0.86+ or other compatible Subtitle Consumer installed on your computer.
In order to use these software tools on your computer, you need to make sure there are no other versions of VSFilter previously installed.
xy-VSFilter and XySubFilter are considered more efficient than the official VSFilter, first of all because they are a lot faster.
The official VSFilter used to render subtitles in RGB, so it had to convert YUV to RGB when playing YUV streams.
Changes in these filters are: support for Yasm 1.3.0, query the EVR Presenter for ISubRenderConsumer (Pull Request #10) and update Boost & UnRAR Libraries (Pull Request #12). And bug fixes: Fix override tag argument splitting (Pull Request #11); Add ISubRenderFrame to NonDelegatingQueryInterface; Certain PGS subtitles display an opaque background instead of transparent; Avoid loading .sub as MicroDVD text when VOBSUB .idx present; Revert Insane Border Support (temporary crash fix).
Moreover, these two filters are very compact while still managing to offer so many features. They are constantly updated and by using xy-VSFilter and XySubFilter, you know you have full support for playback and subtitle rendering, no matter what multimedia format you work with.
- If you have another version of VSFilter currently installed, merely replacing the VSFilter.dll file will NOT work correctly. Check their Troubleshooting Q&A for more details here
xy-VSFilter provides support only for the subtitle scripts supported by Official VSFilter 2.39 builds, while XySubFilter ensures high quality subtitle rendering on condition that you have