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I have a bunch of avi files with .srt files for the subs and I am looking for way to stream it to my tv. Should I go with a blu-ray player and if so which one would be best for dlna stuff and subs? I would like to make sure it's wifi as well. I was also thinking of wd tv live plus if that works better with subs.
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I have a bunch of avi files with .srt files for the subs and I am looking for way to stream it to my tv. Should I go with a blu-ray player and if so which one would be best for dlna stuff and subs? I would like to make sure it's wifi as well. I was also thinking of wd tv live plus if that works better with subs.

Welcome to AVSForum.

You might try the Media Server forum, they deal with this sort of problem: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/forum...aysprune=&f=39

I don't know if DLNA servers commonly support external subtitles. The same files can be muxed into the container, which is supported. At least that's the way it works on the OPPO players and the DLNA servers I have tried.

-Bill
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