cho hoi sau bo nay ra den 24 (EP) roi ma Eng Sub chi moi co Epi 1 vay
bản sub này do fan làm chứ ko phải do hãng sxuất phát hành, vì vậy sub fụ thuộc vào thời gian dịch của fan đó.
anh/chị thử làm theo hướng dẫn này
lam on chi cho toi cach Addicts (Eng Sub ) phim nay vi cac con toi tui no khong biet tieng Vn cam on nhieu
nếu anh/chị muốn biết thêm chi tiết thì vào link này (phần subtitles)
http://www.d-addicts.com/forum/viewtopi ... 457#141457
Q2. How do I view subtitles with the video? What program do I need to view subtitles?
First of all, you need to make sure that the file is accompanied with softsubs. If the file is a "RAW" file, then it has no subtitles at all. If the file is hardsubbed, then the subtitles will automatically show up when the video is played. No further action is necessary.
If you have a softsub file (often with extensions such as .SRT, .SSA, .SUB, .SMI, etc), then perform the following steps:
1. Make sure both the video file and the sub file are in the same folder. If they are not, put them in the same folder.
2. Make sure they have the EXACT same filename (except for the extension)
koukou kyoushi ep02.srt
.....Subs will not play because the filenames do not match (missing underscores and the "k's" are not capitalized).
.....Subs will play because the filenames are exactly the same (except for the extensions).
3. With some media players (such as BS Player, Media Player Classic, and Windows Media Player), this will be all you need to do. Play the file, and the subtitles should automatically show up. If the subtitles do not show up, read further....
4. If your player does not display the subs, you will have to download a program called "vobsub" and install it.
5. When you play the file now, a green arrow should appear on the bottom right-hand corner of your taskbar. Subtitles should now display. (If not, then right-click the green arrow and select "Show Subtitles".)
Still confused? Try this link:
http://www.weethet.nl/english/video_vob ... titles.php
EXPERT SETTING FOR MULTIPLE LANGUAGES
You can also have multiple soft subtitles, for example in different languages, at the same time if you use DirectVobsub. You can select the language you want through a menu by right-clicking on the green arrow in your windows task-tray. The files could be named this way then:
Whatever you choose as add-on (marked red in the above example) to the filename will appear in the menu you choose the subtitle/language from.