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You can alter the required input video settings in vlc for your youtube clip either locally with the command line or globally with the gui: 1. Altering input video by command line: You can request a specific video size from youtube from the commandline by using the --preferred-resolution option. This has the bonus of not changing vlc global settings, so ...
Run the following commands in terminal. Issue the following command to get a list of the held packages: dpkg --get-selections | grep hold Then issue the following command against each held package: echo "package_name install" | sudo dpkg --set-selection Now you should be able to install VLC with the following: This makes sure your packages are up to ...
In fact as edwinksl has pointed out you appear to have left one of the vital settings checked: Use only one instance when started from file manager instead of having it unchecked. Works nicely with this setting unchecked when I tested on my own system: A little difficult to listen to both at once mind you :) Note: There are some limitations on this ...
Do you have an Nvidia card? If that's the case, it's a bug, look here: https://trac.videolan.org/vlc/ticket/16877 As for installing videos, that's called totem. sudo apt install totem
It works with vlc 2.2.0 stable. I removed my previously installed vlc 2.2.4 and installed vlc 2.2.0 using these commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/trusty-media sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install vlc vlc-plugin-* And now, it is playing .mkv files.
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