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Disable vlc to start the film, why?

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#1 chali OFFLINE  


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Posted 26 December 2015 - 10:36 AM



gott a question about the built in vlc.


what's the differens to use it and disable it?

Because if its enabled it cant play dvd in h265 (hevc) but it works for the most part in Blu-ray h265. (hevc)

If i disable it its no problem playing dvd or bluray.  so what's the differens between the different players?


the hardware being used is remix mini 




#2 ebr OFFLINE  


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Posted 26 December 2015 - 11:35 PM

When you disable VLC then the server is most likely transcoding it into a format the native player can handle.


What is a "dvd in h265"?  What, exactly, is the file format?

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