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The MPlayer docs will usually suggest some combination of the following: Try some of the lavdopts, e.g. -vfm ffmpeg -lavdopts lowres=1:fast:skiploopfilter=all. - Broken file - Try various combinations of -nobps -ni -forceidx -mc 0. - Slow media (NFS/SMB mounts, DVD, VCD etc) - Try -cache 8192. - Are you using -cache to play a non-interleaved AVI ...


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Open a terminal via Ctrl-Alt-T and use the commands below. Use the lines one by one to avoid confusion cd /usr/share/mplayer/skins/default for FILE in *.png; do sudo convert "$FILE" -define png:format=png24 "$FILE"; done cd /usr/share/mplayer/skins; sudo rm default; sudo ln -s Blue default For later readers, you have to install the package ...


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Gianni's solution, as described above, worked for me. Any '.png' file in the 'default' directory needs 'convert' run on it. cd /usr/share/mplayer/skins/default [enter] for FILE in *.png ;do sudo convert $FILE -define png:format=png24 $FILE : done [enter]


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Assuming your mplayer has dvdnav support it's - mplayer dvdnav:// -dvd-device /dev/XXX Where typically now XXX is sr0 or in some cases sr1


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VLC Media player also has a looping functionality that is available in the GUI. Found a question on SuperUser (answered by John T and tbenz9, see Sources below), which highlights the option. To summarise the links (in case they go dead), by activating the 'Advanced controls' from the View menu, a A-B loop button will appear in the controls. Press this once ...


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You can use Audacity. First install Audacity by: sudo apt-get install audacity Open your file in Audacity and create a loop by selecting start and end of the loop, then copy/paste it wherever you want. A complete tutorial is available in the official documentation or if you like videos, in YouTube.


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I have tried all the tricks and nothing solved on Ubuntu 15.04 (along with xorg-edgers and nvidia-355) , until I came on nvidia archlinux page. Test with: nvidia-settings --assign CurrentMetaMode="nvidia-auto-select +0+0 { ForceFullCompositionPipeline = On }" In order to make the change permanent, you need to add the following line to the "Screen" ...



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