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    Subtitles

    How is it possible to make subtitles smaller?
    referring to my new pfl7007

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    I would also prefer to make them bigger (of free resize), even if I have 55pfl8007. But more important is that the subtitle to be automatically loaded if they are in the same folder with movie) or to have the possibility to change between 2 -3 subtitles).

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    I have same problem with subtitles size. (pfl 6007h12). Any solution?

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    Hi all,

    The subtitle size is dependent on the source material. The TVs do not have the function to change the size.

    Subtitles will automatically load from a folder when the video file and the subtitle file have the same file name. For example:

    mymovie.avi
    mymovie.srt

    The TVs do not support multiple subtitles.

    Best regards,
    Ina

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    I think you can actually have multiple subtitles - atleast on BRD players - provided you use a naming system similar to this example:

    mymovie.avi
    mymovie.ENG.srt
    mymovie.SPA.srt
    mymovie.GER.srt

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    Thank you for your answer, Ina.But sorry for the result.

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