Posted 04 March – Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. Forums New posts Search forums. Several functions may not work. Subtitles are supported by Samsung TVs. This ona worked flawless in kodi and i TV. I just tested it and seems to work pretty well.
Tested with serviio and the burn-in subtitles options worked. Thanks for your interest anyhow. Tested in kodi and philips tv both from dlna Started by asimov-solensan , Mar 04 Posted 06 March – Will try to clean install and see if works. I have not personally tested from a Philips device. The current product you are using has one subtitle per movie. Now, on the TV, as expected doesn’t load any subtitle.
Now, on the TV, as expected doesn’t load any subtitle. Only one subtitle file is supported.
I decided not upload the debug log because doesn’t show anything about my problem. How to ask for support Help us improve support for your devices.
But then I created a new jail and manually installed minidlna with the same result. Thanks again for your time. What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity. I will leave here for anyone interested.
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Best thing to do is please provide the information requested in how to report a problem. Also made another test with a file that has multiple languages and subtitles integrated.
.srt subtitles through DLNA not working (tested emby and minidlna)
The language Spanish doesn’t work! You can try to set Code: Posted 17 March – Posted 05 March – Tested in kodi and philips tv both from dlna Started by asimov-solensanMar 04 Proffitt Forum moderator March 29, 4: It’s not necessarily a Philips client problem, it’s possible there are some factors that we’re just not aware of at this point.
Posted 15 March – Tested in a philips tv and android tablet with kodi. You must log in or register to reply here. After researching for a while it turns out that DLNA is standard but srt subtitles through this protocol not.
Joined Feb 12, Messages Thanks I leave two images take it from user manual, one is the subtitles formats supported and the other is the formats supported that i use more often, mp4 and mkv. Same behaviour, even on kodi the option to enable subtitles is not available.
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This was helpful sutbitles. Then send both debug logs. One second one talks about serviio. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates.
You said that emby supports burn-in subtitles but I can’t see the option anywhere. I will try, it seems a good workaround. High on style and technology, the Volvo XC90 is an incredibly satisfying everyday crossover.
You should install a media server on your PC to stream your MKV file and your external subtitle file philjps. As you can see my TV supports many formats and that makes it almost unnecessary transcode normaly i used mp4 or mkv format for movies nothing morethe video streaming works fine but somehow the subtitle does not appear.