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I know this is an old thread--but I just discovered a possible answer. VLC fails to change metadata when the file is named .m4v, yet succeeds when it's .mp4 --at least for me. Try renaming your files.
After long headaches I've figured this out. If you run vlc as a daemon and pass no input file on startup you'll be able to control it with the remote. The command I used is: cvlc -vvv --daemon --extraintf=luahttp --http-password=1234 --network-caching=10000 --audio-desync=1200 --sout ...
I'm assuming you're on windows; why not use the "start" command with a lower than normal priority, eg /LOW. It will still use 100% of the CPU when it can, but only if nothing else wants it.
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