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    So i downloaded the software and i went on subresync. I open the .ass file then i press save as .srt . The file saves as a subtitle file but when i try to play the video/drama, the subtitles do not appear. I have checked and made sure the names are the same with the .srt after the name but the subtitles are still not showing :S
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    Have you installed ffdshow or (even better) DirectVobSub ?
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    Yeah i had the older version but i just downloaded the new one but there is no program there just a .dll file and an uninstall
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    So i tried to install the new directvobsub but nothing appears what do i do?
    First of all, there should be a "Start Menu" shortcut to the configuration dialog of VSFilter.dll.

    Assuming the "default settings" are "good enough" already...

    What player are you using? Windows Media Player, Media Player Classic, BS Player,
    should all accept working with VSFilter.dll without any/major issues...

    You might:

    --- open and play your "video.xxx" + "video.srt" (generic names of course) in MPC;

    --- press the pause button ;

    --- open Graphstudio, press "CTRL + G", click "Connect" ;

    --- post a screenshot to this forum ;

    (no better ideas ATM, apologies).

    P.S.: when you open the .SRT file in Notepad,
    does this show you anything "readable" ???
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    I dont understand half the stuff you just said XD sorry, i managed to get the older version working though and the srt file works perfectly fine thanks for everything
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    I dont understand half the stuff you just said
    So you're out of luck.
    There aren't many "Videohelpers" who speak Inuktikut, I presume.
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    Its just i dont understand like the names of the programs and stuff like that
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