I just bought this Toshiba 48L5435DG Smart TV: an enjoyable midrange TV at a fair price supporting DLNA (http://www.toshiba.eu/television/consum ... 48l5435dg/).
Since I also own a Synology DS212j, I installed the Serviio package for Synology NAS following these instructions: http://pcloadletter.co.uk/2012/01/25/se ... o-package/.
After starting Serviio on my Synology, I successfully used the Serviio-console package (Mac version) to connect and configure it and I:
1) enabled subtitles
2) manually switched the renderer profile for my TV (it doesn't seem to get properly auto detected) to "Toshiba REGZA 2012-"
3) put some folders containing MKV + SRT files (same name) into my media library
After that, I started browsing the media library from my TV and noticed something weird: all the MKV files are correctly browsable but, at the bottom of the file browser, there are all the SRT files and they all appear having the same name: "SUBTITLES.SRT" .
If I play one of the MKV, it plays flawlessly without subtitles. When I press the "Subtitles" button on my remote control, it lets me pick one of the "SUBTITLES.SRT" file stated above and then the selected subtitles start displaying with no issues!
Of course, it's almost impossible to "guess" which is the right SRT to pick (since they all have the same name) and I wouldn't like to end up trying 10-15 files each time I want to watch something
Is there any way to address that issue?
I can provide any log you need, just need some directions in order to retrieve them from the Synology NAS: I looked into /volume2/@appstore/Serviio/log/serviio.log on my NAS but nothing actually helped me there.
Thank you in advance for your support!