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    How to Run VLC on VU+Duo2

    I'm sure this topic has been covered before I couldn't find it.
    Can anyone tell me how to run VLC on my VU + Duo2?

    Maybe there's another media player that will do the same job?

    Running V 5.3.034
    Kernel: 3.13.5

    thanks Davidtjm

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    And the job is?
    Zgemma H7S, 2 x single 28.2E, 1 x Freeview Hannington. Running OpenVIX (normally latest stable) with "Magic-FHD" skin.

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    vlc usally runs on your PC and not on the box
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    I wanted to run it on the VU box so as to manually add subtitles to downloaded movies, esp foreign language movies.
    VLC runs ok on my PC but the VU box & TV are in another room.
    Thanks

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    https://www.world-of-satellite.com/s...rnal-subtitles

    There is also a thread on PLI that says

    External subtitles (srt) are now working, just convert them to UTF8 and select them with TEXT button while in Media Player. At least since 17 may. Nice work!

    You can also try E2Iplayer

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