Dec 23, 2013 You can customize the frame rate increase steps that Media Player Classic Home Cinema takes with the hotkeys (CtrlUp Ctrl Down). Under View Options Playback Speed step, set your percentage. I've set mine to 8, meaning each jump will be 1. 08 times normal speed. Unfortunately, I've noticed that when playing videos with speed adjusted, increase subtitle speed media player classic Mar 14, 2013 Here's my setup: another. srt file with the same name as the video. when i go to optionssubtitles and enter anything for delay, even 10, 000ms, it's still in the same exact out of sync time position it was before, not ten second later. and you can't put a negative value in that field so that the subtitles appear earlier? that's stupid.
Add New hotkey function to increasedecrease subtitle font size. Reported by: allouh: Owned by: Priority: normal: need info: Description If it is possible it would be more convenient to increasedecrease subtitle font size through hotkey. If we do that it would apply to the current subtitle only, not the player settings. There is an increase subtitle speed media player classic
Edit: and it also turns out, adjusting the playback rate completely ruins subtitle synchronization. Meanwhile in windows media player: Right click the video to open the menu Enhancements Playback speed control. Suddenly a separate box is opened that lets you adjust video playback, and it works exactly as you would expect. Sync Subtitle Using Keyboard Shortcut on MPC HC. F2: To make or increase the subtitle speed it (It is above the numerical keys on the keyboard): This should be used when the subtitle is slower than the audio (for every pressing of the F1 keys, the subtitle speed or delay is increased by 500 milliseconds). Check the Use a subtitle file Box. Click Browse to Open the Subtitle. Click Advanced Settings Move the Delay into the minus if the subtitles are too fast. Move it into the positive if the subtitles are too slow. You can also just press H and G while the video is running to align the subtitles backward and forward in time; for the voice use J and K. The increments are in milliseconds, so it can be pretty easily fine increase subtitle speed media player classic Start the movie and load the subtitle (File Load Subtitle) Go to View Subresync. Select a certain line in subtitle table and when the movie reaches that line pause it. Right click the Time value and click Current. Unpause the movie to check the sub is synced. In media player classic go to View Options Playback Output DirectShow Video VMR7(renderless) or VMR9(renderless). Then when you play the file, go to File Load Subtitle Media Player Classic Home Cinema Tutorial# 6 How to Manage Subtitles. Media Player Classic is a great free movie player which most remarkable feature is its great performance even in not so powerful machines due to its little system footprint. Feb 23, 2010 my media player classic subtitles are out of sync I recently got a few. avi movies from my brother, but they came without subtitles. windows media player and center have trouble with. avi subtitles, i noticed, since neither of them have any subtitles.