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  1. Okay this is somewhat of two problems together but the initial problem, I've found a viable work around so I don't really care about it as much. First, I use VLC as an external player on my AndroidTV with Emby because the playback on HEVC formatted movies is very inconsistent. I don't know if it's on my end or what (it very well could be) but enabling VLC as an external player makes every video play with the same smoothness. (That's the first "issue". Second, in using the above workaround VLC, regardless of formatting, unless the subtitles are embedded within the video file itself, they are .sub formatted external file or a .srt file labeled properly as "forced", VLC will not see it nor will the subtitles play. In addition, what I believe is happening is Emby is transcoding with the forced subtitles into VLC because although forced allow them to play, it's at the sacrifice of functions like rewind, fast forward and/or any manner of skipping via VLC. With any other video all said features operate correctly. I would love not to have to use VLC and be completely within the app but if not the VLC as the player is perfectly fine and doesn't make that much of difference but with watching movies with alot of subtitles, it does throw off the experience significantly. Thanks for any help you can provide. Emby embyserver.txt
  2. mmarcmarc

    Subtitles not loading

    Hello! Recently started using Emby and it was working perfectly, but today the subtitles stopped loading? I can select "English (Default ASS)" in the player, but the subs just don't show up. This happens on my Samsung TV and the web app on both my phone and laptop, so I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the server, but even with a fresh install, I still get nothing. Couldn't think of anything else, so I came here looking for some help. ffmpeg-transcode-feaa585b-2637-464a-a57e-9137d37afb63_1.txt embyserver.txt
  3. silvending

    No subtitles on android app

    Hi, considering the two latest beta releases, i tried them on 2 (two) android tablets, and both doesn't display subtitles during media playing. Server version: App version: 3.1.43 Android version: 7.0 However, tried both versions with an android 10 device and works just fine. Tried to remove subtitle transcoding, keep doing the same. For last, if i run emby by web on any of those non-working devices, subtitles work just perfect. Please check it out. Thanks.
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