Scandinavian dvd's often have subtitles 'forced', meaning that you can not watch them without showing subtitles in some language.
Forced probably means burned into the video on the DVD. Separate track means the subtitles are just like any other subtitle track on the disc.
Only subtitles marked as “forced” will be used, taking the preferred subtitle languages into
I don't mean manually setting it up, but your box always loads the menus first and they program which subtitle track - if any - is to be activated and whether or not only forced lines are to be displayed.
Did you encode the subtitles to dvdsub? And the title you set is for forced subtitles, do you actually mean you cannot get forced subtitles work in Plex?
What is forced subtitle? Subtitles are textual versions of the dialog in films and television programs, usually displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Especially in fansubs, the subtitle translator may translate both form and meaning.
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Currently if a MKV video with an embedded subtitle having the forced flag is played, MPC will ignore the meaning of the forced flag. It should check on "Enable" and select the forced subtitle if present...
Soft Subtitles: This means the subtitles will appear as separate selectable tracks in your output file.