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I can create a unicode (big-endian) qtText file and import it as a text
movie with no problem on the Mac side. Shouldn't I be able to do this
same unicode import on the Windows side?
The QT Player application appears to be non-unicode under Windows.
On Windows (XP), the workaround is very ugly, requiring a transformation
into some unspecified (you have to guess which one) local character
encoding (for example, for Japanese SJIS seems to work), and then select
(for example) Japanese as the default **non-unicode** application
language (on the Regional and Language Options control panel), and then
reboot the machine. This means I can't create multiple text tracks in
multiple languages on the Windows side.
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