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  1. Member
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    On my new computer running Windows 7 Home Premium and having K-Lite Codec Pack 5.6.1 (full) installed, the subtitles (.srt) are always about 0.3s too early. On my old computer they are perfectly in sync. Of course I can easily adjust the subs with either SubtitleWorkshop (Ctrl-d, +0.3s) or with VobSub 2.23 but I wonder why this happens. (Couldn't find anything on Google or in these forums).
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    VobSub 2.23 is pretty outdated, and possibly doesn't work well under Windows 7.

    And you shouldn't have run a full install of K-Lite, to begin with.

    Give a try to DirectVobSub 2.33 or 2.37, or ffdshow's subtitle filter.
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    So, what would you recommend? Uninstall K-Lite Codec pack and install what instead?

    "All I want to do" is watch normal video files (mostly .avi, .mkv, .mp4 containers with the usual XviD, AVC, H264). I also like Media Player Classic and I love VirtualDub.

    Any recommendation as to what codec (pack) to install without cluttering my system?
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    Install haali media splitter and ffdshow instead.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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