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I found this - Subtitler Lite VLC plugin, which might possibly do what you need. I haven't tested it myself yet, so feel free to add comments re success or otherwise.


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That depends. If the subtitles are imbedded in to the video that no, there is nothing you can do. If the subtitles is a separate file (.srt) then you can use the VLC subtitles menu to choose colors ect. The problem will be that the subtitles will not play outside the video screen but be overlayed, so in any case you will have a area on the screen that is ...


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Go back to version 9. There is no other solution for a certain type of problem. Starting with Version 10 and carrying on with 11 and 12 (the current version only recently released) all refuse to honour soft subs that were previously compatible. This type of sub is present in the m4v file on your computer but is actually stripped by itunes from the file when ...



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