.
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I think you may be confused. The translation feature is not contained in the DVD PLAYER, but in the DVD itself (the one that contains the movie or whatever you want to watch). There is no software to translate DVD movies. If the hindi translation is an option in the DVD, you should be able to access it through the DVD player menu.
I have the LG DVD recorder DRT389H which has the same problem. You can't switch off the subtitles during timer recording from the Electronic Programme Guide. The only way I could stop this was to go to the main set-up menu then select the A icon. Select DTV Subtitle and choose a language that the TV programme isn't broadcast in. I chose Gaelic. The only disadvantage is that this stops any subtitles being recorded so you can't access them later.