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AlfaStation
6th December 2003, 06:37
Does anyone know if there's a standalone capable of reading subtitles in the *.sub + *.idx format?

I heard some players like the Kiss 450 can read *.sub's and *.srt's, but does it also handle sub+idx created using the Gknot/VobSub method?

Thanks,
-Alfa-

AlfaStation
6th December 2003, 06:42
just found answer in this post:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=66048

Too bad.

How about a chipped X-box?
Would that work?

Thanks
-Alfa-

AlfaStation
6th December 2003, 06:53
I think i found the answer here:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=54523&highlight=xbox+sub

Can anyone comfirm vobsub (idx+sub) works on the x-box?

Doom9
6th December 2003, 11:04
look at the specs of the xbox media player: http://www.xboxmediaplayer.de/info_project.htm
It clearly states vobsub support.
Of course, an xbox makes way much more noise than a standalone player, and it needs to be modded for xmmb to work.

vijv
11th December 2003, 16:56
the xbox only has 64 mb ram so if the vobsub is over a couple of MBs then the vobsubs don't work. it also supports zipped vobsubs