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Support Question about movies played on the vibrant

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by forestxfaerie, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. forestxfaerie

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    Ok so I have the vibrant coming this week.. I am deaf .. does the vibrant have a subtitle option for movies? can you check to see if avatar has subtitles. LMK
     

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    I tried it out and i can't see any options for subtitles in either the default video player, or in double twist. Sorry bout that.
     
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    give Meridian Media Player a shot...read somewhere that it does subtitles
     
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    Don't bother. I had to download the .Srt file, unzip it to the external sd card and the subtitles were way out of sync. Then I copied the avatar movie file to my phone sd, put the .Srt file in the same folder and it did the same thing. I tried 3 different Srt files and they were all out of sync. I mean like 1whole minute slow. I didn't even realize it until i was 5 minutes into the movie.
    It may be the filetype they used could not sync correctly with that format, because I used the same srt file types for other movies in avi and mp4 format and they worked perfect.
     
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    Try "speed reading" maybe that will help? :p
     

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