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  1. Hi.

    I'm using Subtitle Edit for teaching purposes and I'd like to add comments to the students' subtitles in order to point their mistakes. More specifically, I want to add a new subtitle that overlaps theirs and has a different formatting (position, color, size, etc) as to make it more visible.

    Here's an example:

    1
    00:00:00,001 --> 00:00:01,001
    Incorect subtitle

    2
    00:00:00,001 --> 00:00:01,001
    {\an8}<font color="#ff4949"><i>You misspelled 'incorrect'</i></font>


    When I load these subtitles on any video player outside of SE, it works fine.

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    However, SE refuses to show them in its embedded video player. I've tried changing it to VLC and MPC-HC but it didn't work. I've also reinstalled VLC. It only shows the first subtitle on the list.

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    How can I make it work? Is there another way to show one subtitle with two different formattings?

    Thanks in advance.
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  2. I would use "Advanced Substation Alpha" (ASS) format with a separate style for your comments. As player use "mpv" (there's a button to download mpv lib in the same tab you select the player).
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