frazelle09 wrote: Our son is running Windows 7 i think and installed Plex as soon as we got the Roku. What is very strange is that he doesn't have to convert his DivX files to m4p format.
Anybody know what's going on? Again, thanks a million for putting together such a great program which is really not all that hard to set up.
LeoH wrote:Like a charm, thanks!
renojim wrote:The box can be pretty picky about SRT files. Make sure the file is ANSI encoded (UTF-8 is probably ok, but I haven't tried it) and one thing that's sure to cause a problem is if the last line doesn't end with a new line character. If I have a file that doesn't work I open it in Notepad++, change the line endings to Unix format, trim trailing space, and make sure I go to the last line and hit return if necessary. One other thing in case you didn't know, the SRT file has to have the same name as the video file, just with a .srt extension.
xwin wrote:I think that I more or less figured it out. The Roku does not display subtitles with MKV files. It does fetch the URL but nothing appears on the screen.
xwin wrote:I have one idea regarding subtitles. The Client may have an option to turn them on or off. When subtitles are off video can be started without subtitle URL. Although it is possible to turn them off by renaming or moving the file it would be nicer if there would be a global setting. It is easy to do on the server side but not convenient to change. UI makes more sense.
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