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Subtitles containing italic identifier

sakis_ssakis_s Posts: 4Members ✭✭

Many of my downloaded subtitles contain in .srt file <i> and </i>. Plex -any- player appears these as "ö". Is there any fix for this?

Answers

  • sakis_ssakis_s Posts: 4Members ✭✭

    Edit of what subtitles contain: < i > < /i >

  • OttoKernerOttoKerner Posts: 30,839Members, Plex Pass, Plex Ninja Plex Ninja

    Make sure that your subtitle files are 'valid' and error free.
    Many downloaded subs are not.

    1) Make sure every SRT file you use is encoded with the UTF-8 encoding. You can use a good text editor to do that or Subtitle Edit. Depending on the operating system of your Plex Server, there may be also this Plex plugin: https://forums.plex.tv/discussion/94864/rel-str2utf-8/p1#top

    2) Use Subtitle Edit to find and correct errors in your SRT files.

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