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    Unhappy MKV files and Subtitles

    I am streaming .mkv files with .srt files for subtitles.
    The video is displayed correctly, but I am not able to see or activate subtitles.
    Can anyone give me some advice?
    I am using the HTS9921 SoundHub and am running video files off my MacBook using TwonkyServer.
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    Hi

    First: you did not mention Model No or FW Version!
    Second: Subtitles are supported on certain 2k11 TV's only and only via USB.

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    problem with playin mkv via usb

    I av an mkv + srt movie,tryin to play via usb but my tv tells me cant play file or file not found.some1 pls come to my rescue

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    Hi,

    what TV do you have and which firmware is installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    what TV do you have and which firmware is installed?

    Toengel@Alex
    My Tv is phillips 42pfl7606t/12 and i av installed the latest firmware from the official website.it does not play (mkv + srt) files. which means i can't watch 3d movies via usb.

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