14 ianuarie 2009 08:25I do a lot of Sub-Title work for Animations on the net (Do not ask, I will not tell what series I work on, or who I work with) I have tried installing K-Lite Codec Pack, CCCP, and a few others. For one thing, I can not get ANY subtitles to work on any player, or even working in Win-7 at all. Has anyone else had this issue? if so and you got it figured out please let us know.
About 10 of the guys and gals I work with are also useing Win-7 Beta and we all love it, but we all are stuck in the mud on this one. We have tried tons of things to no avail. I do all my Subbing on one of my Vista X64 boxes, and some on a XP box, did not think till tonite we should check some of it out on Win-7 LOL what a suprize NO SUBS! haha, we were freaking out a little but they are fine on XP and Vista boxes with K-Lite and CCCP. It is like it wont let DirectVOBSub install or something, Haali Media Splitter, ffdShow audio decoder, ffd video converter all install fine, but the DirectVOBSub wont, when installing K-Lite I get a few error boxes that pop up, but did not notice where it said anyhting about the DirectVOBSub not installing (unless I over shot it). Incase anyone is going to ask we do everything in .MKV Files, H264 Format with a res of 1024x576. Going to try a few other things here, just tring to figure this one out.
Thanks for reading and responding!
14 ianuarie 2009 12:49You can use the beta K-Lite Codec Pack and use the media player classic for adding subtitles.
Here is the link for beta version of K-Lite Codec Pack
16 ianuarie 2009 05:20ModeratorIt could just be that the Beta wont allow for these things just yet. Could be something that you see in a later build.
~Alex T.~Windows Desktop Experience MVP~
- Marcat ca răspuns de Ronnie VernonMVP, Moderator 7 februarie 2009 00:12
16 ianuarie 2009 14:11directvobsub just works fine for me with WMP(no other codec installed)