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Thread: Strange with subtitles on some channels (DVB I think).

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    Strange with subtitles on some channels (DVB I think).

    I use 5.4.009 on my boxes (Duo 4K and Ultimo 4K).

    The subtitles behave badly on some movie channels (C More HD),
    they seem to appear irregularly, and in some cases they just
    flash so you do not have time to read.

    I do not know if this is due to Openvix or the broadcast.
    (I have notified this to Canal Digital / Telenorsat).

    I recorded parts of the movies and when I play it, the subtitles work perfectly!

    What do you think about this?
    Vu+ Duo 4K 1 x FBC S2(X) on 0.8 W, 4 TB HD 2.5"
    Vu+ Ultimo 4K 1 x FBC S2(X) on 0.8 W, 2 TB HD 2.5"
    All with latest stable image
    80 cm dish with Diavolo Unicable II LNB

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    Update.

    It seems that it was the broadcast of these channels that had a temporary error.

    In any case, I think it was strange that what I recorded worked smoothly with the subtitles.
    Vu+ Duo 4K 1 x FBC S2(X) on 0.8 W, 4 TB HD 2.5"
    Vu+ Ultimo 4K 1 x FBC S2(X) on 0.8 W, 2 TB HD 2.5"
    All with latest stable image
    80 cm dish with Diavolo Unicable II LNB

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