Futureshop has this at 89$ ....was wondering if someone knows anything about this player...
yes it does. I forgot which one it was (sub or srt) but I was able to turn the subs on/off with the remote. there were two files in the folder (one movie1.avi and the other one movie1.sub or movie1.srt)digiR said:can you guys try to see if it supports subtitles? like .srt or .sub files?
or maybe an option to load the subtitles. I would really appreciate it.
the PS PQ gotten on par with my other player (Sony 725P) after I've changed the blackennes level setting in the settings menu. And yes it supports remote switchable subtitles for AVI filesSamurai said:I was thinking about getting this one because of divx and xvid. and I was also thinking about the philips 642, the thing is that my friend told me playing normal dvd on the philips aren't that great compare to other dvd players. so I was wondering how good picture quality this one is when playing normal dvd. and do anyone know if it has options for divx subtitles?
Thanks for reassuring me that. Actually I got this dvd player about a week ago now. So far, the quality of it exceed my expectations, and I could play most of the files I have. The dvd quality is good, divx and xvid quality is also good, in fact better than I thought. And yes, it can play pal materials straight out of the box, but of course it isn't region free yet(until somebody found a hack for it).atari8472 said:the PS PQ gotten on par with my other player (Sony 725P) after I've changed the blackennes level setting in the settings menu. And yes it supports remote switchable subtitles for AVI files
I believe the resolution is too high for the player to handle. User manual lists 720x576 as the maximum resolution for DivX files.bobnoxious said:The video is letter boxed 960 x 528.