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This Post has some time, but, has i found this question in my research and did not found the answer obvious, for some people that find this thread please take a look at: http://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/15-features-of-vlc-player-that-you-probably-dont-know-about/ In this you can find a entry with: Adding Logo I think it will solve some problems.


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Actually, by default it steps volume down by 5% with a value of 12.8. Changing this to 6.4 steps it down by 2.5% and changing it to 3.2 steps it by 1.25%. So to get it to step volume by 1% you should change the step number to 2.56. Just tested it and I get the gratifying granularity of 1% increments.


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Open the mkv in mkvmerge, check if it has attachments and if it does, remove them, mux and try converting again. Attachments is the only thing I have encountered that cause an mkv to display as "motion jpeg" in Xmedia recode.


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Had the same problem. In the "Adjustments and Effects" dialog, the first tab (Audio Effects) should have the checkbox "Write changes to config" which is intended to save any Settings to the config-file. Toggle the "Write changes to config" setting before turning off all the filters. Quit VLC and it should should save the changes to the Config file. ...


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Reset VLC defaults. Start Menu > Programs > VLC > Reset VLC media player preferences and cache files


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So put the file in ~/.local/share/vlc/lua/extensions. I call it DeleteFile.lua. When you start VLC you get a new menu item: View > Detetefile. It is this last step I was missing.


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Although I have been unable to find a direct solution to the problem when streaming, I have found a workaround that fixes the issue on streamed videos that have the problem. To resolve the issue, use VLC Media Player to stream the video to an MP4 file. When starting the stream, make sure that on the Transcoding Options page, you click the wrench and check ...


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Your idea for making video playback smoother by means of what you call linear interpolation is simply a blend method of frame rate conversion (or Blend FRC). MediaPlayer.NET (MPDN) employs this technique and calls it "Fluid Motion". madVR calls it "Smooth Motion". This method of FRC is the most basic of what SVP uses. However, both MPDN and madVR have the ...


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MP4 is a container. The audio may be encoded with different codecs. Make sure you choose one that is supported. When you choose to stream with VLC, there are different profiles you can use. Try with different audio codecs and keep in mind that quality depends on codec type (lossy/lossless) and settings (bitrate etc.)


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I have always had this issue but now there is a very efficient ONVIF utilty called ONVIF device manager (http://idevicedesign.com/reference-designs) Which is free, open source, and quickly scans your network for rtsp/onvif streams and shows you the exact URL you need to use.



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