I am using VLC to show vedio worship backgrounds with ZionWorx. I have a problem with VLC shutting down when I load more than five backgrounds. So I changed the settings in the vedio out modules to Windows GDI vedio output, and ever since I did that I cannot get VLC to extend to the projector. I switched the setting back to what it was and it still will not work. Someone please help with this problem.
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VLC will only play back files it can recognise as video files. If the format of the movie you want to play back is not in the format that can be played back in, VLC might not even show the files up. This doesn't mean that VLC can't play the file at all. It probably means that you need the correct Codec to play the file format. Check to see what format the movie is in and then search for the correct codec to play it.
Deselect the option to make VLC your default player. This should revert them back to normal. However if you want to play back the media files you will have to right click the file and select play via VLC. This will not change the icon of that file back to the cone of VLC, only changing to default will do that. If you were using Windows Media icons before, then selecting Windows Media player as default player will change the icons back. Normal clicking of the mouse on a media file will cause the play back via whatever player is set as the default.
This sounds more like a problem with your projector than with VLC. VLC is just a player, if it works properly on the computer screen then it should work properly going through the computer using the projector as output.
There is no problem with VLC. You must be downloading a torrent and the
file is partially downloaded in parts and hence VLC mixes videos. It
happened to me too.. Dont Worry. Once the download is totally complete,
VLC will play the complete file.
Regarding font cache it happens only the VLC is installed and launched.
it seem your player problem. try out other video player.
i suggest you to use vlc player.. it is more comfort for video and also capable to debug some minor errors. VLC PLAYER: http://sourceforge.net/settings/mirror_choices?projectname=vlc&filename=1.1.5/win32/vlc-1.1.5-win32.exe
and k-lite coddec: which will install almost all compatible codec for a video. K-LITE CODEC: http://www.free-codecs.com/k_lite_codec_pack_download.htm