Right now, if I find a video I really like on youtube with subpar volume, I have to download it and play it via VLC. Kind of ruins the playlist experience. Are there plugins or extensions that will do the same thing, ie increase the level of the audio output?
How do I use a Vortexbox to rip DVD's including menus & chapters so that I can play them back using e.g. VLC and get the same experience as if I still had the DVD? [more inside]
I have three video files that I would like to play sequentially, stopping in between each. The trigger for playing the next video should be a button that when pressed, emulates a spacebar press (I have this button already). I'm trying to do this with VLC player on a Mac. [more inside]
I'd like a Win7x64-compatible tool that can dump the structure of a DVD: like, a list of the disc's titles/chapters with their durations, each title's native resolution/display aspect radio, details on the audio tracks each title has, etc. If it can report on details like the menu/program hierarchy—what titles/other menus are accessible through each menu, which titles are set for mandatory playback—and where playback goes next when a specific title ends, so much the better, but that's not required. [more inside]
I'm looking into the concept of building a machine specifically for screening subtitles in a movie theater. [more inside]
How do I pull clips out of a DVD and export them as mp4s? [more inside]
Help me make the finicky mac minis play well with VLC [more inside]
What happened to my VLC media player? Suddenly all screwed up. [more inside]
VLC scripting help! I'd like to take the incoming video from a camera and split it into two feeds, where the first leg is broadcast over the LAN and the second leg is chroma keyed, then broadcast over the internet. I can't seem to figure out how to capture leg2, though. [more inside]
I want to automate a VLC stream/encode of an internet radio station. Help? [more inside]
Can I keep two instances of VLC (on separate computers) playing the same video (stored locally on both) in sync, by controlling just one of them? [more inside]
I need advice for playing Blu-Ray discs on a Mac (or on Win XP). [more inside]
What's the best method to convert a Sony Handycam .mpg to something that will play on an old Mac OS 10.4? [more inside]
I'm stage managing a show using video projections, and we're using VLC Media Player to screen the video clips. I'm looking for a particular kind of display mode people say SHOULD exist, but I can't find how to do it. Help. [more inside]
Help me find an inexpensive laptop for my DJ/VJ gigs. [more inside]
What has happened to VLC on my MacBook Pro? [more inside]
Why aren't my video thumbnails showing? [more inside]
How can I universally raise the volume of my Macbook Pro? My maximum volume frequently isn't loud enough. [more inside]
I'd like to be able to easily extract clips from movies using VLC, or equivalent. Is there anyway to do this easily? It seems like it should be possible for me to cue up a text fils with time stamps I want extracted and VLC will spit it out for me. Any ideas on how to accomplish this? [more inside]
Help me play YouTube and Hulu videos on my PowerBook. [more inside]
My iBook is locked into playing Region 1 DVDs, but will consent to play Arnaud Desplechin's "Un Conte de Noël" (Region 2) with VLC -- but no other Region 2 DVDs! Qu'est-ce qui se passe? [more inside]
I am setting up a computer for an art gallery show, and I want to configure VLC to automatically launch and play a DVD in full screen mode when the computer boots. Can anyone recommend the best way to do this on a Windows XP system? Being able to disable the on screen transport controls would also be a plus.
I'm trying to use VLC media player 1.0.3 (XP) to capture, and save to file, 34 streaming audio tracks that are linked via a single .asx playlist. (The "play all tracks" link on this page.) I've been able to capture and save individual tracks from their individually-listed links, but I'd prefer not to go through that 34 times. [more inside]
Firefox 3.5.5 + VLC 1.0.3 + Embedded .MOV + Windows 7= $#@%!!! [more inside]
I have a substantial amount of anime that I'd like to watch, but a less-than-perfect system for doing it. Pretty much all of it is in .mkv files (h.264 video and AAC audio) with subtitles, and I'd like to transcode them to a format that's playable on either my iPhone or my PS3 with subtitles intact. I've tried both handbrake and VLC, and I either get 1) no subtitles in handbrake or 2) encoder errors in VLC. So, hive mind, what am I doing wrong here?
What is the cheapest remote control option for our pcs? [more inside]
Where can I find a plugin for VLC to play RV40? [more inside]
I'm looking for a way to pause/unpause VLC using the middle mouse button even if VLC doesn't have focus. Any ideas? [more inside]
What are the minimum specs for a PC to play HD video files smoothly? [more inside]
How can I get DVDs to play smoothly on my computer? Whether from a disc or an ISO file on the hard drive I cannot get a DVD to play without it skipping on my computer. [more inside]
I'd like to legally automate the conversion of quicktime .mov files videos to .flv, providing a drop box service, preferably under linux, but I'm getting tripped up on the first and last parts [more inside]
What's the best video card to get for xvid/divx and h.264 decoding? [more inside]
how do I tell a browser in osx which plugin should handle a certain file type? [more inside]
Is there a way to stream video to my Wii from my Mac using VLC? I am currently running Orb from the virtual windows machine on the mac I access via vmware fusion, but I am not too impressed with the video quality.
Is there a streaming audio player (i.e., internet radio) that will play AAC streams under OS X, and isn't VLC? [more inside]
Naming Filter: Hive mind, please help us name our open source OS X media center application! [more inside]
In Windows Vista, is there a combination of software and settings that will let my Dad play all the media files he wants without further difficulty? I want to set up my Dad's new computer, which runs Vista Home Premium, so that it runs media embedded in web pages, runs standalone files too, and doesn't break Vista's Aero interface. He's not a computer expert, so I want media of all common types to Just WorkTM. [more inside]
What video/media player do you use in OS X? Can you recommend one that has some specific features (listed inside)? [more inside]
Automatic screenshots from a DVD? I know how to take individual screengrabs from a a movie with VLC or Media Player Classic -- but I'd like to get a whole bunch at once. Is there windows software that will let me set an interval and extract a series of screenshots automatically?
How can I stitch some video files together? [more inside]
I want to watch youtube MOBILE on my computer (m.youtube.com) but can't quite get it. Firefox and VLC gets me close, but not easily and sadly without sound. Would I better off with some smartphone emulator? [more inside]
Why won't my mp3s and videos play on my computer...at all? [more inside]
What media players have decent keyboard shortcuts, don't mess up wmv files when fast-forwarding, and can be set as transparent? [more inside]
VLC Player Filter - I would like to know if there is a command line that I can put in my VLC player shortcut to autoplay dvds without menus. [more inside]
Is there a set-top box that performs the opposite of a Slingbox? [more inside]
How can repair my video codecs? Out of nowhere, I cannot see any video in my AVI files but I can hear the audio just fine. Windows Media Player 11 simply does not load when I click to open an AVI. It is fully installed and everything but when I try to click on an AVI to open it -- nothing happens. [more inside]
Is there a Mac DVD player that will allow me to increase the playback speed while not causing the actors to sound like Karen Walker from "Will and Grace" or the resident munchkins from Oz? [more inside]
I'm looking for a plugin for VLC (or, an alternate media player) that is capable of handling incomplete video files downloaded from a Bittorrent network. [more inside]
ran os x (10.3.9) software update last night, now vlc opens movies, then crashes immediately. what's up with that?
Hi, Netflix DVDs in my wife's Toshiba Satellite skips considerably more than my macbook. She has a "tssp" dvd drive and I've got a Matsushita. Is it possible to configure VLC with some sort of monster video buffer so it will skip less? I'm familiar with other disk buffing/cleaning solutions, and am primarily curious about a software solution--VLC, mplayer, or anything else--to use in addition to cleaning the dvd. We've got to get through the rest of Monk, season four without going insane.
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