The rendering of subtitles when watching a video

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Hello, habradi! I have noticed that the resolution of the subtitles depends on the resolution of the video itself. Example:

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It is clearly visible that the text is quite blurred because the video resolution is low. If you watch the film in Full HD, and the subtitles are much clearer. So, my question is: is it possible in some way to draw subtitles in the notoriously high resolution regardless of the resolution viewed the video?
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use normal players: MediaPlayerClassic(MPC), KMPlayer, DaumPotPlayer, VLC, SMPlayer, SPlayer — choose to taste. the most tricked — 2,3,4; the most convenient and 2.3. well, if you really want to use wmp then Google how to tie vobsub
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Watch movies in for example Media Player Classic — HC, it has the setting texture resolution for rendering subs.
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Try the GOM player.
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there is still from subs depends, not only player
A standard format for the blur disks — for some reason the bitmap... Not that they were impossible to watch, just the vector in any case is absolutely clear.
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