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Can not choose several subtitles

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Hello
After updating to last version (1.5.31) O can not choose several subtitles anymore.
It is a critical bug for me

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RandomEngy wrote Jan 15, 2015 at 6:37 PM

What container are you using and what subtitles are you trying to add? There are some subtitle/container combinations that require you to burn-in the subtitles.

Pakee wrote Jan 26, 2015 at 2:47 PM

I am also using the latest version, but It seems working fine! :)

Can you provide more info (Screen Shots) of subtitles?

Mojito84 wrote Apr 14, 2015 at 11:12 AM

I have the same issue with all my movies. The list shows multiple subtitle entries but I can only select one entry. When I try to select a second one the previous gets deselected. This happens to original suibtitles as well as dupplicated subtitles (e.g. only forced).

I am not sure if a screen shot helps to unterstand the issue since it would just show one selected subtitle.

RandomEngy wrote Apr 14, 2015 at 3:42 PM

Mojito84: What container are you using and what subtitles are you trying to add? There are some subtitle/container combinations that require you to burn-in the subtitles.

DavidRuhmann wrote Jun 6, 2015 at 2:08 AM

I am experiencing this issue as well. I do NOT want the subtitles burned in, just available on the video. I can do this with Handbrake (select multiple subtitles and not burn them in), but not VidCoder.
Converting from mkv made by MakeMKV to mp4

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RandomEngy wrote Jun 6, 2015 at 7:48 AM

Did you actually try it with HandBrake? You get this in the log:

[23:47:29] Subtitle pass-thru requested and input track is not compatible with container. Changing track 0 to burned-in subtitle.
[23:47:29] Subtitle pass-thru requested and input track is not compatible with container. One track already burned, dropping track 1.

And you only get one, burned in subtitle:

[23:47:29] * subtitle track 1, English (track 0, id 0x1200) Picture [PGS] -> Render/Burn-in

VidCoder actually tells you that you have to burn it in.

DavidRuhmann wrote Jun 6, 2015 at 4:11 PM

Yeah, your right. I did not check the log and after posting that I ran several conversions in Handbrake and could only get them to burn in because the subtitles were SUP format. Thanks for the quick response. Looks like I have to convert the SUP to SRT if I want them on the MP4.