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yes they are dvd subs. but don't worry i have seen all of love hina in japanese on my dad's windows box. -lakerdonald P.S. dubbed does suck...
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    yes they are dvd subs. but don't worry i have seen all of love hina in japanese on my dad's windows box.
    -lakerdonald

    P.S. dubbed does suck

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    I haven't experienced that happening with DVD subs, but I'd imagine it would happen with DVD subs if any. I think DVD subs are made through some kind of video overlay (not by rendering text manually, that is), and if the sub overlay stream uses a different framerate than the main video stream, I'd imagine mplayer might have some trouble with it.

    On the other hand, if you find the time it might be a good idea to talk to the people on the mplayer mailing list and try to resolve it, since it seems like a bug.

    What version of MPlayer are you using, btw.?

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    I included the version in the title of the thread! lol
    Mplayer v. 20040605
    Well I didn't want to be the boy who cried bug, lol
    -lakerdonald

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    Why am I no longer surprised? I never read the title of the thread. =)
    You have no idea how many times this has happened to me before... bleh

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    lol Thanks
    I had a similar thought about the subtitle framerate and i looked at the documentation and couldn't really find a good way to change it. But even if i could change the framerate, that doesn't explain why the A/V sync is destroyed. Maybe it really is a bug?
    -lakerdonald

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    Yes, most definitely it is a bug. That's why I suggested that you should enter the MPlayer mailing list if you find the time.

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    k thanks.
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