Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964

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Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964

Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964
TV-rip | 693 MB | 1:25:08 | DivX, 1000 Kb/s | 640x480 | 25fps
Language: Czech | Subtitles: Serbian (embedded) | Optional Subtitles:English

An early Milos Forman movie of a few days in the life of a Czechoslovak teenager when he starts work.



Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964


Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964


Petr is 17 years old and starts work. Incredibly (for Czechoslovakia in 1963) this is as a security worker against shoplifting in a busy self-service shop. His boss gives him pretty basic instructions, and Petr is pretty unsuccessful at work. He doesn't do much better at the dancehall either, and at home his bombastic father lectures him about how useless he is. /Imdb user/

Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964


Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964


Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964


Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964




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Instruction how to cover embedded subtitles with the secondary ones, so they don't mix:

1. Use MV2 Player ( sorry I don't know how to do it in VLC ), freeware, from http://mv2.czweb.org/
2. Play the film. Separate subs will be automatically attached to the video, if the filename is the same.
3. Right-click somewhere on the player or screen and choose OPTIONS.
4. On the left-pane, choose SUBTITLES. You'll see options for Subtitles 1 (bottom) and Subtitles 2 (top)
5. In Subtitles 1, click on the "+" to expand options for "USE GDI".
6. This is where you can choose how the black bar behind the subtitles appears. By default it is on "FULL TRANSPARENT" but you can change to "FULL WIDTH BAR" to completely cover the embedded subs:
Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964

or you can choose "TEXT ONLY BAR" which will make the background arround your subs.
Milos Forman - Cerny Petr (Black Peter) 1964

7. A useful thing in MV2 Player is, that you can move your subtitles up and down the screen, by "catching" them on the left edge with left-mouse click while holding the button, and then dragging them up or down to a desired place.

Snapshots for this instruction can be downloaded here (482 Kb).