Jun 1 2007, 04:00 PM
Ik think I've done it again, I got a perfectly working XBMC and F*%* it up again.
I watch TV-series, but since today when I start an XviD a MC360-tab appears with the message 'Caching subtitles'. The weird thing is, there are no subtitle-files in the same folder. I haven't set any seperate subtitle folder so it can't be that.
After a few minutes the 'caching subtitles' message dissapears but no video is played.
Have I missed a setting or something because I can't find any option that explains this behaviour.
Can anyone help me out?
Jun 2 2007, 07:51 AM
Somehow the edit button of my previous post dissapeared...
Isn't there anyone that has or had the same problem as me?
I've found out that video's can be played if I choose for the DVDPlayer instead of Mplayer, which is default.
Jun 2 2007, 01:33 PM
The edit button is disabled 10 or 15 minutes after you post. Not sure exactly as I don't pay enough attention.
Jun 4 2007, 04:23 PM
Yesterday I downloaded the most recent XBMC SVN and the latest MC360 and uploaded everything to my Xbox, but the problem stays. I only restored my original sources.xml so my pc was easy reachable.
It isn't a skin problem because Project MayhemIII does the same thing.
"Caching Subtitles" appears and the movie isn't played. Even if there are srt-subtitle files then the message appears and the movies don't play.
Am I the only one that has these problems?
Jun 9 2007, 08:19 PM
I was having what sounds like the same problem with the xbmcmythtv script, and it turned out to be a DNS problem. The strange thing is that dns was working, as I was using the same FQDN in both the database server and SMB path settings. I was making successful db connections, so I know the xbox is able to resolve names, but replacing the FQDN with an IP for the SMB path caused the "caching subtitles ..." problem to go away.
YMMV, as this was with the myth stuff, but it might be worth a try.
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