I am burning some movies from DVD that I want to display on my Samsung TV that uses a USB port. I can do all the basics - including MP4 (does not want to seem to work with MKV files?) - and have multiple different audio tracks (English, French for example).
I have one standard track added to all my movies : Foreign Audio Scan - Forced - Burn In
This allows me to have any sub-titles for foreign languages in the films I burn. This part works well.
However, when I try to add another sub-title track - it says it is burned in file - and I can turn that one on/off when I play the movie in something like VLC Media Player. In fact it works well.
But when I try to have it play on my SamSung smart TV - it does not work at all. I have made sure that the Subtitles are turned on - on the TV.
Has anyone else run into this? Is there a particular setting I need to use in my burn to have the Samsung TV allow the use of Subtitles? OR is it the burning to a MP4 format that is causing me issues? Any thoughts would be appreciated!
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