Solved -  Local Subtitle Support
#1
Hi there, first of all awesome job on the media manager, long time user EMM but I switch over to TinyMediaManager works great only one thing missing, it doesn't detect when I have a local subtitles available on the same folder of the movie by the scheme for example:

Movie.mkv
Movie-trailer.mp4

So it would be great if the program could recognize the path or at least a way I could browse for the file and tell it its there...

Thanks so much for everything,
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#2
local subtitles should the detected.
In the settings (General) there is a list of file extensions which should be detected as subtitle.

If that does not work, you could post a file listing of one of your movie folders here
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#3
ohm... are we talking about trailers, or subtitles ?!
Nevertheless, both should be found Big Grin
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#4
my bad, yeh I meant trailers but yes I just had to add the .mp4 under other filetypes and its awesome.. Thanks again.
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#5
nice to hear everything is ok Wink
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