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  1. So, I synced up some subs using Subtitle Workshop, saved it as a SSA file, then used MKVmerge to mark it as the "default" "forced" track.

    In Windows Media Player - I have the "On if available" option selected, and in Media Player Classic (64bit) - subtitles have been "enabled" and it seems to have picked up the correct subtitle track, however neither is showing any subs at all.

    Once upon a time, I recall that this was sufficient, but I have re-installed Windows since then, so I may have some settings may differ from back then?!

    I'm using K-lite codec pack BTW, do I need to have any settings set to get this working?
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    Have you checked how it works with other players like vlc media player(built in decoders)?

    But I guess you want to use mpchc?
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  3. I use MPC occasionally when Windows Media Player fails to do its job.

    Ideally I use WMP, as I like the Auto-Play function along with the playlist option.
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    But did the subtitle work with VLC?
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