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Fat City
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join:2003-03-10
Freedonia
reply to Babar

Re: VLC 2.0 Final released

said by Babar:

Unfortunately, I have audio issues with 2.0 ...

I'm getting popping sounds during play. Same for you?

My preferred app is GOM Player, but I thought I'd give this new version of VLC a go. I like GOM's interface better.

jfmezei
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join:2007-01-03
Pointe-Claire, QC
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On a Mac, Snow Leopard, the "Media Information" adopted the ridiculous dark and transparent background.


Babar
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join:2001-05-09
Washington

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reply to Fat City

said by Fat City:

I'm getting popping sounds during play. Same for you?

I had audio stuttering, similar to this guy: »forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php···&t=98224

I use Gom player about half the time as well. VLC 1.1.11 works just fine.
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lordpuffer
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Rio Rancho, NM
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For everyone, don't forget to also look at mediamonkey at »www.mediamonkey.com/ for most audio functions.

It's free and works well.
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beerbum
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Reading, PA
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reply to Babar

said by Babar:

said by Fat City:

I'm getting popping sounds during play. Same for you?

I had audio stuttering, similar to this guy: »forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php···&t=98224

I use Gom player about half the time as well. VLC 1.1.11 works just fine.

good I'm not the only one.. music play cuts out every 4-5 seconds then comes back.. Thought at first something with my network was boogered since all my media is on NAS but even if the files were local the stuttering continues.. went back to 1.11 for now, just don't feel like messing with settings right now, severe case of lazyitis.. Pretty sure my PC is powerful enough..

Jurjen

join:2010-08-18
Montreal, QC
reply to lordpuffer

said by lordpuffer:

For everyone, don't forget to also look at mediamonkey at »www.mediamonkey.com/ for most audio functions.

It's free and works well.

I gave it a try some time ago. Tried the BPM detect, but because that screwed up several mp3 files in my collection, it was irreversibly kicked out.