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Hello,


I am using MPC-HC with the external Microsoft MPEG-2 video decoder. This allows me to watch DVD's using DxVA. This works great however I have lost subtitles (important in films like Apocalypto).


I have tried adding DirectVobSub (auto-loading and normal) but with no success.


I am new to using filters etc.. any help/advice would be welcome.


Thx.
 

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Originally Posted by Mrkazador /forum/post/19512002


Try using MPC internal subtitle filter and block directvobsub.

Thanks Mrkazador...


Like I said I am new to this stuff - which entry should i choose (was not obvious to me) to have the MPC internal filter handle subtitles?


What order should the external filters be in?


I have removed the DirectVobSub and just have the external Microsoft MPEG-2 video decoder set to prefer.


I can always just leave MPC-HC default (all works well) but would like DxVA and subtitles.
 

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After some research it seems DxVA is not able to work with the subtitles because of its need to connect directly with the rendering engine. Oh well gave me something to do for a couple of days.
 

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If you want DXVA, then DirectVobSub is a wrong choice. Use MPC-HC's internal subtitle engine or ffdshow DXVA video decoder.
 
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