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    Question No subtitles display on USB playback

    I've just got a 32PFL3008H/12 TV and when I play a video from a USB stick (not one recorded from the TV itself) I cannot get subtitles to display.

    I can select the relevent .srt files (or even a different srt file) and turn the subtitles on and off (or at least that's what the TV & menus tell me) but no subtitles are actually displayed.

    Any ideas?

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    Hi,

    normally the video file name and the srt filename should be identical:

    -movie.avi
    -movie.srt

    Now you can enable the subtitle with the remote.

    Toengel@Alex

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    Thanks for the quick reply!

    The video and srt files do have the same name (in my case the video is mp4 rather than avi but I imagine that makes no difference).

    If I go into the subtitles menu the correct srt file is always already selected so I think the TV "knows" that it belongs to the currently playing movie.

    I've tried with 2 different mp4 files, each with their own srt file.

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