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If you want to start it minimized: Open Tools -> Preferences Click on All settings (left bottom) Interface Main Interface Select Qt interface from the Interface Module Drop-down (right side) Now in the left hand page, expand Main Interface Click Qt Check Start VLC with only a system tray icon


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I just ran into this exact same problem and found a fix: Sort the list of recovered files alphabetically If a file ending in .mov is immediately followed by a much smaller file ending in _ftyp.mov, it can likely be fixed; the _ftyp.mov file apparently contains header information To fix the video, combine the two files, placing the header file first. For ...


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Either minimise or run VLC using the command line with the --qt-start-minimized option. (ex:vlc.exe sourceUrlStreamOrFile.mp3 :sout=#file{dst="D:\\targetFile.mp3"} :sout-keep --run-time=65 --stop-time=65--qt-start-minimizedvlc://quit) Then while running, turn off "tools/preference/interface/Systray pop-up" option to prevent any popup from the system tray ...


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I have done some work on the same stuff, 1080p60 is a total pain in the ass its about 3Gbps so you need a sata gen 3 at least to work with a hard drive and that means everything in the chain (processor, hard drive, motherboard) need to conform to the sata 3 standard. Most manufactures will say they support it but really don't. I ended up using RAM a lot ...


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I found out that playing a video in VLC that is being accessed by another program, uTorrent in my case, would cause multiple grey screens throughout the playback. I either closed the program (uTorrent) that was accessing the video or stopped it from using it. I restarted the video and no more grey screens appeared.


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I'm not sure what you mean by looping, but I will tell you how I type transcripts. After trying several different pieces of software, I discovered that Youtube has something built in that works really well for me. The video automatically pauses as you type, and the transcript and the video (or audio file) stay in sync with each other. You can also select ...


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I think, the problem is that Dump raw input means to use the input (including the subtitles) without any change, so the subsdelay--factor doesn't do anything. VLC isn't the right program for this job. You should use a demuxer/muxer to change the subtitle-stream. demux the mkv-file -> you get the subtitle-stream edit the stream with your custom delay remux ...


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You nearly had it. Media Player Classic (MPC-HC) has this option already build in. Right click on the time stamp at the bottom right and choose High precision Other Players like VLC, SMPlayer, Mplayer, KMPlayer don't have this option. Despite the fact that KMPlayer has literally a thousand configuration options But the subtitle workaround works with any ...


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To set the HTTP proxy, you have to go to Tools => Preferences Select "ALL" in the "Show settings" form. Then go to Input/Codecs => Access modules => HTTP(S) Set the required values


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Here are some ways to help you solve no-sound problem with VLC: Unmute Your VLC Player Click the speaker icon (it's at the bottom of your task bar near your clock); Click the "mixer." If your VLC player is running, it will show up in the mixer like below; Unmute VLC and your sound works again. Adjust Audio Settings If it doesn't work after you unmute ...



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