SERVIIO MEDIA BROWSER SUBTITLES

August 14, 2019 posted by

Oook after some fiddling around with the source code, I managed to trace the problem up to the AddSubtitle method in MediaBrowser. Luke 14 Feb I noticed something else, although don’t know if is related, but anyway – when playing movie in web client subtitles are shown, if I go to metadata manager for the item and go to to subtitles tab i see them listed, when click on them it should bring some kind of editor in html dialog, but nothing is returned. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Go to the full post. Posted 11 January – Ok I’m in “the ignore this guy” list, but please someone

Do I need to clear cache or something? Yes I tried, the result is the same, also tried to load movie from serviio and it played without a problem with subtitles. Edited by anks, 18 November – Posted 12 January – Found matching device profile: Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.

Dizzy49 22 Feb I’ve forgotten my password.

When trace, I see that the query returns error:. Posted 12 January – I browsed the MB source code on github for the last couple of days and indeed as Luke said it must include subtitles file in the stream to dlna device i see that portion, but why is not firing?

Edited by Serios, 08 November – I don’t get any errors in the log about DLNA profile, MB recognize it so what’s wrong with damn subtitles I’m sure defined subtitles profiles are ok, even reinstalled MB completely and the installed it again – result is the same.

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Yes I tried, the result is the same, also tried to load movie from serviio and it played without a problem with subtitles. Posted 19 November – Go to the full post. I could be totally wrong but as far as i know this has not been talked about yet Edited by Beardyname, 17 November – I get that, transcoding is the “last hope” when nothing else work but in this case, something else work, and why to force transcoding when natively can get without.

Currently MB transcodes every item that has external subtitles to burn them in, which is K. I could be totally wrong but as far as i know this has not been talked about yet.

DLNA support of external subtitles – General/Windows – Emby Community

Sorry to bring back this again, but problem still persists I tried everything but it seems MB completely ignores the subtitle file when streaming over dlna. Pardon me if the next sounds very stupid but I see the logic behind subtitles listing like this: I’m desperate, can someone help me with this. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled.

Edited by Serios, 17 November – Don’t know is this related in anyway to didl builder or is just a web interface bug, but I think it should be mentioned.

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Also can someone too confirm this, when subtitles format is. Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: Have you setup subtitles to be used for your user? Several functions may not work.

Do I need to clear cache or something? I even capture the response from MB trough Wireshark and there is no trace of subtitle node in item node. Strange thing is in the log I sefviio get any of srt files from other movies too it’s like completely ignoring all subtitles files, but when preview movie in web dashboard it shows that there is sub file. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.

DLNA support of external subtitles

The DLNA sevriio actually support additional subtitle. Posted 17 November – When trace, I see that the query returns error: You currently have javascript disabled.

Luke 14 Feb Posted 08 November – Found matching device profile: Posted 11 January – Ok I’m in “the ignore this guy” list, but please someone