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    Hi !
    Thank you for your answer.
    My Tv seems to doesn't support embedded subtitles.

    For the .srt file, is this can works even if the video I run is accessible via a smart playlist which filter by video file type (and perhaps exclude the srt file type) ?

    Thanks !

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    Yes, it doesn't matter how you access the video, we'll find a subtitle file for it, if it's in the same folder on disk with the same filename, but just a different extension.

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    Hi Dennis,

    Ok. Thank you very much for your quickly aswer, as usual .

    Yoopi.

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    Hello,
    my current equpment includes two DLNA players:
    64D8000 Samsung TV set that supports external only subtitles (srt) via the lan.
    PDP-S480 Sony BD player which supports embedded only subtitles from USB DOK located files.

    By moving to mezzmo, can I expect any upgrade of subtitles capabilities, such as DLNA lan external on Sony ?
    thanks...

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    If the Sony doesn't support external subtitles, then at the moment Mezzmo cannot help you. We'll be releasing a version that supports burning subtitles in and once that's out, Mezzmo will be able to grab your external subtitles and burn them onto the video to show on the Sony.

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    Dennis thanks.
    What seems to be the rough schedule for new release?
    Do you know if current mezzmo revision supports embedded subtitles via the LAN on Sony ?
    I'm currently using serviio which doesn't support Sony embedded via the net. So the only way to show embedded subtitles is by playing the mkv file on Sony blue-ray via USB device.
    Unfortunately Samsung D series doesn't support embedded at all (not on USB device as well), although I like it's streaming control menu as it seems to be superior to Sony's.

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    There is an option in Mezzmo to try and copy embedded subtitles when transcoding, so it may or may not work - if you'd like, please open a suport ticket and we can give it a try (it has to be manually enabled, as it's off by default). If the Sony supports embedded subtitles and they are successfully copied, then it may work.

    Unfortunately I cannot disclose any schedules. The next major development step to be released is pre-transcoding and that's coming out soon; after that subtitles will be the next big thing.

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    Hi,

    My question is, does anyone have .srt subtitle files working with Mezzimo and Samsung TV's or Blu ray players?
    I've tried everything (except hard encoding the subtitle into the video) and nothing works so far.

    I have a Samsung BD-C6900 bluray player and 50C7000 TV. I know the bluray player supports subtitles with discs anyway.
    I've tried both the BD player and the TV DLNA network streaming with Mezzimo and nothing works so far.

    Has Mezzimo incorporated hard encoding of subtitles as mentioned above yet? If not, I would encourage this as a priority, since I think everything else about Mezzimo is fine so far (and working well).

    I have ver 2.4.4.0 of Mezzimo. And 'yes, the .srt file has the same name as the .m2ts file and is in the same folder'.
    There is no subtitle menu available from the TV or bluray's remote's tools button.

    I would be happy if I could get the subs to at least work on the TV's DLNA input as it seems to have a more advanced tools menu than the blu ray player does. Luckly I have an ARC HDMI port and can loop the multi channel audio back to my audio system instead of using the TV speakers. Was glad to get that working but disappointed the subtitles still won't work.

    I see a lot of posts about questions with subtitles but no "Yeah it works!" replys so far. This is a big problem if the movie has a lot of forced subtitles and you don't speak both languages.
    I would much rather see this is resolved before any other improvements are made.

    TIA
    Last edited by Jabber; 10-15-2011 at 08:05 PM.

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    Another vote for subtitles...

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    When you added that file to Mezzmo, were the subtitles already in the folder, or did you drop in the subtitles later? If later, then you need to run maintenance for them to be picked up.

    If you've done that, then please enable logging (see this thread: http://forum.conceiva.com/showthread...nostic-logging), then browse to that file on the BDP and start playing it. After a few seconds stop it, stop the server and send in the logs and we'll investigate.

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