View Full Version : Mezzmo and netgear evo2000

08-28-2010, 06:55 AM
I am new to all this media stuff, I have a netgear evo2000 and I am trying to get subtitles to work with it,

Is it possible? I mean, I read in a bunch of places about samsung and such, but just a few post about netgear

I managed to transcode the media, and it is playing awesome in my TV, but it still lacks subtitles, if I manage to make this work I will sure buy this product, since as I've seen it is the most active forum/server, tryed twonky, tversity and a bunch more of media server, none was easy to setup as mezzmo.

looking forward for the response.


08-30-2010, 10:29 AM
The current version of Mezzmo detects subtitle files (.SRT or .SUB) on your computer and notifies DLNA devices that there is an external subtitle source available. The file name of the subtitle file should match the movie file and be in the same folder (for example, C:\MyMovies\Troy.mpg and C:\MyMovies\Troy.srt). Many DLNA devices will request this subtitle file and Mezzmo will stream it to the device whilst also streaming the movie.

If your DLNA device does not support streaming external subtitle files, then you will have to wait a little longer for our new subtitle engine that we are currently developing for the next major version of Mezzmo. It will support a variety of subtitle methods so that all devices will be able to display movies with subtitles.

We don't have a solid release date as yet, but it should be later this year.

08-31-2010, 08:44 AM
oo I see, ty for the reply, I guess evo2000 can't stream those subs then.

I'll be waiting this new release tyvm