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Old 11th November 2012, 17:15   #1  |  Link
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DVDfab have subtitle settings to reduce default huge font size?

Greetings. Is it possible to alter the font size defaulted to in DVDfab when using BLURAYcreator?

So far any tests I have done (I am new to this) result in a HUGE font size. We are talking skyscrapers here. The same mkv's played from a hard drive through my EGreat Media Player default to a much smaller, normal size (or with VLC on my PC).

But if I use DVDfab to create a DVD5 to play in my PS3, the subs are huge upon playback.

Also, the only way I can get subs on there at all is via an srt file.

Should the mkv have subtitles encoded on it (I have no idea of the proper terminology) those subs do not come through. For instance, my wife has a Korean Drama and it has subtitles n Vietnamese and English. They are not from an srt file. When playing in VLC or via the EGreat I can choose which subs I want. When using mkv2vob and then burning or DVDfab those subs are gone.
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Many software players will NOT display PGS subtitles (The graphic format used on commercial Blu-ray discs). Click on the following link for more information:


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Thank you for the information. I will look at this.
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