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Subtitles don't come from the television, they come from the cable box or satellite receiver.
'this tv'? The secret one you haven't told us about :>)
Posted on Aug 14, 2019
SOURCE: divx greek subtitles
look in the menu and try to change the encoding, There should be 3 options, Unicode, Cyrilic & Greek. Select greek if the .sub or .srt file is in ANSI encoding, or select Unicode if the file is in UTF-8 or Unicode encoding.
To find out the encoding of an .srt file the simpliest thing to do is open them with notepad and got to "File" -> "Save as", The encoding should appear in the bottom of the dialog.
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
If you have Arabic lang. in your windows, and you have the movie (.avi) and the subtitle (.srt) in the same folder with exactly the same name for both 2 files, and you use VLC as media player .. then:
1-Download (Subtitle Edit 2.9.3) software .. it's free!.
2-after setup .. open the subtitle (.srt file ) and adjust "defult file encoding" (same window-left side) to: UNICODE
4- Save (from file tab).
5- You can also adjust the time (later or earlier).
In case you have any questions, my e-mail:
Ahmed Hosny [Egypt]
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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