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  1. Hi, first congratulations for all this work. Great! I have a problem, subtitles work fine in the Web version as you can see below: However, in the Android version do not work: Thank you very much in advance.
  2. Phuein

    Tiny Subtitles With MKV

    Hey, Thanks for your guys hard work. Emby is always a pleasure to use. I've noticed that when playing files with embedded subs, like the MKV format, the default size is tiny. Unreadable basically. When I extract the subs into an .srt file ( ffmpeg -i "%~1" "%~n1.eng.srt" ) it works fine, loading the subs as expected. Any chance Emby could work with this better automatically? Thanks
  3. Hi, Has passed many years since we asked for subtitles color control, and you guys did a good job adding configuration to put some shadow and size, but for some cases this is not enough. Some cases we have some white text in the video and mixed with the subtitles even with the shadows doesn't helps. The only way to go over this is change to other color, like yellow. So what I did, I saved a subtitle with yellow color, but looks like emby replaces the yellow color from str to the user emby settings. It is possible to ignore it? I would like to use the yellow subtitles not the white Thanks
  4. Sorry if this is already asked/answered, but my search didn't find it... In both Emby and Emby beta apps for the TCL Roku TV, I don't have a way of turning captions off and on at the movie or show play screen. Before I went to my profile settings and turned them off entirely, they would default to being turned ON, and I couldn't do anything about it. This isn't true of any other version of Emby I've tried (Chrome, Android). Thanks, Jim
  5. The beta is certainly pretty and generally working well for me. However, I have run into an issue that affects me and probably others whose servers do not support transcoding very well. The problem has to do with subtitles. I first ran into this on a Japanese-language blu-ray that has also has an English audio track. The English audio track is the default, but I would prefer to hear the original and see the English captions that also come with the disc. Playback is smooth and continuous if captions are turned off. It starts and stops (with loading screens while stopped) if captions are turned on. Clearly, this is due to transcoding at the server end. I am running Emby server on my Synology 1813+, which has no hardware support for transcoding. FWIW, the video quality setting in the Roku app is set to AUTO. I have replicated this problem with another 1080p video. Turning on captions also causes the same behavior. I can supply log files if that would help, but from these data points it is pretty clear that the issue is transcoding at the server end. Is there any workaround for this? My Roku 4 is connected via HDMI to a Marantz av7702mkii receiver, and that sends the video via HDMI to an LG OLED65B6P UHDTV. Both the receiver and the HDTV have their own video decoding capabilities, so even if the Roku 4 may not be able to handle captions (I am not sure), either the receiver or the HDTV may be able to. Perhaps the answer to this is to put an option in the Roku app that tells it to take anything the server has directly (no transcoding at the server end) and then pass along anything that IT cannot transcode to whatever is upstream. Thanks!
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