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Open VLC Tools->Preferences->Audio->Output->Output Module Select a different output module, then Save Repeat until the problem goes away.


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In my Windows 7 the associated commands (in the rigistry) are: play... "C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe" --started-from-file --no-playlist-enqueue "%1" add to... "C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe" --started-from-file --playlist-enqueue "%1" I find VideoLAN's Wiki to be rather enigmatic when it comes to the difference between the ...


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Some recent VLC versions are known to have various decoding problems with certain formats. Try using an older version and it should function correctly. Just a few months back I had to roll-back from the updated version because it was causing similar issues. It's best to keep some older versions at hand, just in case.


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I don't feel good about the apt-get upgrade which most of the answers are suggesting. This is mainly because of two reasons. A. When it is not needed to upgrade all the packages, why would you do it. B. Not all upgraded packages work as efficiently as the one already installed. I would suggest to use the terminal and use: sudo apt-get install vlc Now ...


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Hope this helps you. Run this within the "flash tv series folder" root folder Just MK4's forfiles /s /m *.mk4 /c "cmd /c move @path %CD%" Everything Except for Directories... forfiles /s /m * /c "cmd /c if @isdir==FALSE move @path %CD%"


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Easy way to play .smi format subtitles is to convert it to .srt file. Use subtitleEdit software. Open the software, then file> open> (choose the smi file). Then file> save as> rename it as .srt file and save it. Your .smi file is converted to .srt file. Now you can play it easily.


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SV4's are basically only used in CCTV/security systems, and they (the security system manufacturer) usually provide a player. Unless you have a compatible CODEC for that format, you're not going to be able to play them with 'standard' video players. There are converters out there to convert SV4 files into standard formats, like AVI. Here's one: The ...


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VLC does not work well with big buffers. I would suggest lowering the buffer. Too low values won't work either. In addition, you are using an NVIDIA card and although NVIDIA is really good at 3D, it's not that good for 2D. The CPU you have should be sufficient alone though, so disabling hardware acceleration might fix it.


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Use KODI to send the signal directly (pass-through) to your receiver. Make sure your audio device has the "allow exclusive" checkbox checked. Use the appropriate Surround program on your receiver to "upmix" to 5.1. Other players and drivers may also support pass-through (e.g. K-Lite Codec Pack), but I haven't tried recently.


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As far as I know, there is no way to do it officially through the settings (checked in VLC 2.2.3). There are a few alternative solutions, downside is none of them are perfect: 1 – Switch the "Continue playback" option to "Ask" Problem with this is if you miss the notification to 'Continue' where you left off, then you'll have to manually search for where ...


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Haven't found a solution like what you're looking for, but this vlc add-on designed to skip radio ads might be a good place to start. It may be easily editable to fit your needs (especially if you have experience with basic programming.) Good Luck!


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I want to add an easy solution for the case If the sync gets worse (gets more and more ahead or behind) as the playback progresses then you have a timing issue. Play the movie and seek to final minutes of the film(Helps in reducing the error) Hear a dialog currently saying and press pause and note the time(This is the desired time) Open the subtitle in a ...


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There are to ways how you can fix it. 1. Using command line Open cmd.exe and go to VLC path (it is usually in C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC). Now run following command: vlc --video-wallpaper --align=2 --qt-start-minimized http://iphone-streaming.ustream.tv/uhls/17074538/streams/live/iphone/playlist.m3u8 This will start your stream in wallpaper ...



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