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Re: foo_youtube

Reply #1475
- for tracks not available, crossfading fails when jumping to next available track giving a 'hard' handover to next playable track. As this is probably difficult to cure, a tool for indentifying/removing unplayable tracks would be great
Is there any approach for a further improvement of crossfading behaviour with yt tracks? It works well when there are no 'special effects' occuring in playing the tracks of a playlist containing yt tracks. However, cross-fading fails when
- next track can not be played and foobar jumps to the track after next track. To me it looks like pre-loading of the following track for cross-fading is aborted when the next available track can not be played. Is it possible to enable further preloading attempts after first track pre-loading failed?
- manual track change ('next') -> here maybe a 'delayed next' function could help, which changes to next track after a defined timeframe, e.g. after 25s, to enable proper pre-loading for cross-fading. Is something like that available?

Probably not directly related to foo_youtube, but as a starting point... Please give me you hints if I should use another thread.

Re: foo_youtube

Reply #1476
Is it possible to display subtitles to videos played from local hard drive? Either embedded (in vob or m2ts) or external (srt, txt - for avi and other file extensions)? It works with videos played from the web (youtube) but I can't manage to do it with local files.

Re: foo_youtube

Reply #1477
wojak,try these settings:
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subtitles will be displayed in how are the lyrics in foo_uie_lyrics3 0.5
Although I don't like this method :(
YouTube Music

Re: foo_youtube

Reply #1478
wojak,try these settings:
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subtitles will be displayed in how are the lyrics in foo_uie_lyrics3 0.5
Although I don't like this method :(

Thanks, I used it but it is not any good. I assume it would be good for song lyrics but you can't watch movies with it.