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    Well I downloaded this movie from Bitcomet and downloaded subtitles
    that match to the movie ( works well on the computer when I play it ).

    I got a DivX reader DVD which should be able to play subtitles
    ( or at least thats what he says ).

    When I burned the movie and subtitles to the disc it only shows
    the movie without the subtitles, but it writes the subtitles are playing..

    wierd? yup.

    Is there a diffrent way I should burn it? should it just work?
    Thanks for the help

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    What file extension does the subtitle file have?

    Most DVD players only support .sub or .srt

    Make sure the subtitle file has the same name as the video file.

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    Did you selected with remote your subtitles before starting the movie ?

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    Its not a normal DVD its just a movie file and subtitles..
    The subtitles format is .srt I'll try and change it to .sub

    the wierd thing is that it recognizes the subtitles just doesn't show
    them.. could it be because I burned it on a normal CD and not DVD?

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    limesqueezer's Avatar kwasheni rejtash
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    If you can select the subtitles its should be alright. But i doubt that changing the file type will do any good lol. Why would you need than converters if this was soo easy. My divx/dvd player is very old and i could always start my subtitles, still works and it was really cheap, almost for free. But well it could be also a firmware problem, thats only if you have never upgate it. I have hundreds of CDs and DVDs and all works fine for me. There is one more thing, maybe the one that wrote the subtitles, fucked it up, its better to check every subtitle with bsplayer before you burn it.
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