Even for computer you need to download the Media Player Classic - Home Cinema.
(if you haven't MPC, or your MPC is old, then some styles such as movement will not work)
My player doesn't have subtitles' support for videos, only .lrc for music.
And, if some players have this feature, they can support only "clear" .srt, without any tags which are making styles.
But, thanks to the viDrop, you can convert your film with file which contains stylish subtitles,
and they will become "embedded"; that mean you have one single video file,
but still can see these subtitles, which can't be deleted from this converted film.
So, there's no question about how many features your player have,
because only one feature - the ability to play videos - is needed.
That's awesome !
Thanks to those simple tags,
you can learn some new languages with a lot of pleasure !