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  1. Heya!
    When I change the style of the subs(size, font) with Aegisub and load the subs in KMPlayer the style is the same as before. The subs are .srt file.
    [english not native sorry if there are mistakes]
    How it should look like:
    http://i.imgur.com/IGIrMqw.jpg
    How it looks:
    http://imgur.com/69FieV5
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  2. The subs are .srt file
    ?? If you use .srt in Aegisub and save them they'll be saved as .ass. Or did you export them as .srt in which case you'll loose the formatting?
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  3. When I save subtitles I add to the file name the extension .srt manually. I tried exporting but it has the same result. When I save the subtitles as .ass and load them they dont show.
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  4. I am subs user not translator - but if it is not too dumb question do you set font name in Aegisub ?
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  5. I don't use KMPlayer and don't know why it won't use .ass subtitles. However, .srt is very limited in formatting. There is a formatting for font, <font face=...>, but there's no gaurantee that a player will use it.
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  6. Originally Posted by -t40- View Post
    I am subs user not translator - but if it is not too dumb question do you set font name in Aegisub ?
    Yes.
    Anyone with solution :/?
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  7. Solutions:

    Use a player that supports .ass (VLC, MPC-HC ...)
    Hardcode your subs.
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  8. Hardcoding seems nice. Could you offer me a program to be able to hardcodde .ass and .mkv. Thanks a lot.
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