Originally Posted by Flave
Unfortunately I updated my DLNA server on the same day I received this update from LG so I don't know where this added functionality comes from but I can now access subtitles from a DLNA source! Both from SRT files and MKV files. I suspect this is probably due to the server update but I'm not sure. Maybe one of you can experiment?
I'm doing to test that RIGHT now.
EDIT: I STILL can't seem to get any video to show subtitles that I have hard coded in BUT the update HAS fixed that if a movie DOES have subtitles in, it will NOT just cut off. It will actually play the movie with sound.
If you are able to get subtitles, and I'm not able to get them through DLNA, then I guess that's a fault on my end. I'm using SRT subtitles with MKVmerge GUI. I add the movie in the Input tab then I add the SRT subtitles in the input tab then I highlight the subtitles and put yes into the Default Track and Forced Track.