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Thread: Burning with Subs.

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    worldpease's Avatar always annoying
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    I just found out that my Home Theater plays Subtitles with my Dld. Tv Series,
    and does it quite well.
    For testing,
    I burned a TV Episode with its .smi subs,
    both files in a folder; and it worked fine.

    Ok, my question is,
    if I burn let's say, ten episodes with its subs, on a Disc,
    will the HT play them?
    or should I make a folder for every single episode and its subs?

    and also,
    can I include two sub files,
    one for english and another for spanish?

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    abu_has_the_power's Avatar I have cool stars
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    are these like mpg4 avi's? what kind of home theater are u talking bout??


    i have a phillips dvp 642, and when i 1st got it, the only way i could get subs is to encode it into the video. that's annoying. so i looked online, and phillips released a firmware update so it now works with srt's. what i do is i put 1 avi, and say srt's in 3 languages. i go to the disc menu, scroll to the srt i want, and press the sub button. then play and it shows the subs.

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    worldpease's Avatar always annoying
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    Ok Abu,
    I have the Samsung HT-P38 Home Theater,
    And it says that it only plays .smi subtitles, so I conver my subs to that format.
    So I arange my folder like this
    --(folder)ST E
    -Ent S1 Ep2.avi
    -Ent S1 Ep2.smi

    And it plays fine.

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