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  2. Unfortunately those subtitle formats doesn't support "black box" (SUB is a bit vague - but for Samsung I take it would either be MicroDVD or SubViewer).
    So I guess your option is to hardcode them.

    PS I'm not sure if Samsung supports it but for SRT you could try another color than white like

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    <font color="#ffff00">Yellow.</font>
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  4. Most (if not all) encoders can hardcode subtitles. My personale favorite is MediaCoder that allows you to set the color of the "black" bar as well as transperancy. (There is nothing in MKV Toolnix that re-encode)

    But you migth reconsider coloring them. In Subtitle Edit you can mark all subtitles (Ctrl+A), rightclick -> Color in a minute or so and choosing Yellow I believe will give you a see-able subtitle. Hardcoding may take from 15 min to hours.
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