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blaize9

Here is my current issues with subtitles, I have only tested embedded subtitles that are default/forced.

I expect there to be a few seconds to play the subtitles after skipping or resuming.

 

Emby: Version 3.0.5621.4

Browser: Firefox Nightly 41.0a1, Firefox Developer Ed 40.0a2, and Chrome Canary

  • Subtitle not showing up after skipping around (also includes resuming) - Works fine on chrome
  • Will sometimes not play subtitle for a few seconds (5-20) and will resume in the correct spot - Issue with all browsers

 

Side Bug: When you are browsing shows and click one then go back it will not take you back to where you were at on the page (It will take you to the top on FF but on chrome it will take you to last scrolled position before you clicked on a show).

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Luke

Firefox's implementation of text tracks is still pretty new, only a few months old so I would imagine it's not mature yet.

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blaize9

Firefox's implementation of text tracks is still pretty new, only a few months old so I would imagine it's not mature yet.

Chrome works great over all except both of them are cutting out part of the subtitles.

Subtitles works perfect on WMC, but the issue with that is resume does not work and you cant fast forward or skip around.

When I can fast forward It will take me back to the beginning.

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blaize9

@Luke: Would it be possible to see burn in subtitles in the future?

That is one game changing feature plex has over emby, which has caused me to rely on plex for subtitles content.

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Luke

we already do burn them in when the device doesn't support text tracks. firefox does support text tracks, it's just that their implementation might be a little buggy at the moment. what we don't have is a way to say i prefer burning in even though the device says it supports text tracks.

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