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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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The video mode performance is probably related to the bottlenecks of your system. For example, OpenGL typically runs on your GPU, if your GPU is fully utilized while playing Assassin's Creed IV then you might get better VLC performance from using CPU rendering. On the other hand, if your CPU is completely pegged while gaming you might actually get better ...


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If you are only interested in playing media files (video/music/pictures) through your TV, there are a few ways of doing this: USB Hard Drive You can copy/move your media files to a USB hard drive, and plug the USB HDD into your TV. It should simply appear under your TV's 'Input' or 'Source' menus. All you have to do is browse to the file you want to play, ...


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What you describe is only offered by Miracast. Miracast allows you to mirror or extend the screen, just like using a HDMI cable would. DLNA and Chromecast do not offer what you are asking for, and they are described in detail by other answers. The huge disadvantage of Miracast is that it requires hardware support. It's supported by probably all Windows ...


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If you're only interested in media you can set-up a media server on your PC. Then you could use your smart TV's browser to play media or an application. A software that does that is Serviio. Your TV may support DLNA which gives you even more options. You can use Samsung's software called Samsung Link.


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You have a number of options for doing this, but I think the cheapest may be to use a $35 Chromecast. According to this site full desktop sharing is a beta feature of Chromecast: How to setup desktop screen sharing to Chromecast? The setup of desktop screen sharing is very simple and straightforward. You do not need any additional software or ...


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It could be related to the .srt file not being Unicode as superuser (Manos) or it could be a Region and Language Setting issue in Windows. Go to [Administrative] Tab > Change System Locale > "Choose wanted language" Done!


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FLV is a popular format which is widely used for sharing videos online. However, it is not compatible with Windows Media Player, Windows Movie Maker, PS3, Xbox 360, BlackBerry, Adobe Premier, etc. If you intent to enjoy the downloaded FLV video and movie on the above mentioned players or devices, you'd better to convert them to AVI and other popular formats. ...


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VLC doesn't have a 'Save As...' style function to save the currently playing video, sorry. What it CAN do however is... a little different: Record the currently playing video Just like tape recorders of old, VLC offers functionality to 'record' whatever is currently playing to disk. You have to enable Advanced Controls first. Go to View -> Advanced ...


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In conjunction with cathalog's answer, in Terminal you could create an executable using his same command. Open Terminal, type in cd Desktop so the executable is saved to the Desktop, then type nano "VLC" or name or whatever you want, then you'll have a window to enter the command from cathalog's answer, being: open /Applications/VLC.app/ --args ...


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First of all, you'll need to find the subtitles online at Opensubtitles or Subscene (you have other options, but I've had the best luck with these two) by searching for the movie's name and the language I'd like. When you find suitable subtitles(Make sure your MP4 video and subtitles names are the same.) and now get Brorsoft Video Converter to add ...


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I had a similar problem; I wanted have a 3-wide array of 1080p displays. My solution was to invent a custom resolution for the host computer, in this case 5760x1080. I then installed screen splitting software; I think it was SplitView. One annoying thing about using such a large display with VLC is that the frame rate dropped and I abandoned it.


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ffmpeg should be able to read from URLs as well. Just specify the offset in seconds or HH:MM:SS.msec format for the -ss option: ffmpeg -i http://example.com/video.mp4 -ss 5 -frames:v 1 thumbnail.png This works with other HTML5 containers as well. If you're on a Linux distro, make sure that you don't install ffmpeg via apt-get install ffmpeg, but compile ...


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You can open an app with arguments using a Terminal window. Use the command open /Applications/<NameOfApp.app> --args <your arguments here>. So, to start VLC player with the arguments you provided above, run this command: open /Applications/VLC.app/ --args --rtsp-timeout=99999 --sout-ffmpeg-strict=-2 --extraintf http --http-port=8081 (Note ...


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So my question is, what font does notepad++ use to display the Arabic character set Arabic (Windows-1256)? It might be that Notepad++ is converting Windows-1256 to UTF-8 on the fly within it’s code for display purposes. The big clue to me is when you say this: I found a font setting that said it the font was Courier New… Courier New should be a ...


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Maybe use Invoke-Expression Runs commands or expressions on the local computer.



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