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post #31 of 41
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Originally Posted by stefuel View Post

Can you re-open a MKV? For whatever reason the BD "Transformers 2" is working from the flat screen. If I could re-open it to see what audio selections I made with that one, perhaps my problem will be solved.

The free "mkvmerge" package will allow you to inspect the file attributes and has a header editor to alter them.

Another utility, "mediainfo" will show the attributes but not alter them.

-Bill
post #32 of 41
Well I have made a discovery. For whatever reason the LG flat screen or the older WD media player has a brain fart when TrueHD is in da room. Kinda like me and breasts.
Anyway, I re-ripped a few without trueHD and all is well. I'm only doing 5.1 in the theater anyway so I can do without the TrueHD for now.
post #33 of 41
I just had to renew the key on my beta version of MakeMKV. Is there any functional difference between the beta version and the paid version other then getting a forever key?
post #34 of 41
Thread Starter 
Can you place where subtitles go with this software so that they actually appear on the screen rather than below it? I'll have a CIH scope screen.
post #35 of 41
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Originally Posted by stefuel View Post

I just had to renew the key on my beta version of MakeMKV. Is there any functional difference between the beta version and the paid version other then getting a forever key?

No

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Originally Posted by mijotter View Post

Can you place where subtitles go with this software so that they actually appear on the screen rather than below it? I'll have a CIH scope screen.

Subtitle positioning depends on your playback software.
post #36 of 41
Thread Starter 
oh ok. What playback software would you recommend then?
post #37 of 41
I have a 2.35 (CIH) screen, too and use DunePlayer to playback my MKV's (which can vertically shift subtitles), see this thread : http://www.avsforum.com/t/1264144/hdi-dune-will-soon-vertically-shift-subtitles
post #38 of 41
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Originally Posted by lockdown571 View Post

No
Subtitle positioning depends on your playback software.

I think the latest beta key is only good till the end of this month. Is there a new key available?
post #39 of 41
Thread Starter 
So there is no way from a HTPC to shift the subtitles?
post #40 of 41
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Originally Posted by mijotter View Post

So there is no way from a HTPC to shift the subtitles?

There is lots of ways. It depends on the software you are using.

VLC, MPC-HC, XBMC etc can all do it in their own ways. You just need to play around with the options. There is no point in me telling you exactly how to do it because I don't know what res and AR you want to output to your projector.
post #41 of 41
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Originally Posted by stefuel View Post

I think the latest beta key is only good till the end of this month. Is there a new key available?

Makemkv is free while in beta. He supplies a new key each month. Who knows when the beta will end, but it's been in beta for years now.
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Originally Posted by mijotter View Post

So there is no way from a HTPC to shift the subtitles?

I can see an option right now in mpc-hc. You will just have to play around with whatever software you want to use. It sounds like you can change vertical position in XBMC. I'm sure you can change position in JRiver too.
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