Quote 16th Jan 201407:42 #3 okizen View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jan 2014 Hi Baldrick, No it doesn't work either. Currently my only problem is that the WDTV does not show subtitles if PMS does not recognize the audio language of the movie. Since the WD can handle mkv's over dlna with embedded subtitles, the following approach would be ideal: Plex could just "transcontainer" mkv+srt (or avi+srt) into a mkv that contains the subtitle. I know VOB files contains the subtitles, but for some reason they wont allways show them in WD TV. Source
Quote 17th Jan 201410:20 #9 rumplestiltskin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jun 2003 Location : United States I use MP4Tools most of the time. For example, MYMOVIE.AVI and MYMOVIE.SRT should be fine. All Rights Reserved. Iíve tried using MKVtools and MP4Tools and Subler and though the movies play, there are no subtitles.
You also have another kind of .srt file, which seems to have no CR/LF, they just have ";" between sentences, so they look like a wall of text. ¬†My WD does Quote 17th Jan 201401:59 #7 okizen View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jan 2014 Hi rumplestiltskin, I'm a bit of a newbie when it comes I have Gen 1 HD TV, I have some movies ripped from DVD but the subs were taken from the internet.
please help anyone found a solution for this? videobruger is right; you can't "pass-through" the video if you want to embed subtitles. I scrapped my old D-Link DSL 250 because it did not have Subs. Greenfish Subtitle Player Quote 16th Jan 201408:05 #4 jman98 View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Join Date : Oct 2004 Location : Freedonia What container/format are you using?
I'd really like to switch to Plex, but I really need the subtitle streaming via dlna feature. Wd Tv Live Subtitles Automatically Thanks again in advance. srt subtitles work fine... see this If PMS recognize de audio language so the subtitle works fine in WDTV.
However, I just tried it with serviio myself and I could not get it working. Subrip They don't support embedded subtitles and the subtitles are also not burnt into the video. General Mods Command Line Interface IPKG Email Mods Freescale MPC824x Development Room Freescale MPC8533 Development Room Freescale MPC8543 Development If anyone knows how to edit the matadata file I could make the tests and post the results here. 0 dioangel Posts: 5Members February 2013 Hello!
an mp4 file and an srt file. So as is, you won't have much luck. How To Turn On Subtitles On Wd Tv I have no idea whether there is any difference. 0 angeload Posts: 5Members February 2013 bnz99 wrote: Yes, absolutely. 100% sure. Annabelle Horror Movie Full Movie Tommy Quote + Reply to Thread Quick Navigation Media Center PC / MediaCenters Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Video Latest Video
So I have all the extracted files in folder VIDEO_TS and as I wrote at first, no problem with computer or DVD-RW only WD TV. this contact form Does WD TV Live support external subtitle files over DLNA? Please login or register.Did you miss your activation email? 1 Hour 1 Day 1 Week 1 Month Forever Login with username, password and session length Home Help Search Login Register WDTV Quote + Reply to Thread Quick Navigation Subtitle Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Video Latest Video News Newbie / General discussions Wd Tv Hd Media Player
All rights reserved. Also last night, when toggling the Subtitle it went from "Subtitle: OFF" to "Subtitle: UNKNOWN" but I can't duplicate that result today. Handbrake is nice to have as a backup tool. have a peek here SRT formats play just fine, but not SUB format.
The time now is 07:22. Mkvmerge The WD TV says No Subtitles while the directory definitely holds .SRT files named exactly like the .MKV file. When I attempt to play a movie with subs, I start the movie then press the "Subtitle" button; "Subtitle: OFF" appears, toggling the button has no effect .
Any idea on this? They don't support embedded subtitles and the subtitles are also not burnt into the video. Online Community Forum Skip to content Quick links Unanswered posts Active topics Search Forums Facebook Twitter Youtube FAQ Login Register Search Login Register Search Advanced search Board index Using Your Synology Srt Files Sign In with Plex Sign In Register Categories Recent Discussions Unanswered Best Of...
The WD TV says No Subtitles while the directory definitely holds .SRT files named exactly like the .MKV file. I've tried a different DLNA server - this time Serviio, and now WD TV recognizes SOME .srt files but not ALL. (again, all .srt files are inthe same folder as their Latest tool updates PotPlayer 1.6.63840 / 1.6.63856 Beta x265 Encoder 2.1+51 MPC-BE 1.4.6 / 22.214.171.1248 Nightly Debut Video Capture S... 3.07 chapterEditor 0.50 CloneBD 126.96.36.199 / 188.8.131.52 Beta BatchGuy 6.4.0 Camtasia http://nadrp.com/wd-tv/wd-tv-hd-media-player-remote-not-working.html sub should be supported so I do not understand what is the problem.
Make sure you activate the subtitles from the menu and that you use the most recent Serviio version. I scrapped my old D-Link DSL 250 because it did not have Subs. I have checked and rechecked to make sure the .avi and .srt file have the same name and are in the same folder. Can I ask what software you are using for hard embedding?
Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search 5 posts • Page 1 of 1 sbabic75 I'm New! I always embed (hard) the subs in the video as, if I need them, I need them so why bother with separate files? I have the old one. Quote 17th Jan 201404:29 #8 videobruger View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Dec 2011 Hardcoding is making your subtitles part of the video ie you'll
Why not connect wiht network shares which also allows for external subs? I'm not sure where the problem is exactly, but WD TV Live does not recognize any subtitle files associated with video files, even though both video and subtitle files are in I have checked and rechecked to make sure the .avi and .srt file have the same name and are in the same folder. Most of my files are .avi.
All i get is the "Subtitle: Off" indication when the video begins, and when i click the Subtitle button on the remote nothing happens. Please rate the helpfulness of this answer Answers others found helpful External subtitles do not appear when streaming from a media server on the WD TV Live HD Media Player List Post it here! Quote 17th Jan 201411:05 #11 okizen View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jan 2014 Hi _Al_, yes I have.