[MPlayer-users] subtitle disordered when using slave mode
Reimar.Doeffinger at gmx.de
Sun Apr 24 11:51:38 CEST 2011
On Sun, Apr 24, 2011 at 08:11:54AM +0000, Zongyao QU wrote:
> how to reproduce the bug?
> 1. open a file with internal subtitle, for example, XXX.mkv
> ./mplayer -slave -quiet -font xxx.ttf XXX.mkv
> 2. set_property sub 0
> then you could make sure that 0 means
> the internal sub track.
> 3. use sub_load to load another subtitle
> sub_load aaa/bbb/ccc.srt
> 4. set_property sub 0
> you will see that the ccc.srt will be displayed.
> set_property sub 1
> will make internal sub displayed.
> I think the sub track id should be consistent, but it is not
> and this seams only happens when
> 1. internal + external sub
> 2. external sub should be loaded in the runtime,
> rather than by the cmdline
Uh, I don't see how this should be possible to solve, there
is no way to have two subs with id 0, and having the internal
subs first would result in a total mess e.g. with MPEG-TS where
new internal subtitles could be added at any point.
You are aware of the sub_demux, sub_file and sub_vob properties?!
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