Friday, June 30, 2017

Fix Skipping and Stopping Iptv Channels On VLC



VLC Media Player most often skips during playback of "streaming" file types such as DVDs, high-definition video on your computer, Internet videos or digital satellite broadcasts, as VLC needs to "buffer" video files before it can play them. Although problems with skipping are commonly associated with Internet streams, you may also experience problems playing DVDs. The easiest ways to fix these problems follow this:

Fix Skipping and Stopping Iptv Channels On VLC


1- make sure you are running the latest version of VLC Media Player to download latest version of VLC .

2- Double Click on Loop button as in this picture for stop skipping channels after 30 second.

Fix Skipping and Stopping Iptv Channels On VLC
Fix Skipping and Stopping Iptv Channels On VLC

3- Also sure that the following setting are on your VLC .
First, open VLC’s preferences by going to Tools > Preferences.

Fix Skipping and Stopping Iptv Channels On VLC
Fix Skipping and Stopping Iptv Channels On VLC
Then, click “All” under the “Show Settings” option at the bottom of the window. Click “Input / Codecs” in the left sidebar.

If the file that is skipping is playing from a local hard drive, look for the “File Caching (ms)” option under “Advanced” on the right-hand side. The caching value here is set in milliseconds, so setting the value to 1000 will buffer for 1 second (the default is 300, or 0.3 seconds). The problem with setting this option too large is that if you want to manually skip to a new point in the file, there will be a larger lag while the content is buffered again.

If the file you are trying to play is located on a network share, you can change the caching value for “Network Caching (ms)”.

From the Preferences panel, click “Simple” in the lower left-hand corner, then , go to to Input / Codecs. Click the “Hardware-accelerated decoding” dropdown and choose another option, or Disable it entirely. 

From the Simple Preferences menu, head to Input / Codecs and click the “Skip H.264 in-loop deblocking filter). Change it to All.

 You can also do this from the “All” preferences view in Input / Codecs > Video Codecs > FFmpeg, if your videos aren’t H.264.


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