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Windows 7: Unable to display subs of MKV files

20 Feb 2010   #1
blue031

Windows 7
 
 
Unable to display subs of MKV files

WMP12 can not display any of the subtitles of MKV files. My OS is Windows 7 x32 and I have the haali splitter and the other filters required.

I have tried a number of different things such as enabling WMP to see embedded subs (under DVD advanced options) and taking ownership and renaming C:\Windows\System32\mfpmp.exe.


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20 Feb 2010   #2
FZ21Z

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 ®™
 
 

Are the subs and the video file named the same, i.e - sevenforums.mvk - sevenforums.srt?
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20 Feb 2010   #3
jpjones2288

Windows 7 x64 Build 7600
 
 

I use MP classic and the CCP codecs exclusively for this. Uninstall other codecs and use that. It works perfect.

Go here to get the codecs - CCCP - Combined Community Codec Pack
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20 Feb 2010   #4
Shark007

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by blue031 View Post
WMP12 can not display any of the subtitles of MKV files. My OS is Windows 7 x32 and I have the haali splitter and the other filters required.

I have tried a number of different things such as enabling WMP to see embedded subs (under DVD advanced options) and taking ownership and renaming C:\Windows\System32\mfpmp.exe.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jpjones2288 View Post
I use MP classic and the CCP codecs exclusively for this. Uninstall other codecs and use that. It works perfect.
jpjones2288, if you actually read the OP, they are asking how to disaply subtitles using Windows Media Player. CCCP will not assist with playing MKV's with subtitles in Windows Media Player. If your preference is to be tied down to a single player, by all means choose to use cccp.

blue031, you will need a codecpack that was actually designed for use in Windows 7. The Shark007 Win7codecs will allow ALL files, including MKV with subtitles to be played in WMP and Media Center and any other Directshow player you choose to use.
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