I didn't even rename the files to match the title or anything, just drag and drop. Make sure you have the subtitles turned on on your player, you might just have to pick the correct one. I tried all the subtitle options 3 English subtitle selections, using permanent and selectable subtitles , but non seem to show the Somali language. I've really got to search for non-english subtitles I use subscene and it's doubly aggravating to sit down to watch a movie only to find out 20 minutes in that I need the subtitles. Although today I watched Machete Kills and the Spanish Subtitles were displayed during the film, but that is the only movie that I've seen that happen.
Welcome to the torrents subreddit. When they talk on the beach recruiting people? I've been seeing some people use handbrake to attach the subtitle with the movie file itself. But I know there are movies that movies that dont have any hard coded subs, so yeah. We are a thriving community dedicated to helping users old and new understand and use torrents. If an American film company does a movie and they a few Japanese parts or something, these are usually hardcoded on screen. It seems like you need to turn on the English subtitles in order to get them for the foreign parts, which is a bit. I didn't see it in the theater, either, so I don't know.
From my experience this type of forced subtitle is used more than the completely separate unmarked forced subtitle which as you said can not be automatically identified Click to expand. I hope that this helps someone else that it seems to be helping me out as well. . I've never had this problem before. I have tested this on the web app and Google Nexus Player only and only on these select titles so far: The Martian, Iron Man, Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons and Captain Phillips. Then select that for encoding.
This would be much easier if the full english subtitle srt file would just work when the audio is non-english. I knew of the few movies had foreign language in it and tested them out. I also tried ripping the Blu-Ray disc with the same result. How does this work so perfectly on my Boxee Box but can't seem to work at all on a Plex client. Can someone tell me what the best software is to use on ripping captain Philips and other hard to rip dvd's.
I've gone through all the subtitles docs and haven't found anything wrong besides going through every movie to make sure that English audio is burned into the movie, but I don't think that's it. If your videos are In a mkv container you can remux the subtitles into the file with a forced flag, so they will be selected automatically. I just choose both when you process your ripped file. Is there a way to tweak the opensubtitles. The film focuses on the relationship between the Alabama's commanding officer, Captain Richard Phillips two time Academy Award®-winner Tom Hanks , and the Somali pirate captain, Muse Barkhad Abdi , who takes him hostage.
Captain Phillips is a tricky one. For trackers with open signup: or. Has anyone been able to figure out a fix for this or perhaps knows of a member that includes the subtitles for the foreign language scenes? I'm a new-bee to the ripping and have spent countless dollars buying software that doesn't work or works but not for all dvd's. On Boxee Box I get no subtitles except during parts that are non-english speaking. Is there a location where you can get a. So, rather than turning my tv up, I got used to putting the subtitles on everything.
Although today I watched Machete Kills and the Spanish Subtitles were displayed during the film, but that is the only movie that I've seen that happen. Some places have worked for others, i. Of course, the only downside to this method is finding all of those movies needing subtitles. Hopefully this is added soon That being said, it is impossible to automatically identify some forced subtitles as they aren't even flagged as forced. I don't know what they do for English movies that have some foreign dialogue- saw the new Jack Ryan a few days ago in digital which had some of this and I couldn't tell if the subtitles were part of the picture or not, though they had a bit of haze around them as some Blu-Ray subtitles do.
It is my understand that this will force the subtitles regardless of device. It can be tricky finding these for some movies. As of right now, this has been the best option in my case. Just another reason why I hate when they use player subtitles instead of the original ones that were on the film prints- but with digital projection taking over, I'm not sure if subs are still on the actual image or if they're also overlayed electronically? Try , , or instead. I dont mind getting rid of all of the subtitles in my library and adding them when I come across a movie that needs it. Or am I doing something wrong when I am transferring the files to my external hard drive? I've become so accustomed to it over the past 10+ years that I just turn them on instinctively now, even if she's not watching with me.