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Here is one way that may work for you: sudo apt-get purge vlc-data sudo apt-get -t trusty-backports install vlc vlc-data vlc-nox libvlccore7 vlc-plugin-notify vlc-plugin-pulse Or: sudo apt-get install vlc vlc-data vlc-nox libvlccore7 vlc-plugin-notify vlc-plugin-puls Another option: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install aptitude sudo aptitude update ...


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1) -> Go to Tools->Preferences->Video -> Remove the tick for "Accelerated video output (Overlay)" -> Try and play the movie again, you should now see output. 2) -> Go to Tools->Preferences->Video ->Change Output to X11 Video output Reference here


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Just go to "tools" and select "effects and filters" then under "Audio effects" go to "spatializer" and enable that. now try to listen that track again. Most probably that problem will be gone after that. You can also take it to mono if that works for you.


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It was fixed in an update :) , never mind


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I've solved my problems by using Infinality. While looking any kind of cure to my problem, I've noticed Infinality and installed it with the following from terminal. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:no1wantdthisname/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install fontconfig-infinality After that, I've installed VLC and ...


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The first part of your problem is that you have disabled unstable PPAs or repos. Please take a look at this post for additional information. This would be the first step in solving your issue. After you cleared up that, please enter the following into a Terminal window. sudo apt-get remove --purge vlc-nox sudo apt-get autoclean sudo dpkg --configure -a ...


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Use this command in terminal: vlc -Iqt4 --reset-config --reset-plugins-cach Try to do clean re-installation of vlc: sudo apt-get purge vlc rm -r ~/.config/vlc rm -r ~/.cache/vlc then again install: sudo apt-get install vlc


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I you need to change the skin of vlc, after copying files to /.local/share/vlc/skins2 simply go to preference and click at use custom skins.Then simply save and restart vlc.you do not need to choose any folder,when vlc will restart you will see that now skin is changed.Also you can change to other skins by going to change skins options in menu now.


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I was able to get audio back by starting a program called Cadence and then within Cadence starting JACK and then starting the ALSA->Loop->Jack bridge. I have no idea why this is now needed, but then I have no idea what very recent update disabled audio from automatically playing. With JACK and the ALSA to JACK brige running, I now have audio again from ...


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Try to run sudo apt-get install -f sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install vlc `


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Try this first : sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade and then install vlc sudo apt-get install vlc


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Install pavucontrol from this link using Software Center. Next Start two instances of vlc for the same video file, use the following cmd: `vlc /path/to/video.avi & vlc /path/to/video.avi` Start pavucontrol in a new terminal using the following cmd: pavucontrol Now in the playback tab, scroll down to find two vlc applications. Simply change the ...


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Open VLC Go to Tools menu -> Preferences -> Video -> Uncheck 'Use hardware YUV-> RGB Conversons' Restart VLC


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Solved by OP with edit: I have solved! I think that some months ago I already tried that guide and in that aacs folder I had got 5 key files. So I have deleted all and follow the guide again. Now all is working!


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Open the System-Settings. In the section "System" open "Details". Then click on "Removeable Media" and change the "CD audio"-entry to VLC Screenshots & more details: http://www.howtogeek.com/117709/how-to-change-your-default-applications-on-ubuntu-4-ways/


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It seems like cli interface has got enabled in interfaces. I don't know if you explicitly want the cli interface or not, but I can help you run the vlc and get it's GUI back so that you can configure it properly. open the file "$HOME/.config/vlc/vlcrc" in any editor You may want to take a backup of it. search for "extraintf=" remove everything after the ...


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At least for pidgin, this seems to be a bug due to problems with going in and out of hibernation: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pidgin/+bug/1245666 The vlc zombies are probably just a coincidence caused by errors in that program.


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After a great deal of confusion and time wasted I have discovered the source of my problem and wanted to share the information because I believe that many others have encountered the same problem. Fundamentally the audio CDs that I was trying to play are non-standard audio CDs and probably cannot be read by my combination of DVD-ROM and Linux software. ...


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Open terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run following command to install require dependencies : sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg libxine1-ffmpeg gxine mencoder libdvdread4 totem-mozilla icedax tagtool easytag id3tool lame nautilus-script-audio-convert libmad0 mpg321 && sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh ...


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Try to install libdvdcss2 from here and then try VLC again. libdvdcss is a simple library designed for accessing DVDs like a block device without having to bother about the decryption.


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Good news. I found a solution. In order to launch VLC through Bumblebee without errors - VLC must be installed BEFORE Bumblebee. P.S. I tested it two times on Ubuntu 14.04 (Run VLC via Bumblebee)


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Good news. I found a solution. In order to launch VLC through Bumblebee without errors - VLC must be installed BEFORE Bumblebee. P.S. I tested it two times on Ubuntu 14.04


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Although vlc --vout none /my/video.mp4 accomplishes sound without video, it still opens vlc's GUI. The command I use runs it entirely in the command line: cvlc --no-video /my/video.mp4 No video, only sound, and no GUI. You can still express it in terms of a vlc video output module: cvlc --vout none /my/video.mp4 Just as an example, you can randomly ...



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