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Solved Subtitles over UPnP streams
#16
XBMC is supposed to serve both internal and external subtitles over UPnP to other XBMC instances (not sure about other UPnP targets), so if it is not then it should be treated as a bug. debug logs (wiki) would tell us more.
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#17
(2014-04-19, 22:49)Ned Scott Wrote: XBMC is supposed to serve both internal and external subtitles over UPnP to other XBMC instances (not sure about other UPnP targets), so if it is not then it should be treated as a bug. debug logs (wiki) would tell us more.
Hi,

Here is the debug log link:
http://xbmclogs.com/show.php?id=180127

The file I played is: Arrow.S02E19.720p.HDTV.X264-DIMENSION.mkv
The subtitles file resided on the same directory: Arrow.S02E19.720p.HDTV.X264-DIMENSION.srt, but it wasn't displayed.

I hope it will help you catch the bug.

Thanks!
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#18
@Animor

I recommend you to open a ticket at trac
http://trac.xbmc.org/
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#19
(2014-04-22, 06:53)dhead Wrote: @Animor

I recommend you to open a ticket at trac
http://trac.xbmc.org/
Hi,

I opened a ticket here:
http://trac.xbmc.org/ticket/15142
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#20
@Animor

Great Smile
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#21
Just for the record I'm having the same problem!

For the people that the native language is not english, this feature is essential.

Tks!
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#22
(2014-05-19, 19:33)leoloko Wrote: Just for the record I'm having the same problem!

For the people that the native language is not english, this feature is essential.

Tks!

For me the same. Till this is fixed by the XBMC team as a workaround I have installed miniDLNA(version 1.1.2) in my Ubuntu, where subtitles are played by my Samsung TV.
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#23
Hi, it's my first post here.

I've found what causes problems with subtitles between MiniDlna and XBMC. It's MiniDlna side. It doesn't recognize XBMC client and
doesn't announce that it has subtitles. I've fixed it, rebuilt MiniDlna and subtitles works for me now. Here is what you have to change
in sources, I use latest version 1.1.3:

in file client.h, add line after EBubbleUPnp

Code:
    EBubbleUPnP,
    EXbmc,
    ENetFrontLivingConnect,

in file client.c, add block of code, after EBubbleUPnp block:
Code:
{ EBubbleUPnP,
      FLAG_CAPTION_RES,
      "BubbleUPnP",
      "BubbleUPnP",
      EUserAgent
    },

    { EXbmc,
      FLAG_CAPTION_RES,
      "XBMC",
      "XBMC/",
      EUserAgent
    },

That's all.

UPDATE: It works with XBMC 12, but 13 uses different user agent, all you have to do is replace XBMC/ with Platinum/
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#24
Hello all,

I have an android device, all of my movies is there and xbmc is installed on it.

I have an android tablet device, Yatse installed on it.

I also have Samsung 55d7000 tv. When i stream movie to my TV via Yatse, movie plays in TV successfully but there is no subtitles.

Is that possible to play movies on my Samsung TV with subtitles? Thanks...
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#25
(2014-07-15, 10:48)EzerchE Wrote: Is that possible to play movies on my Samsung TV with subtitles? Thanks...
Check your TV specs.
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#26
(2014-07-15, 17:28)Forage Wrote:
(2014-07-15, 10:48)EzerchE Wrote: Is that possible to play movies on my Samsung TV with subtitles? Thanks...
Check your TV specs.

it supports subtitles. But xbmc cannot stream movies with subtitles. Is that possible to stream with subtitles.
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#27
(2014-07-15, 21:14)EzerchE Wrote:
(2014-07-15, 17:28)Forage Wrote:
(2014-07-15, 10:48)EzerchE Wrote: Is that possible to play movies on my Samsung TV with subtitles? Thanks...
Check your TV specs.

it supports subtitles. But xbmc cannot stream movies with subtitles. Is that possible to stream with subtitles.
First check if your subtitle file has the same name as the movie file name, except for the (.srt) file extension and is placed in the same folder as your movie. If this is the case than it looks like you ran into the same bug as others reported in this thread and has a ticket at http://trac.xbmc.org/ticket/15142
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#28
(2014-07-16, 17:27)Forage Wrote:
(2014-07-15, 21:14)EzerchE Wrote:
(2014-07-15, 17:28)Forage Wrote: Check your TV specs.

it supports subtitles. But xbmc cannot stream movies with subtitles. Is that possible to stream with subtitles.
First check if your subtitle file has the same name as the movie file name, except for the (.srt) file extension and is placed in the same folder as your movie. If this is the case than it looks like you ran into the same bug as others reported in this thread and has a ticket at http://trac.xbmc.org/ticket/15142

Ahh, this probably explains why I don't get subtitles with XBMB3C.
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#29
(2014-04-19, 22:49)Ned Scott Wrote: XBMC is supposed to serve both internal and external subtitles over UPnP to other XBMC instances (not sure about other UPnP targets), so if it is not then it should be treated as a bug. debug logs (wiki) would tell us more.

External subtitles too?
I read on another thread that this feature could not be added to Gotham in time.
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#30
Will it work with language names in the srt file?
Today Kodi/XBMC only "send" subtitles without language names.
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