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Old 15 Sep 2007, 12:50 PM   #1
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Could someone please help to enlighten me on the differences between virtualdub & virtualdubmod?

I've already done the following but still no subs appear when I play my vid with windows media player.

1. Installed vobsub and check on components plugins
- vobsub for directshow
- vobsub for virtualdub
- textsub for virtualdub and avisynth
- utilities

2. Selecting virtualdubmod as my plugin
- both files vobsub_vd.vdf & textsub.vdf in plugin folders

2. Enabled captions in the Windows Media Player
- Play > Captions and Subtitle > English
- Tools > Option > Security > Show local caption when present


Should I install virtualdub instead of using virtualdubmod as my plugin *confused*?

Urgently need help!!!

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Old 15 Sep 2007, 01:34 PM   #2
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The vobsub and textsub plugins in the Virtualdub(or Mod) folders are only for encoding an avi with subtitles using Virtualdub(or Mod).
For viewing subs in media players you need VSFilter/Directvobsub.
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The vobsub and textsub plugins in the Virtualdub(or Mod) folders are only for encoding an avi with subtitles using Virtualdub(or Mod).
For viewing subs in media players you need VSFilter/Directvobsub.
Thanks paglamon for your fast reply

I've both installed.

1. I found vsfilter in the AVIRecomp folder
2. As for directvobsub I found this in the Gabest folder after I installed vobsub. But different name though... directvobsub configure.

I find it strange.. when I play the vids with other player such as media player classic and gom player the subs work fine.. except windows media player.

grrrr but the subbing program (popsub) that I use can only play subs on windows media player, so no choice I've to get this straighten out.

desparately need help!!!

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but the subbing program (popsub)
What is popsub? Why do you need it?
BTW,when you play the video in WMP, is there a green-curved-arrow icon present in the taskbar?

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What is popsub? Why do you need it?
BTW,when you play the video in WMP, is there a green-curved-arrow icon present in the taskbar?
Hi paglamon

Popsub is a chinese version subbing program, I use it for my subbing work.
Hmmm there's no green-curved-arrow icon in the taskbar. I downloaded WMP version 11.
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Hmmm there's no green-curved-arrow icon in the taskbar
So Directvobsub is not working with your WMP. Can't you configure Popsub in such a way that it uses any other media player ?
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