En/na Klaus Schmidinger ha escrit:
> On 28.02.2009 15:54, Luca Olivetti wrote:
>> En/na Klaus Schmidinger ha escrit:
>>> ...teletext subtitles are a thing from the past, the normal way
>>> of broadcasting subtitles should be DVB subtitles. I hardly think a
>>> DVD player would be able to handle teletext subtitles (or am I wrong here?).
>> While I agree that dvb subtitles are usually better than teletext 
>> subtitles, there are cases when it isn't so.
>> For example, itv3 (shoot me, but I like Poirot) broadcasts both teletext 
>> and dvb subtitles, but the dvb subtitles are ~6 seconds early, so 
>> they're unusable.
> Have you ever inquired why they don't fix this?

No, I'm using teletex subtitles instead ;-)
I'm not supposed to be receiving uk channels (in theory the beam is 
focused on the uk), so I cannot really complain.
Besides, I'm not knowledgeable enough to be sure it's their problem or 
vdr problem (after all, if it didn't work with the freeview set-top 
boxes, they'd surely fix it, wouldn't they?)
OTOH I never had problems with dvb subtitles on the bbc channels (other 
than vdr not recognizing they're there in recordings, while they 
automatically show in live view).


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