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    Switch multiple .srt subs on a mkv movie

    Hi, i watch mkv movies from usb. When he .srt sub is the same name as the movie everithing works ok. Now i'm wondering how is possible to switch different .srt languages subs on a specific movie, as i cant have 2 srt files named the same? Beacause i see there is an option in the TV subtitles menu to switch sub language. Thanks



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    Try naming the files like:
    <movie>.mkv
    <movie>.en.srt
    <movie>.ru.srt
    That's the usual way for naming subtitle language files. Maybe the TV will read them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghuk View Post
    Try naming the files like:
    <movie>.mkv
    <movie>.en.srt
    <movie>.ru.srt
    That's the usual way for naming subtitle language files. Maybe the TV will read them.
    Nope, it doesnt work.

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    Hi,

    only
    - movie.mkv
    - movie.srt

    should work...

    Toengel@Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    only
    - movie.mkv
    - movie.srt

    should work...

    Toengel@Alex

    Then what "subtitle language" option is for?

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    Hi,

    maybe if you have a MKV with integrated subs... or it's meant to be for the encoding of the srt

    Toengel@Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    maybe if you have a MKV with integrated subs... or it's meant to be for the encoding of the srt

    Toengel@Alex
    I thought Integrated subs don't work on these tvs. At least I tried adding multiple subs to a mkv with mkvmerge but it didn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morarus View Post
    I thought Integrated subs don't work on these tvs. At least I tried adding multiple subs to a mkv with mkvmerge but it didn't work.
    Ok, I'm using the mkvmerge GUI v2.9.5.
    I have add up until 3 SRT file with different language, and it works.
    Well, I guess, this seems to be the DivX+ HD issue.
    The solution is provided by the DivX+ HD support website.

    With device that is with DivX Ultra certification, there is no such issue happen.
    But again, DivX Ultra only decode H263 codec in AVI container, whereas decode all H264 codec in .mp4, .mkv, and .avi container.

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