meskibob wrote:You really need to work on your searching skilz
I've given you some search keyword suggestions along with the answers.
1.) Kinda. If the subs are external, you'll have to transcode, even though .vob by itself streams fine. PS3 limitation.
Keyword: "vob subtitles", on the first page, pretty explanatory - viewtopic.php?f=6&t=635&p=3483&hilit=vob+subtitles#p3304
I found this one but it started talking about avi files not vob files?
2.) Implemented in the 1.09 betas
Keyword: "DTS", several posts just on first page
That explains it i have 1.04 server
3.) Yes. Just make sure you have the transcoder settings properly set up (like the "video quality settings")
Keyword: no search necessary. Easily determined by just playing around with the PMS settings
Im not very good at understanding the different settings so im afraid to mess around with stuff i do not understand I will give the newest version a look though see if its better
4.) Already been requested. Currently not possible. Probably won't be possible until DLNA allows for DVD/BD menus.
Keyword: "menu", several posts directly answering your question on the first page
Yes, it does also talk about different ways add external subs to Xvid avi files, but the initial issue is the same. Even though .vob and xvid .avi stream ok, the PS3 doesn't allow streamed external subtitles. You need to transcode, period.Tass_bur wrote:Vob Subtitles: I found this one but it started talking about avi files not vob files?
Yes, there are plenty of programs that can read the .iso and just play back the movie. But there are none that can currently also transcode to MPEG and do it all in memory (not create temp files) so they can be used as a pass-through for streaming. As a side note, I mentioned "menu" as I believe that is where the various .iso programs actually grab the file info to play the various video parts in the correct order.Tass_bur wrote:I thought that when things like Decrypter could find the main movie maybe a server could too
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