I am wanting to overlay subtitle file with a video when I play with Windows Media player.
I have the video and the subtitle file in the same dir with the same name.
If I launch VLC player and manually load up the subtitle track it works fine.
I installed DirectVobSub latest ver and it seemed to install OK, but there's no way of knowing if its "active " or not. I hear there's supposed to be a green arrow in the sys tray. Its not there. I can't find it in the task manager.
I have Win10. Any idea how to get this going?
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According to this page, you should give a try to Win7DSFilterTweaker:
This tool can disable the use of Media Foundation for the following file extensions:
.3g2, .3gp, .3gp2, .3gpp, .avi, .m4a, .m4v, .mov, .mp4, .mp4v, .wav
And additionally on Windows 8/8.1/10:
.m2t, .m2ts, .mod, .mp2v, .mpeg, .mpg, .mts, .ts, .vob
Thanks... good to know its a Directshow filter.
Actually I am looking to get this working in Reaper audio editor.
Reaper has a video facility and I am dubbing audio for the video. I need to have subtitles.
I t hink Reaper just calls the Windows stuff to display its video.