That is, you need to follow this procedure each time you open a video file with subtitles in order to disable subtitles. VLC Media Player lacks an...
When I open an .MKV in VLC that has both full English and forced English subtitles included (as two separate subtitle tracks), setting subtitles to "disabled" turns off ALL subtitles, including the forced ones.
VLC should support forced subtitles. e.g. have for each language an additional entry "forced only" in subtitle selection.
Want to Remove or Disable Subtitles From Videos in Your VLC Media Player then Just Follow the Given Procedures in the Post and
If you play videos in VLC, some video files such as MKV or similar will automatically play subtitle files when the video or movie file starts.
Of course, you can always turn them back on if you want on an individual video basis. Disable Subtitles Head into the VLC preferences, and
You will just have to go to VLC’s Advanced Preferences [Tools > Preferences > All (radio button)], then navigate to Video > Subtitles / OSD and change the Text rendering module option from Automatic to Dummy font renderer. This will disable the annoying font cache building message that pops up and...
VLC media player enables subtitle by default if they're available in the video file. But some time it can be frustrating if some one don't want to watch a movie with subtitles. But don't worry you can easily remove subtitles or disable them.
I have tried the options 'disable subtitle' and with subtitles enabled, but still no joy. I know they are embedded because when I play the movie through VLC the subtitle appears, but I just can't get it to appear using UMS, if anyone has got this to work...
December 5, 2010 By Venkat eswarlu in How to, tips and tricks 38 Comments Tags: building font cache, building font cache in vlc, dialog, disable, vlc player.