On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 5:13 PM, Thibaut VARENE <vare...@debian.org> wrote:
> Package: smplayer
> Version: 0.6.9-1
> Severity: normal
> Tags: upstream
> First off, I'm not sure whether that's a smplayer, mplayer or libass (or
> any combinaison of the above) bug.
> Here's the analysis:
> SMplayer passes a -subcp option to the mplayer process, relative to the user
> defined setting in Preferences->Subtitles->Encoding.
> It seems that by default (at least it was for me), this setting is "Western
> European Languages (ISO-8859-1)".
> Trying to play /certain/ files (and I can make available such a file) with
> this configuration triggers the following bug:
> In smplayer's output console, one can see near the end:
> [ass] Neither PlayResX nor PlayResY defined. Assuming 384x288
Here's an afterthought: I'm guessing the UTF-8 BOM at the beginning of
the ASS file/stream confuses the libass parser on the first section,
making it discard the whole [Script Info] section until it reaches
[V4+ Styles], at which point parsing probably resumes normally,
explaining why we still get the subs displayed...
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