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is there any players for Linux which can play subtitles properly like MPC?
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SMplayer
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no
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>>11341459
i think there was topic about it dig maybe its still there
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Zoom Player
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>>11342066
for linux? lol
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MPlayer, Xine, Kaffeine, and even VLC work fine for me.
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>>11341459
last time i tried mplayer does it fairly well. i believe it has something called libass which is similar to vsfilter for windows.
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As an Ubuntu user, I highly recommend SMPlayer and MPlayer with the libass options enabled.
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My windows player.
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smplayer consider it mplayer++ without having to compile your own shit.
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>>11342531

you don't need to compile mplayer anymore in order to get libass support. just download the rpm or deb for your distro.



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