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Marcelo

Show more than 8 subtitles

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I'm watching a movie (mkv) that has 10 built-in 
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, but webOs only shows 8 options and the one I want to select is the ninth option. My TV is LG 55 OLED B6. Is there a way to make this selection?
 

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On 2/28/2019 at 1:55 PM, Marcelo said:
I'm watching a movie (mkv) that has 10 built-in 
link hidden, please login to view
, but webOs only shows 8 options and the one I want to select is the ninth option. My TV is LG 55 OLED B6. Is there a way to make this selection?

 

The same goes for me. But my .mkv has 19 embedded languages. Why is it set to max 8. Thats ridiculous. Is there any way to show more tthan 8? My model is 55sj8000.

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