Very nice improvement StreamHD,
The new code (SubJunk Build 59/60) made it possible by using the "trancode folder",
to select [no encoding] if the video file match the "supported = " lines.
This way MKV files with embedded subtitles like UTF-8 (native supported with my blu-ray HTS player),
can be streamed (no transcode / encode) without using, "skip transcode for following extensions",
"definitely disable subs" or "StreamExtensions = ". Awesome
Strange that a MKV with the subtitle format ASS (native supported with my Philips HTS player),
doesn't need the transcode folder [no encoding], to play without transcoding.
So a renderer that support MKV and DTS but no embedded suptitles, with ASS now needed the transcode folder.
Still i hope the code can be changed to stream MKV files without the use of the "trancode folder",
for MKV files with UTF-8 embedded suptitles.
Than i don't need the transcode folder anymore for my blu-ray HTS player.
MediaInfo MKV with UTF-8 suptitles:
MediaInfo MKV with ASS suptitles: