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I think KMplayer is work but it's work for KDE but not for GNOME

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migrated from May 3 '11 at 12:36

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If KMplayer works, I would try SMPlayer. It works with GNOME because that's what I have. [Also works on XFCE]

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Merge the two subtitle files. I have never seen a player that can display both. (And anyway, it's faster to merge a thousand file than having to install a new player, and load both files every time.)

(Sorry if this won't qualify as an answer, but I still think, this is the solution.)

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