I record TV shows off my HD Homerun as the raw MPEG2 streams. These streams contain an embedded EIA 608 closed caption stream. It appears only VLC can see them as neither Infuse nor Plex show anything about them. I’ve run ccextractor on the files and an SRT does appear, but only Plex winds up seeing that (same name, same dir).
So, first: can we expect EIA 608 support from Infuse for MPEG2 streams? Should it work?
Second: why might it ignore the SRT file alongside the movie? (eg. ABCD 10.1 A Show.mpeg & ABCD 10.1 A Show.srt)
Welcome to the forum!
Support for a few EIA variants (608, 708) is on our list to add in an upcoming version. We don’t have a hard ETA just yet, but it’s something we hope to get to after the release of Infuse 6.0, which is currently in progress.
With regard to external SRT subtitles. What type of device are you streaming from? If you happen to be connecting via UPnP or DLNA, then unfortunately Infuse won’t be able to access external subs. If you are able to connect via SMB of NFS, then they should be available.
I’m interested in this too, and if there’s further info on support. As it was, I tried playing an episode of Killing Eve, with same observations - VLC can ready the closed caption track, but neither Plex or Infuse register that it even exists.