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    Since you've already run handbrake and set the subtitle, you must have the subtitle file already separate. If thats the case, try naming the sub file the same as the movie (ex: movie1.mp4 movie1.srt) and drop it into the same folder with the movie file. RockPlayer should see it and autoload it when you try to play it. RockPlayer will load any subtitle file no matter what video format as long as the filenames match and its a supported subtitle format.

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    ^ Now that's seriously cool.

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    That's is cool, I watch some Japanese movies and show which have English soft sub files. Gonna have to try it, although I've found rockplayer doesn't like xvid too much.
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    That's is cool, I watch some Japanese movies and show which have English soft sub files. Gonna have to try it, although I've found rockplayer doesn't like xvid too much.
    Since I end up pretty much re-encoding anything I want to watch on the NC (because Rockplayer is *always* choppy and out of sync with my divx/xvid rips - argh), I use handbrake to burn the subtitles directly onto the resultant mp4 (can use "srt" as a source as well). Since I likely won't be learning Japanese any time soon, I don't mind a perma-sub.

    ETA: You actually need a utility to turn the SRT into a VOBSUB (SRT cannot be burned onto the media, only passed through, not sure if native player will see this). SubtitleCreator works well for this.
    Last edited by markiej; 01-27-2011 at 03:42 PM.

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    As a side note, you might try one of the specific CPU type builds of RockPlayer. See if any of the optimized version work better than the universal version found on the Market.

    Rock Player - Redirect Intelligence Corp

    Might be worth a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tursan View Post
    Recent releases of RockPlayer supports hardware acceleration although it does screw up with some video/audio codec combinations and drops one or the other for me. Luckily, it does give you the choice of Hardware/Software when you click the video file in its built-in browser. Also, it supports most common sub formats (SRT, etc) but they have to be extracted from the MKV file already. If you've got a bunch of MKV files with embedded subs and need to pull the sub file right on your device, try "mkv SubExtractor" on the Market. I can pull the subs and drop the file in the same folder as your video so RockPlayer can load it on the fly. Just remember though, RockPlayer won't support multi-channel MKVs. It will either play nothing or pick only the first stream it sees. Just my two cents, hope it helps. If I'm wrong on anything, correct me!
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    freemake can fix that

    Quote Originally Posted by gadgetrants View Post
    It's in the market, but beware the free version has some persistent stuff (logos?) on screen during playback.

    I really like the stock player...the catch is it only plays h.264 and ffmpeg encoded movies. All the others I've tried have had stutter or audio/video sync issues.

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    FREEMAKE can easily solve that by allowing you to convert it to any video file type you want. My collection is all in avi so i just convert it overnight and stick them on my sd if i want to watch them on my nc

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    Quote Originally Posted by cigarsnscotch View Post
    FREEMAKE can easily solve that by allowing you to convert it to any video file type you want. My collection is all in avi so i just convert it overnight and stick them on my sd if i want to watch them on my nc
    I'm hearing lots of good things about Freemake. I guess I need to give it a try!

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    Well... in my opinion, the best media player that would allow users to enjoy
    3GP, MP4, OGM, WAV, MPEG, FLAC, ASF, AVI, FLV and other formats, is VLC Media Player


 
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