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PDVD 11 doesn't support custom subtitles?
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I finally bought a copy of Lord of the Rings on Blu-ray, and was very disappointed to see that Cyberlink just uses a very bland white serif font for the subtitles, when the disc is encoded to use one in a typeface more appropriate to the art design of the film.

Is there any way to get PDVD to recognise the embedded font and use it for the subtitles? Stand-alone Blu-ray players can do it, so you'd think a software package should be able to.

Failing that, is there any way to specify the font and colour that PDVD uses for a specific film?

And failing that, could this please be considered as a feature for the next version, at least?
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CyberLink-Michael [Avatar]
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Hi,

thanks for your feedback.
Such feature was suggested before and forwarded to the planning team.

Please understand that not all suggestions will find it's way into a major releases.

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Michael

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Very much understood, Michael, but thanks for your friendly reply. :

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you, mate.
For my part, sincere thanks for all your time and expertise you contribute to these forums. It's greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,
Bran
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