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multilangual subtitles respectively more than one srt-file!?

Hi,
I am very new to a samsung high tech tv (a LE32C650) and I am still trying the possibilities of my new toy Happy

Up to now I used a dvd-divx-player with english movies and an english and a german srt-file: movie.avi - movie.en.srt - movie.de.srt

So with my dvd player I could switch to the several srt-files like subtitles on a DVD.

Now I have these files on my usb stick and try this on my new Samsung. The subtitles are not shown.

OK, tried it with movie.avi and movie.srt: it worked. But with this solution I can only use one language file at once (without disconnect and rename manually). Most times english subs are more than enough for me but sometimes there a phrases I have to switch to german for a short time.
Is there any solution to use several movie.LANG1.srt, movie.LANG2.srt, movie.LANG3.srt instead of only one movie.srt?

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multilangual subtitles respectively more than one srt-file!?

Thanks for the answer.

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