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Just in case someone had the same problem, you need to have an elementary stream. Furthermore the ending should be ".264" without h. For more details: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27090114/what-does-elementary-stream-mean-in-terms-of-h264


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Your CPU and/or GPU are not fast enough to decode the video at that resolution and/or frame rate. There is a check box for GPU acceleration you can check in VLC and that might help. Also if your video is h264/h265 encoded at 1080p GPU acceleration is required.


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Graphics are extremely calculation intensive. Often these calculations are farmed out to special functions on graphics cards - which is why some graphics cards cost more then PC's and are used by high end gamers. The simplified bottom line though is that the number of calculations at 1920x1080 is more then 4 times the calculations at 1280 x 720 (depending ...


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This is a bit late, but if others have this issue, try this: Preferences -> Show All -> Interface -> macosx -> Keep Recent Items <- Un-check this box


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The very same problem occurred to me as well, I tried to update my drivers, re-install vlc and all the help I could find over the internet but none solved my problem. So, Finally I tried to De-fragment the disk where the video resided and VOILA , it worked!! all videos now work fine.... My problem was that I couldn't play all formats with vlc and the ones I ...


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I'm pretty sure it should be udp://@:1234 But it is also possible that VLC is interpreting the @ as listening on an IPv6 port instead of IPv4, in which case this page suggests that using udp://@0.0.0.0:1234 may get it to listen on an IPv4 port.


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Is it possible with vlc to remove the two existing subtitle tracks (leaving video and audio track unchanged) and render the srt-subtitles directly into the video (i.e. not adding a sub track)? I would like to answer this as a two question. 1) extracting the subtitles with VLC 2) Render subtitles to video with VLC For the first question, AFAIK, ...


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You should be able to see the full list of available hotkey options by running: $ cvlc --help On my machine, I get a section like this: Hot keys --global-key-toggle-fullscreen <string> Fullscreen --key-toggle-fullscreen <string> Fullscreen ...


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You can add playlists to VLC Media Player's Media Library. Drag and drop playlists into the Media Library like this:


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I had the same problem. I saw the solution on another site and it worked for me. The 1080p file actually played fine in windows media player, so I knew it wasn't my computer. The solution is to change the file cache to a larger value, say 2000, in vlc player. You can find the setting in tools/preferences with "all" checked in show settings. Then go to ...


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Someone has already found that Swann uses a proprietary protocol on port 9000: How do I find the video stream URL of my security DVR by myself? That said, the folks over at iSpy seem to have an extensive list of alternate places you might be able to find the stream in a normal format: http://www.ispyconnect.com/man.aspx?n=Swann


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You can disable the the VLC(or any) plugin from the Addons Manager in Firefox. You need to restart firefox to effect the changes.


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While the first answer may work fine for linux, I could not actually get the logging to work correctly on Windows via the command line, so here is what I did: METHOD 1 I was able to use VLC's internal logging window to see it: Open VLC, go to Tools -> Messages Set Verbosity to 2 (Debug) Then do your conversion, and everything will be logged in the ...


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This feature is available in the latest VLC player. Please the image below where right clicking the vlc media player asks to add it in player list. vlc version for the image 2.1.5


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Not the perfect solution but it works: In VLC 2.1 set the video output to Direct2D


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The Windows Media Player Plus! plug-in adds 'restore last played' functionality to WMP.


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Just got the same problem recently and found the solution from VLC forum. Look like there is a bug in "demux=any" setting (in vlc\vlcrc file), after remark it and restart VLC, folder work correctly.


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Here is another VLC Player extension to display the total playlist duration: github: bentrevor/vlc-extension. Once installed, on OS X, it works/looks like this:


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The below works for me, although taskkill no longer seems to work as it did previously. The CMD window says the kill command was successfully sent, but VLC doesn't close. ´╗┐´╗┐echo rem choice /c YN /n /d Y /t 120 taskkill /im vlc.exe ping localhost -n 10 > nul start /max "" "C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe" --loop -vvv myplaylist.pls



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