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How to make VLC play a VLM configuration file (.vlm) in "With no interface mode" on Windows?

So I have a VLM configuration file that should stream audio from mic to localhost so no VLC user interface is needed. If I say to Windows "play VLM file with VLC" it plays correctly, starts the server where I need and streams data. But how to do such a thing manually from the command line (so we suppose we can call vlc.exe by VLC and we are now in folder with the vlc.exe and vlcConfig.vlm files)?

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try this :

vlc.exe --vlm-conf=vlcConfig.vlm -I dummy
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