Thank you for your reply post.
If it only support 1 subtitle, either if the subtitle is Simplify Chinese or Traditional Chinese.
Will is displayed either one without any problem ?
The reasons for this question is because I’m using VLC to play media files in my imac running Leopard.
I do able to switch between different subtitle like English or Dutch Spanish without any problem. But not for switching simplify to Traditional Chinese.
If my preference setting for the subtitle is Traditional Chinese, if my subtitle files is Simplify Chinese it will show with scramble symbols. Only SRT files with Traditional Chinese it will show normally.
How do I know that if the files over over 720P?
because I can only know that if the movie files is about 5GB they are 720p. However if they are 12Gb it is 1080p.
Is there any other way for me to know that the resolutions ?
Do you know what sort of software that is available [ freeware or fees] that enable me to convert my bluray Rip Movies 60GB in size to 720p?
Topic 4 [New question]
I’m currently using Boxee and XBMC to play my media files.
However these player does not support chinese subtitle.
So I have to do a little tricks on the font setting. That is to grab the traditional front from the apple software database and overwrite the Arial font inside the Boxee and XBMC.
So my Boxee is able to display Traditional Chinese and my XBMC is able to display Simplify Chinese.
Hence if my media files has simplify Chinese I will use XBMC to play and if my SRT files is Traditional chinese I will use BOXEE to play.
Now, my questions is:
I can change the setting for the subtitle font in the boxee and XBMC as well with ATV flash?
Topic 5 [New question]
I saw the introduction of the ATV flash, it is say Nitro TV is use to play media files.
It is a better media player compare to Boxee or XBMC ?
Thanks again for your clarification and help.