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  1. Can anyone help me. For some odd reason the subtitles for foreign language parts on The Kingsman: The Secret Service does not display when played on my Blu-ray player. Yet when I play it on my laptop the subtitles show up. What can be wrong and how can I fix it? Any help or information would be greatly appreciate it.

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    try checking the audio/subtitle settings of your Blu-ray player.
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  3. I have tried hitting the Subtitle button and it only shows "Off". Or are you talking about checking the player's settings?
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    Have you tried another disc with subtitles to see if they show?
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  5. Yes other movies have the subtitles.
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    Is the disc that you are trying to watch the original "The Kingsman: The Secret Service" Blu-ray or a backup copy? What software are you using to watch the movie on your PC?
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  7. It is a back-up copy. I am using the latest version of Power DVD. I am trying to get all my disks onto digital format.
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  8. I am using Hanbreak to add the subtitle to the movie.
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    Originally Posted by DaveB69 View Post
    It is a back-up copy. I am using the latest version of Power DVD. I am trying to get all my disks onto digital format.
    Then the movie was ripped and converted to some kind of file (ISO, MKV, MP4, etc)? If so, a hardware Blu-ray player's media player capabilities are rather limited and there are strict requirements for subtitles. A hardware Blu-ray player may have trouble identifying or playing forced subtitles for media files. If the movie was played using its original disk, then the forced subtitles would probably work.

    I see you found your own solution to the problem.
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