Discussion in 'AnyStream' started by nochzunennen, Jun 9, 2021 at 8:14 AM.
No problem here with subtitles but i have a Sony TV
I use SubtitleEdit to batch convert / fix them.
You might want to give it a try as it supports many subtitle formats and is freeware.
Usually the subtitle formats supported by your TV are either in the manual or on the website of the manufacturer.
Also good to check the naming convention that your TV supports.
Subtitle needs to be:
But as mentioned this info should be in the manual or website.
And if all else fails, be smarter than your Smart TV. Use your TV as a monitor only. Find a source device that provides a consistent and reliable way to play your media and call it a day. You'll be the better for it in the long run.
I tryed today with vers. 18.104.22.168:
No Problem with SRT-files
Netflix-Skater Girl.en_US.cc.srt 'track 0: Watch out for line 34: the starting timestamp is smaller than the previous element. All elements of this file will be sorted by starting time.
I agree with Lowpro. I have an old Panasonic Plasma, no player function, not recording function (and no software problem ), not even a digital tuner but with an excellent picture and enough HDMI ports (3).
I'm using it as monitor for my Laptop, a WD-TV media player and a HD recorder from Topfield. Alas all the players and the Plasma monitor are discontinued. Hope they persevere awhile.
No problem with srt subs.
Ditto, i still use the tv mentioned in my forum sig (42" plasma). It's a 'dumb' tv, and if it eventually gets replaced, it'll most likely be a smart tv obviously but I'm not gonna use anything on it. That job is for my Chromecast With androidTV. That way I control what apps get installed/removed in it, not some damn tv manufacturer that decides to stop supporting something at a whim and pulls the app
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