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  1. I have recently started ripping my UHD Blu-rays for play back in Emby, and discovered issues with subtitle transcoding. In the past, my 1080p Blu-ray rips have been in HEVC, whatever the main audio track is, as well as only forced/foreign subtitle tracks if there are any. Normally I would extract the PGS (.sup file) and convert to VobSub using BDSup2Sub and that would work fine. This has been a habit that started back when Blu-ray subs weren't supported by the codecs on my old HTPC way back when, but handled DVD subs (VobSub) fine. The first 4K disc I have ripped that requires a forced
  2. According to the Apple TV Client wiki page, I should be able to play my x264 mp4 container file with external vobsub subtitle files to my Apple TV app without transcoding. I can direct play if I choose no subtitles. But, if I choose a subtitle, Emby starts transcoding because "Subtitle format not supported". I originally observed this on beta, but can reproduce on - both on Debian Stretch. I've attached the transcode file. Can someone help me know what is wrong? I really want to avoid transcoding with my Apple TV. Edit: included screenshot of the Media Info of the file
  3. Are there any plans to support vobsub subtitles in the app? This subs are not text files like SRT for example, but bitmaps that are rendered on top of the video by the player. Right now they don't seem to work (not even listed in the subtitles list) but at least they are supported by my TV (UE55H6500) according to the manual. The app is awesome, but since I can't play any videos with this kind of subs I find myself switching to my RPi2 running Emby for Kodi, everytime I need to watch a video (ie: DVDs ripped to MKV) with this kind of subs. Thanks and keep up with the good work!
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