Problem to use bsplayer sbs, please help

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Hello, I have a problem with bsplayer sbs subtitles. I made them on 3D subtitle for my movie and it was according to movie. I can easily rum them by VLC software together with my film but I can’t do the same by bsplayer. I would like to watch that movie just using the BS and during many years it has been working very well. How to solve this problem which I have got with BS? Thank you! 

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Answered By 85 points N/A #150921

Problem to use bsplayer sbs, please help

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Hello

Rename the video file and the subtitle file as the same name. Then copy the subtitle file into the same folder as the movie.

Another reason for the subtitles not displaying is the rendering options you have set.

  1. Go to options
  2. Then preferences
  3. Then video
  4. Then rendering tab
  5. And change the internal renderer option to default

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #150922

Problem to use bsplayer sbs, please help

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Considering you got your subtitles with 3dSubtitler and assuming you converted them with idx as the output, there are a few necessary steps to make them work on BSplayer.

  1. Get the .sub file and create a .rar archive with it.
  2. Create a new winrar archive and put the previous .rar with the .idx file from your subtitles.
  3. Put the final file within your subtitles folder for BSplayer.

It’s a way to go through the loops in BSplayer when it comes to playing subtitles with different outputs.

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Problem to use bsplayer sbs, please help

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If you have a problem with your subtitles when using BS.Player, try downloading the latest. Go to the BS.Player home page and download the latest. The latest version at the moment, BS.Player 2.75, supports Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. It requires 500 MHz or faster processor, 300 MB RAM, 15 MB free space, and Microsoft DirectX 7.

Supported subtitle formats include:

  • MicroDVD .sub
  • VobSub .sub + .idx
  • SubViewer .sub
  • (Advanced) SubStation Alpha .ssa or .ass
  • SubRip .srt
  • VPlayer .txt, and more

If you have a problem with the subtitle, try checking if the file name of the video and the subtitle are the same. Normally, for subtitles to work like on VLC media player, the file name of the video should match with the subtitle. If one is different, the subtitle will not appear.

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