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You can use the following command to play only MP3s vlc folder/*.mp3 (GUI) cvlc folder/*.mp3 (CLI) You can specify additional formats using *.ogg etc. If there are subfolders - vlc folder/*/./*.mp3 (GUI) cvlc folder/*/./*.mp3 (CLI)
This is a complementary answer to the main one. Depending on the aspect ratio, a video image may have or may not have a black space under the video. Considering the linked answer: when the picture has a black space below it, it also has a black space above it, and so the picture is not squeezed, but moved upwards, while the above space is diminished ...
Open vlc and then go to preferences > video > select in the output "X11 video output" (you can mess with this to find the one that works best for you). That's it :P
There are two ways you can instruct VLC to quit playback after the playlist is played fully: By supplying the --play-and-exit CLI option, e.g.: cvlc --play-and-exit audio1.mp3 audio2.mp3 or vlc --play-and-exit audio1.mp3 audio2.mp3 By adding the dummy item vlc://quit to your playlist, e.g.: cvlc audio1.mp3 audio2.mp3 vlc://quit or vlc audio1.mp3 ...
Is it possible that VLC is for some reason ignoring the config file or recreating it? What I'm finding is that the config file is setup per user and the below location would be where one could find the file. I'm curious if perhaps that file is getting recreated every time? Linux / Unix: $(HOME)/.config/vlc/vlcrc (v0.9.0 and above), $(HOME)/.vlc/vlcrc (v0.8 ...
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