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video player with some sort of filter to change the color of subtitles durring plackback of dvd disc

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  1. grimmyr13

    grimmyr13 Newbie

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    Trying to find a way to change color of shown subtitles when viewing dvds on computer. Like a video player that can do this in its options/settings?

    I.E watching dvd with subtitles. Its ugly yellow color. Want to change to white WITHOUT having to rip the dvd and extract the subs and change there. Im looking for a way to change the color durring stream of video. Like a filter option for the playback.

    I have an question setup and was suggested that i post my questtion here -
    afterdawn site /tech_support/answer.cfm/trying_to_find_a_way_to_change_color_of_shown_subtitles_when_viewing_dvds_on_computer_like_a_video_player_that_can_do_this_in_its_options_settings
     
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    attar Senior member

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    Only way I know is to have a separate subtitle.srt file and open the disk in MPC; you now have the option to load the external subs (think the default colours are white with black outline, but that can be changed in the option menu:you can't override the DVD's subtitle colours though).
    Only other way is as you say, rip it.

    Ask the hotshots at VideoHelp.

    http://forum.videohelp.com/
     
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  3. grimmyr13

    grimmyr13 Newbie

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    Thank you. I will ask them. What you mentioned is a viable option.
     

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