First, apologies if I might break some netiquette or rules, but I'm getting a bit desparate. I've searched for ages, both on here and on Google.
Here's my issue.
I want to stream 3D content that is webbased from my phone (Sony Xperia Z1) to my Chromecast. I don't have a PC at the moment.
Which isn't the problem on it's own.
However, as I'm not a native English speaker, I'd like to have some subtitles. I've already found a nifty app that converts .SRT files to either .SSA or .ASS.
Now, I've tried using a bunch of apps to achieve this, but never with 100% success (more apps than the ones below, buy they all kinda had the same functionality).
- MXplayer accepts SOME 3D streams, and can show the 3D subs. It cannot stream on its own, without sharing to en external app.
- If the abovementioned stream works on MX, and I stream it to LocalCast (or use LocalCast to open the stream directly), I can add the 3D subs (supports only 1 format though), but I get the error that Chromecast can't play the stream, and that LC can't fix it.
- If I use WebVideo Cast (which I would normally use), I can play all streams just fine, but it doesn't support 3D subs.
Does anyone know of an app that supports both casting to Chromecast AND 3D subs?