When we tested playing subtitles as you mentioned, problem did not occur. Please give us more detail about steps to reproduce, your devices, iOS version, app version and where you played files(local or network server).
And your subtitles sample file would help us. If you can, in order to test in the most similar conditions to those where you did, please upload your sample file to ftp://test.newin.co.kr or give us your file link. When we get the sample, we will check the file and try to find out what the problem is. Thank you!
@support thanks a lot! It’s avaliable since the last update.
Now my last problem is that when I’m seaching for a subtitle, it’s searching for the metadata title, instead of the file name, even when I choose to remove the metadata. With that I don’t get any results from translated titles (ie Wonder Woman in portuguese).
The Chromecast's playing principle is, if nPlayer sends a file to the Chromecast, playback is done on the Chromecast. Not all videos and audios available on nPlayer can be played on Chromecast but only those that meet the standard of Chromecast can be. And nPlayer supports all video formats(MKV, AVI, MP4, etc) including H.264 video codec when using Chromecast. Please check the video codec.
What was the nPlayer version you tested? Some Chromecast issue was fixed and applied to v3.8.0. Please do a test it again with nPlayer v3.8.0. Thank you.