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Re: F10 and vlc



It seems that changing the tools->preferences->audio->output to "ALSA  audio output" can solve this problem.

2009/1/13 平天韩 <hanpingtian gmail com>
I met the same problem with the latest vlc of fedora 10. I used to use
its "A-B repeat" function to learn English. Could someone solve this
problem?

2008/11/26, Joseph L. Casale <JCasale activenetwerx com>:
> Wow,
> out of the loop (I skipped F9), I have vlc and gstreamer-bad/ugly installed.
> Totem plays mp3's and xvids fine, but vlc is choppy as heck. Given that
> totem
> is not exactly what I would prefer to use, how does one fix vlc?
>
> Thanks!
> jlc
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