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    PGS subtitles and BDP5100

    Good afternoon:
    I have a movie in mkv format which has subtitles in format pgs. I can not read the subtitles on the player bdp5100. Any solution?
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    Hi,

    ist the PGS file a text file? Mayby you could try to rename it to SRT or you just download the subtitle in a different file format (e.g. as *.srt).

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    Hi toengel,
    PGS is the subtitle format of the blurays (Extracted from m2ts). Isn't a text file, is a "picture" (as in the dvd).
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    Hi,

    did you installed the latest firmware update for your player. Maybe it works after that. If not I suggest to download the subtitle as external file (srt format). Rename the SRT such as it is the same name of your MKV and put it in the same folder.

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    Hi,
    Yes, I've installed the last firmware. I'll try to insert srt subtitles.
    Thanks.

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    Hi,

    you don't need to insert the SRT into the MKV. It is enough to have 2 files of the same naming scheme:

    movie.mkv
    movie.srt

    Then you can activate the subtitle...

    Toengel@Alex

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    Ok, thanks

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