User Name Remember Me? Forum Video Subtitle Divx subtitle on DVD/Divx player Problem + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 5 of 5 Divx subtitle on DVD/Divx player Problem Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email You might need to restart Windows in order for this setting to take effect. Step 3: Open the subtitle file in DivXLand Media Subtitler When starting DivXLand Media Subtitler, your system's language settings will be automatically detected and applied to display the program's interface language have a peek here
The same procedure must be applied for any other language such as arabic, chinese, greek, hebrew, japanese, persian, russian, etc. Password Register FAQ Calendar Today's Posts Search Bug Reports And Codecs Report BS.Player bugs here - help us to improve BS.Player even further. In this example we will setup the Windows regional and language settings to work with Korean subtitles. This website (divxland.org) is not owned or operated by DivX, Inc. http://labs.divx.com/node/1689
Official BS.Player forums > Main forum > Bug Reports And Codecs [CONFIRMED for right to left subs] The subtitles are reversed ! In this example we select Korean. Click OK to proceed. Program Interface Language Steps 1 and 2 must be applied to set the DivXLand Media Subtitler interface into a non-Western European language such as arabic, chinese, greek, farsi, japanese, russian and
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At the Languages tab, make sure both options under Supplemental language support are checked, as shown below: You might need your Windows setup CD in order to install these files.
Step 2: Set language for non-Unicode programs Switch to the Advanced tab and from the drop-down list at Language for non-Unicode programs select the language you wish to work with. Why Subtitles Are Not Working In Kmplayer Step 1: Install supplemental language support At the Windows' Control Panel, go to Regional and Language Options.