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    I'm having an irritating problem with east european letters like ŠČĆĐŽ,showing as strange hieroglyphes on my Toshiba TV...and it's not Toshiba's fault cuz they show up fine while connected trough USB.

    Any chance to solve that before making a permanent purchase?

    Regards

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    Do you mean the subtitles for your video are not displayed correctly? if yes, then see this FAQ to set the right encoding for subtitles - http://forum.conceiva.com/showthread...titling-Basics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troubleCRO View Post
    I'm having an irritating problem with east european letters like ŠČĆĐŽ,showing as strange hieroglyphes on my Toshiba TV...and it's not Toshiba's fault cuz they show up fine while connected trough USB.

    Any chance to solve that before making a permanent purchase?

    Regards
    Ehm, half of our library is russian shows.
    Univer, Ny Pogodi, etc.

    No issues with Cyrillic here..
    But of course, you need the proper Codec. I simply convert all to UTF 7 or UTF 8, both are supported by 99% of the modern hardware..
    Toshiba I don't know actually, but I would bet a large sum on them to guess they do support UTF7/8

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