Using SRT subtitle files on Popcorn hour

I was having little trouble getting .SRT file working on Pop corn hour A-110. After some googling, I came across this page:

To enable SRT files support you need the following steps.

1. Make sure the SRT filename and the video name match (Except for the extensions obviously)

2. Make sure they are in the same directory

3. (OPTIONAL STEP) On your popcorn hour go to Setup menu, under subtitles change the language to English (Or any language, but not NONE), this will make sure the subtitles always run when you load a movie in your selected language.

4. Using your remote during playback you can enable the subtitles using the subtitles button.

Pretty simple, isn’t it?

4 comments on “Using SRT subtitle files on Popcorn hour

  1. munkychop 28/January/2011 2:07 am

    Thanks! I’m a new A-210 owner and this really helped ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Mads Tinggaard Andersen 24/April/2012 2:01 pm

    Is there a common folder where popcorn hour searches for subs, besides the same folder as the video?

    I’d like a more monolithic approach to the filesystem and not spread out the srt’s in different folders.

  3. MustafaSubhi 08/May/2012 10:52 pm

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  4. Lallala 29/September/2012 5:37 pm

    Thanks for the advice..bugged the h*ll out of me..genious ๐Ÿ™‚

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