To add one external subtitles, please rename your subtitle file with as following:
Note: The external subtitle will be displayed by default even if you set a default language in the settings. It will be named "subtitle".
How to add one external subtitle with language info
To add one external subtitles with language info, please rename your subtitle file with as following:
Note: The external subtitle will be displayed by default even if you set a default language in the settings.
How to add several external subtitles
To add multiple external subtitles, please rename your subtitle files with as following:
Metropolis.English.srt (for English)
Metropolis.Spanish.srt (for Spanish)
Metropolis.French.srt (for French)
Metropolis.Italian.srt (for Italian)
Note: In case of multiple subtitles, the subtitle option will be switched OFF by default. To select an external subtitle, please press the SUBTITLES button of your Zappiti RC. Then, choose the subtitle of your choice.
TIP: You can replace the "." by a space. For example:
Metropolis English.srt (for English)
Metropolis Spanish.srt (for Spanish)
Metropolis French.srt (for French)
Metropolis Italian.srt (for Italian)
Metropolis German.srt (for German)
Instead of full name of the language, you can use the language ID:
Metropolis.EN.srt (for English)
Metropolis.ES.srt (for Spanish)
Metropolis FR.srt (for French)
Metropolis IT.srt (for Italian)
Metropolis DE.srt (for German)
To take advantage of the forced subtitles, please place your subtitle file in the same folder as the movie and specify "Forced English" after the movie title. For example:
Italic subtitle tags are not yet supported by Zappiti in SRT files or ASS/SSA. If your SRT or ASS/SSA subtitles contain italic tags, they are ignored and the italic characters are displayed in straight characters. To enjoy subtitles with the right italic aspect, you can use the PGS (.sup) or IDX (.sub / .idx) standards that are fully compatible with the italic aspect.
To convert your external subtitle files to PGS, we advise you to use easySUP.
You can then import and integrate them into your video files using tsMuxeR, multiAVCHD, Scenarist or other tool.
How to Download Subtitles
Zappiti Media Center feature a function to download subtitles. To download a subtitle, please follow this steps:
1. Start your Zappiti 4K HDR.
2. Click on the first icon named Zappiti, to lauch Zappiti Media Center.
3. Select a movie.
4. Press MENU button of your RC.
5. Select the subtitle of your choice in the list.
Note: by default, the downloaded subtitle is saved in basic mode. (Please refer to the top of the page). But you can rename it using a computer or Zappiti Explorer to use multiple subtitles or to display the language of the downloaded subtitle.