Subtitles are supported in local playback – USB, Disk (DVD, Blu Ray)
Subtitles are not supported in network playback – DLNA, VOD (video store) of Net TV
Ensure that the filename extension of the subtitle files is .srt, .smi, .sub, .ssa, or .txt
Ensure that your subtitle filename is the same as the DivX movie filename
Example: The filename of the movie is ‘Movie.avi’, then you will need to name the text file “Movie.sub” or “Movie.srt”
Ensure that the subtitle file is in the same folder as the DivX movie file
Ensure that you have selected the correct character set
Press 'SETUP' on the remote control
Select 'Preference Setup', and then press 'OK'
Select 'DivX Subtitle', and then press 'OK'
Select a [Character Set], and then press 'OK'
[ Standard ] — Default setting
English, Albanian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Gaelic, German, Italian, Kurdish (Latin), Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish
[ Central Europe ] Albanian, Croat, Czech, Dutch, English, German, Hungarian, Irish, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene and Sorbian
[ Cyrillic ] Bulgarian, Belorussian, English, Macedonian, Moldavian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian
[ Greek ] Greek
[ Hebrew ] Hebrew
[ Chinese (Simp)] Simplified Chinese
[ Chinese (Trad)] Traditional Chinese
[ Korean ] Korean
If the full length of the subtitle is not displayed during the movie playback, this could be due to the subtitle text length exceeding the maximum limit for this set. Rename the subtitle to a shorter length when possible.
Subtitle languages other than those stated above will not be displayed when used
The availability of subtitle also depends on the region of your player; e.g Simplified Chinese will not be available in Europe region