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  1. Hi everyone, I have::

    Win 10 x64
    MPC-BE 1.5.5 build 5274
    LAVFilters-0.74.1-x64

    I disabled all filters in MBC-BE's Internal Filters' Source Filters, Video Decoders and Audio Decoders.

    Then in External Filters, I added LAV Splitter, LAV Video Decoder and LAV Audio Decoder.

    Problem is, when I am playing any video file, subtitles are not rendering. The list of subtitles shows up just fine, but nothing renders.
    I tried uninstalling LAV Filters and then subtitles work just fine.
    What can I do do show subtitles with LAV Filters?


    Here's a screenshot of subtitles list showing correctly, but they are not rendering

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  2. Make sure that in LAV Splitter's settings "Deliver only Forced Subtitles" is NOT ticked.
    What are subtitle (Options->Subtitles) and video (Options->Video) renderer set to? Try "internal subtitle renderer" + "Enhanced Video renderer (custom presenter)" respectively.
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  3. Originally Posted by sneaker View Post
    Make sure that in LAV Splitter's settings "Deliver only Forced Subtitles" is NOT ticked.
    What are subtitle (Options->Subtitles) and video (Options->Video) renderer set to? Try "internal subtitle renderer" + "Enhanced Video renderer (custom presenter)" respectively.
    Yes, "Deliver only Forced Subtitles" is not ticked.

    Subtitles renderer was set to "XySubFilter" which I had installed but subtitles didn't rendered, so I uninstalled it but forgot to set back the Subtitle renderer to "internal subtitle renderer", it works now after I did it.

    Thanks for the help!

    Is XySubFilter outdated? Why didn't it work?
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  4. I'm not 100% sure but I think that XySubFilter's interface is not compatible with the Enhanced Video Renderer, only madVR and "MPC Video Renderer". On top of that XySubFilter's development is stalled. I would recommend sticking to MPC-BE's internal subtitle renderer unless you have a very specific reason not to.
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