I was not able with the help of Google to solve my problem yet. I have a reference from a Russian journal. That's why I entered the authors and journal title in cyrillic letters in JabRef. Now I run into problems when compiling the document with TeXStudio.

Does someone of you have experience with that?

My current encoding in JabRef is Cp1252 and after a lot of experimentation I stopped with the following packages:

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    You should at least use UTF-8 as encoding in JabRef. However a minimal example, including the bib entry is necessary. – egreg Jan 3 '15 at 11:28
  • When I type in Cyrillic chars I just load \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T2A,OT1]{fontenc} and then I can change my keyboard layout and type directly in Cyrillic. – Sigur Jan 3 '15 at 13:46

I think you need a) to use UTF-8 in your .bib file, b) use UTF-8 in latex, and c) use bibtex8 or biblatex (with biber) which can handle UTF-8 encoded .bib files (as bibtex CANNOT handle utf-8 encoded .bib files).

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