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    Question Wii homebrew app to play movie with ext. subtitles?

    I havent found such option in WiiMC so I wonder if there is any homebrew app to play movie with acquired subtitles (external, not built-in)?

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    I'm not sure, you could also try MPlayer CE and see if that can do it but I can't guarantee anything.

    I will say IF any of the players can do it they'll probably require the files be named the same. Example; Naruto The Movie.mkv and Naruto The Movie.srt.

    If I spelled something wrong, I'll just blame it on auto-correct

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    Actually you were right somehow. WiiMC can play movies with subtitles in format .srt but the name of subtitles has to be exactly the same as name of movie file. Well, it is easy to do

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    While I'm sure it wasn't meant as stated, your post somehow sounds like Doubting Thomas towards a staff member (I think you were merely expressing surprise, lol).

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    Um, I dont get your reply, nightstah, maybe I just need another coffee to start my mind working
    I just mentioned that WiiMC can play subs and SNES_Master was right that the sub files need to be named exactly as movie file. His post was helpful after all, however, I havent checked other players and found about WiiMC just by accident (browsing my movies on hdd, and then one of it had already subs, and they started working).

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