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Old 14 Dec 2011, 03:43 PM   #1
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Default fonts in greek

I have just tried to use subtitle for the first time. I am able to open the video but the Greek fonts (which are shown as Greek fonts in the editing window) automatically turn to strange characters when they are embedded on the video or on the subtitle window (on the top LHS of the screen). I have tried to also import from a UTF8 file but I encounted the same problem. Any suggestions? thanks
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