Re: Hello, I'm trying to display Arabic srt subtitles ...
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).
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You dont need to update your software of your dvd,you just need to make sure your dvd usb supports arabic or just do this, Search your movie in google with SUBTITLE ex.Superman subtitle, then if you found your language download it, usually it is a .zip file when you download it ex Superman subtitle.zip you will need to extract that using winrar or any extract tool, after extracting the file should end with .srt ex. superman subtitle.srt, if it is, make a folder in your usb then copy the movie and subtitle in it (make sure the movies name and subtitle name are the same ex. superman.mp4 and superman.srt) then play it.
Firstly i am not able to understand your problem correctly.What i think your problem i am writing solution according to that.
Try playing in different player or better player like vlc which can play all types of media files. May be there is some problem in your player caching.As caching needed everytime u play a movie.Try uninstalling your player then reinstalling.
It seems that subtitle file must have exactly same name as movie file.
Movie file: Mission impossible.avi
Subtitle file: Mission impossible.srt or Mission impossible.sub
Movie file: Mission_impossible.avi
Subtitle file: Mission_impossible.srt
You have to download a set of files, burn them on to a CD or DVD (check the help file in the download) and then insert the CD or DVD to your DVD Player and follow the on-screen instructions. It is really simple, just make sure you download the correct upgrade from the website. And one advice, use a RW DVD or RW CD because you may have to try it many times ;) .
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.
it is quite easy to play those anoying subtitles
first name the same way both files (video file and subtitle file)
be sure that both files are in the same folder
insert the cd/dvd in the yht-630
when the menu appears select the subtitle file using the arrow keys and press the "subtitle" key after this at the screen you will see -> subtitle selected
finally select the file that contains the movie (again arrow keys) and press "ok" or "play " key
the movie will start and the subtitles will appear.
it functions with sub and srt files