Chinese Subtitle in VLC
I′m trying to watch a Hong Kong movie with Chinese subtitle in VideoLAN - VLC media player.
Default output, some kind of Alien subtitle.
After some research, I finally find out that it require me to select the correct encoding of the subtitle file & a Chinese font on my PC in order to display the Chinese subtitle correctly.
That is for Universal, Chinese (GB18030) setting. If you are looking for Traditional Chinese (Big5) setting, you can try this out.
posted by Fabio | 29/09/2009 23:25:59
Thx, great help!
posted by Jia2k | 30/01/2010 11:38:17
Nice. Best guide ever. Simple explanation with screenshots. No confusing tech talk, just with the matter of options. Excellent work manz.
posted by G | 02/06/2010 17:04:27
thanks a lot!
posted by HYL | 25/07/2010 23:27:43
Finally! I did it! Thanks for the help!
posted by Fred | 31/12/2010 07:11:31
Thanks!! Now I can watch movies with my dad!
posted by Alan | 13/01/2011 04:57:26
Great Help ! Thanks !
posted by Vic | 28/01/2011 04:06:52
Thanks Great Help I almost begin to translate all chinese movies.
posted by Greg Derviche | 20/02/2011 06:28:39
Thank you it was great help.It is same with KMPlayer. For KMPlayer goto option/preferences/subtitle processing/font style/character setting select to Chinese...
posted by baha | 21/02/2011 23:00:42
This is great! I have scratched my head for many hoiurs. It works. Thanks.
posted by Andy J Wang | 01/03/2011 01:33:42
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