I am working through all my forced subtitle ISO files at the moment (there are just over 90) and quite a few of them are displaying this behaviour. A couple of examples of different subtitle behaviours are:
Behaviour #1: Dances with Wolves & The Revenant - both have a track that only shows the subtitles for foreign language. I found the track via trial an error testing each English track in the subtitle menu as they did not ‘auto select’ when loading the movie. I found I had to select the track each time I entered the movie to watch as Infuse did not remember my subtitle selection - maybe this can be implemented as an iCloud remembered setting?
Behaviour #2: Angels & Demons and 2012 - both these movies have subtitles but they are for the entire film (even English parts). They are tracks 5,6 & 7 on 2012 - there are no tracks 1-4 and track 4 & 5 for Angels & Demons - there are no tracks 1-3. I am technically ignorant so don’t know if the lack of tracks 1-4 / 1-3 indicates anything? They are complete ISO copies made with a purchased application and I did a full copy rather than selecting the main feature option. (I won’t name the application but they are done on a Mac and are from DVDs and it Rips like a Pro, if you get my drift)
I re-tested the physical dvd’s in my player and they worked fine with no input from me. I also noticed there are many discussions on these issues on discussion boards for the other applications that are similar to Infuse (but nowhere near as good ?) These boards actually discuss Angels & Demons quite a bit.
Let me know if you need more examples- I should be done with my testing in about a week so will then have a large spreadsheet of examples.