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Spelling error in interface
"Quote" "If the program allowed you to switch to VLC then it recognized the presence of VLC."
Not true if you don't go ahead and support 64 bit........
The install directory for 64 bit is "Program Files" not the "x86" version.
Maybe put a note that 32 bit is required until you support it.
Not sure what the real world benefit is of 64bit only installed it because my Windows IS 64BIT.
I used your link to VLC download but of course chose 64 bit from the options available.
Hope this doesn't take too much time out from 'sub directories and global zoom' in Webdownloader...FEEBLEJ JOKE!!!
Hope this helps.
Currently I only support VLC 32 bit.
I will check the 64 bit version and if it works OK I will add support for it.
Currently just have VLC 2.2.1 64 BIT loaded (no Video Manager at moment).
Current system is Windows 8 64 bit.
Did a 'regedit' as familiar with it and in your destination no mention of VLC????
Is it a different destination for the 64 BIT VERSION of VLC AND THIS IS THE PROBLEM??
VLC works so it is installed.
Will try VLC 32 bit and see if it works.
Very strange. I installed VLC while VideoManager was running, and recognized it without program restart.
What OS do you have? Is it 32 or 64 bit
Are you familiar with regedit
If yes, could you do me a favor.
and check the value data
of value "
C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC
Not used it for a while so did a re-install from scratch. (VLC not loaded at this point).
As per instuctions downloaded VLC 2.2.1 from within program and switched to VLC
mode (may have been other way round). Any action prompted the response that VLC
was not available. Rebooted program and still not recognised. Rebooted laptop and ran
Video Manager again....no joy. Un-installed VLC and re-installed again. Restarted
Video Manager (VLC mode selected) again nothing.
If you give me the correct sequence from scratch to enable VLC I will try that as it
is not clear how it needs to be done to get it to recognise VLC and work.
Hi. Spelling fixed internally thanks.
About VLC: maybe it is something that is not clear in the GUI.
If the program allowed you to switch to VLC then it recognized the presence of VLC.
So please clarify when exactly does the program ask you to install VLC?
What happens when you try to generate frames?
Yes it was set to VLC mode on the interface.
Can't get it to recognise VLC is installed...tried install from program, restarting laptop
and restarting Video Manager with VLC running and closed and it asked me to install VLC on
both occasions. Reinstalled VLC and still no joy. Maybe I'm missing how to tell it where to look but
it was installed in thr default directory?.
Obviously doing something wrong...Any advice?
Noticed in the drop down "Add Library Path" ...'Library" is spelled "ibrary"
Does it have support for *.mov files or can you add them?
Nice program, like the program helper to set it up !!!
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