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    USB cyrilic?

    Hello! I've bought a PHILIPS 32PFL5507K/12 last month. Well I am a bulgarian and I want to watch movies .avi from USB using subtitles .srt and .sub. Well my TV reads it, but the cyrilic turns it into some kinds of symbols. I have made from option my Main and External subtitles to be on Bulgarian. Can anyone help me?

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    ye, his right! for model selling in BG it's kind a strange to not have cyrillic sub... shame on u philips!

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    Hello Radoslaw152!

    Cyrillic - supported format for displaying. Try to update your firmware to version: 000.093.000.000.
    Link for direct download:
    http://download.p4c.philips.com/file...12_fus_aen.zip

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    Still doesn't work. Please help me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips - Antony View Post
    Hello Radoslaw152!

    Cyrillic - supported format for displaying. Try to update your firmware to version: 000.093.000.000.
    Link for direct download:
    http://download.p4c.philips.com/file...12_fus_aen.zip
    r u sure?!?
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    Radoslaw152 I'm sorry, my fault. According to the technical information (page 75) of this model: supported subtitles needs to be Windows 1252 coded only. For Cyrillic, subtitles must be Win1251 coded.

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    Can you give me any tutorial how to do it?

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    Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radoslaw152 View Post
    Hello! I've bought a PHILIPS 32PFL5507K/12 last month. Well I am a bulgarian and I want to watch movies .avi from USB using subtitles .srt and .sub. Well my TV reads it, but the cyrilic turns it into some kinds of symbols. I have made from option my Main and External subtitles to be on Bulgarian. Can anyone help me?
    Hi Radoslaw152,

    Your TV supports the use of external subtitles with file name extension srt, sub and sami when you watch movies from a USB memory device, however only Latin-1 and Western European (ISO-8859-1) subtitle character sets are supported.
    As Bulgarian is ISO-8859-5 - Cyrillic, subtitles are not supported.
    For further details please refer here.

    You can also watch a movie by using a Media Manager, such as Twonky or VLC player, you can find further information here.

    Regards,
    Marco
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    This is not acceptable. We need subtitles in Bulgarian (i.e. Cyrillic). Other manufacturers` TV work just fine. Please escalate the issue in order to be resolved in some next fw update!

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    Well... I have problems with subs not showing right characters when watching movies... Danish, swedish or "Balcanic"......... I resolved that quite easy...WDTV Live... Will never again buy an philips product... Nothing but trouble and lousy support....

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