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    55PFL6606H/12 subtitle support

    1. Any reason why not to support subtitles from DLNA and only from USB?
    2. Any language / character encoding other than english supported? (e.g. UTF-8?)
    3. If you don't support non-english encodings, will you support rendered subtitles format (e.g. IDX/SUB)?

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    Hi

    We don't support external subtitles via DLNA, only via USB.
    For DLNA the Subtitles must be hard-coded to the Video File.

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    "For DLNA the Subtitles must be hard-coded to the Video File."
    Why? Is this not a normal operation?
    Last edited by reg48; 01-19-2012 at 09:59 PM.

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