To disable DVD subs (default) using Daum PotPlayer : Tap F5 to get to the Preferences window > Hardware > DVD/Blu-ray . Uncheck "Show subtitles in DVD ". Click on OK to validate. Any more video player questions? Check out...
After opening subtitle style, you can increase or decrease the font sizes of subtitles by pressing Alt + PGUP and Alt + PGDN respectively. Also, you can move subtitles Up, Down, left, and right or by pressing Alt + up, Alt + Down, Alt + Left, and Alt + Right respectively.
Last time I checked, KMPlayer could output reading aloud of subtitles only via SAPI5 - no screen reader involved in this case. I don't know if braille output is possible in this case, but somehow - I doubt it.
On the other hand however, PotPlayer can output reading aloud of subtitles not only via SAPI5 or OneCore (with no screen reader involved), but with the screen reader involved (via UIA). The choice is left to the user. The options for configuring how the subtitle reading will occur Are located in PotPlayer's settings (opened with F5) -> Accessibility. The first group of options are for outputting via SAPI5/OneCore (TTS). The second group is for outputting via the screen reader. In the second choice, the subtitles are outputted as the title of the window. I don't know if this will help with reading the subtitles via braille, but you can try it and see. To stop the screen reader from reading the subtitles aloud via its voice, you can try disabling its speech (e.g. for NVDA - Insert+S or selecting "No Speech" as the current synthesizer). As I said - I'm not sure how well this will work, but try it if you want.
Hello, I have done the necessary thing to add srt file to my video but after selecting the srt file I want the player refuse to show the subtitle, it just keeps on playing without subtitles. I have tried with many different videos and subtitle
Well, there are many procedures to achieve the same goal of how to settle the PotPlayer 4K output problem. Besides trying to configure the puzzling PotPlayer panels, you can have other options. To be more precise, it is possible to convert 4K videos to 1080P (HD) or other widely acceptable formats while retaining the highest quality using a handy transcoder. Alternatively, you can turn to another powerful 4K player.
Many great video players fail at this point. The subtitles feature was perfected by KMPlayer, the predecessor of PotPlayer. When most paid DVD players, VLC and other video players were displaying blurry low quality subtitles with little to no options to customize them, KMPlayer displayed crystal clear subtitles.
You can automate the process of online subtitles searching by select enabling the option placed at the bottom of the window that says Show this dialog when subtitles are found with auto search.
MKV is a free and open-source container format, capable of holding multiple video, audio, and subtitle tracks in one file. It is well known for storing multimedia contents like movies or TV shows. If you have collected some MKV downloads or get some MKV rips from Blu-ray disc, chances are you may want to extract subtitles from MKV video.
Note: Soft subtitles are independent and can be extracted, disabled, or removed easily. But hard subtitles are part of the video, so you cannot extract the hardcoded subtitles from any video including MKV. You can only crop the video to get rid of the hard subtitles with software like HD Video Converter Deluxe. With it, not only can you disable subtitles, crop video to remove hardcoded subs, but also hardcode the extracted subtitles into the original MKV file, trim and merge the video clip, convert video to mainstream format at ease.
MKVToolNix is a collection of free and open-source Matroska libraries and tools for Matroska container format including mkvmerge, mkvinfo, mkvextract, etc. While MKVExtractGUI is a Matroska track extraction GUI tool for work with MKVToolnix, capable of demuxing MKV streams, splitting video, audio, and subtitle to separate files, from an MKV file. The latest version is v220.127.116.11 built on February 13, 2018. You can follow the steps below to extract subtitles from MKV with MKVToolNix.
Keevi is a web-based video editor designed for your social media, website and blog. It has a bunch of video editing features, including subtitle extraction, applying animations and translations, adding subtitles, images, and stickers to your video, change video brightness, contrast, and saturation, resize your video for YouTube and more with ease.
With it, you can extract subtitles from MKV and other file format without any need for software installation, automatically generate subtitles in over 100 languages due to its AI technology, and download the extracted subtitles in various formats, incl. SSA, SRT, VTT, and ASS. You can follow the step-by-step guide below and put subtitles off MKV video file.
Wondershare Uniconverter is another subtitle extractor that comes with a lot more video features such as convert DVD and video in over 1000 formats, make simple edits, burn DVD, reduce video file size, save online video and more. It is a good subtitle editor that enables to convert any video with subtitles, add external subtitles, personalize the subtitle such as font, color, size, position and transparency, and export subtitles from MKV, MOV, MP4, or other file without a hassle. You can follow the tutorial and learn how to pull out subtitles off the MKV file here.
No. VLC is a world-known media player with many features like playing media files, convert videos, record screen and more. However, you cannot extract subtitles with VLC media player. Instead, you can turn off subtitles and choose the subtitle tracks as you like. You have to rely on MKVToolNix to extract subtitles instead.
Soft Subtitle, also known as softsub, means the video and the subtitles are wrapped in one file, which you can play them together with media player like VLC, 5KPlayer or Potplayer. This means it easy to enable, turn off, alter, remove, or extract subtitles from the video. Compared with softsub, hard subtitle, known as hardsub, is built into the video permanently. It is part of the video so you can stream and watch it everywhere with the movie, but cannot disable, remove, or separate the subtitles from video.
The Potplayer has built-in support for displaying 2D subtitles properly when playing back stereoscopic 3D videos with it, however this only works for 3D videos in Side by Side or Top & Bottom format. The options is available in the right-click quick menu as well as in the player options. Of course you get the 2D subtitles properly displayed on top of 3D video, but the subtitles are put at screen depth level and you cannot adjust their position in 3D space. For more flexibility you will need to go for something like the ffdshow subtitles filter for the playback of 2D subtitles over 3D video files.
Changes for v200616 - v200730+ Added the ability to make shortcuts of main menu work in playlist, bookmark editing, subtitle browser, etc.+ Added the ability to reflect the time displayed on skin according to playback speed+ Added filter function into bookmark editing+ Added the ability to rename font only in ASS/SSA subtitle style processing- Fixed an issue that could not play due to an error in a specific system- Fixed an issue where subtitles were duplicated in certain subtitles- Fixed an issue that did not play certain Dash/HTTP live streaming- Fixed a slow problem in playing with 10-bit AV1 codec- Fixed an issue that screen did not appear when playing certain MP4 files- Fixed an issue where certain SSA/ASS subtitles appeared strangely
Changes for v200317 - v200512+ Added Vulkan capture into game capture+ Added the ability to switch the playback time remaining time+ Added an option to open subtitles into command line function+ Added the ability to set the number of repetitions of section repeat- Fixed a problem that UWP window was not captured when capturing the window selection (Requires Windows 10 1803 or newer)- Fixed an issue that DirectDraw and Direct3D8 did not work in game capture- Improved performance of Screen Capture- Improved accessibility compatibility- Improved FTP server connection with special characters- Fixed an issue that remembered full screen capture when capturing screen- Fixed an issue that searched for spaces and conditions when searching in Playlist/File Navigator
Changes for v191211 (1.7.21091) - v200204+ Added search feature into preferences+ Added the ability not to load embedded subtitles- Fixed an error when accessing a specific webdav server- Fixed an issue where external bookmarks were deleted when you closed playback- Improved slideshow output- Fixed a problem that certain PCs started playing slowly- Fixed a problem where fonts were displayed differently on certain PCs- Fixed an issue that caused pink to appear when using the exclusive overlay mixer- Fixed a problem that can't play files on certain FTP servers
Changes for v1.7.20977 - v191211 (1.7.21091)* Changed the PotPlayer version to date+ Added H/W HDR output function to Built-in D3D11 Renderer+ Fixed an issue that stopped when exclusive screen output was used with the Built-in D3D11 Renderer+ Added Kurdish translation+ Added the ability to dim the output (dark mode) when using system menu+ Added the ability to use MPC Video Renderer+ Added Yandex subtitle translation- Fixed a problem that played fast when playing certain ASF/WMV files- Fixed an issue where the last item was not cleared when saving the playback skip to an external file- Fixed an issue where the title was not changed when processing ASX playlist- Fixed DPI-Aware v2 action- Fixed an issue where the monitor name didn't appear in full screen settings- Fixed an issue that malfunctioned when cue file was specified in multiple media- Improved 10-bit output processing- Fixed an issue where no subtitles appeared when playing certain dvd ifo files- Fixed an issue that navigated certain MKV files slowly 2b1af7f3a8