Fixing Out of Sync Audio on VLC player with Keyboard Shortcut


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VLC player is pretty handy video playback program, and one of the things that make it cool is that it is designed to be very simple to use, and to that end, if you do find that your watching a video in VLC and the audio seem out of sync, you can use a simple keyboard shortcut to get things back in order, for more check out this article that talks about this more HERE.

Fix Handbrake Issues on your Mac OS after Installing VLC 2.0


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Unfortunately if you have installed VLC 2.0 on your Mac OS Desktop and you use the program Handbrake to Rip DVDs you might find that your not able to run the program anymore, and this is due to an issue with VLC 2.0, but you can fix this issue by check out this article HERE.

Stream media with VLC Shares to your Android Device


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So your have a computer that is setup with a wireless router, you have a android device and great media on the computer that you rather watch upstairs in your room on your 4G android device, then you need to setup streaming VIA VLC shares to get that movie on your device, check the article out HERE.

Thin Apps versus Bulky Apps


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When I first got into computing and you setup a computer you want all the brand name applications, because thats the nature of consumers, get the biggest, flashy application that has 10 million options that probably you won’t use. Well in order to beat this issue, I suggest instead of getting that bulky application you should consider opting for the thin one. Why? Well first off you will save disk space, bulky programs usually mean using a decent portion of disk space just to have the program installed. A good example of a bulky application is Quicktime versus VLC player. Both applications play videos, one takes about 50MB while the other takes about 30MB, next the resources needed by Quicktime to be running versus VLC is enough to see a difference on machines that have limited resources. Overall you would have a better experience with video playback using VLC. Another example is Winzip versus PeaZip, one application is about 10MB installed versus 6MB installed, the memory used to unzip files is different enough to notice again. Next time your shopping around for application make sure that you make your selection not only based on the name but keep in mind, do you need all those features? If not look for an alternative to those bulky applications for a better desktop experience.

Quicktime: A complete Waste of a Video Player


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I have for years now used various players to play Videos, but there are two products that for as long as they have been around, really although they are popular titles offer terrible performance versus VLC player for exactly. Today I want to talk about QuickTime because if you have installed Itunes you probably have QuickTime installed. The program itself sports a lot of features, you’ll probably never use, the interface of the program is down right ugly, and the playback is questionable, with QuickTime also being a resource hog when it does manage to play a video. So say no to QuickTime, you might have a better video playback experience for it. Just my two cents. You can grab a copy of the VLC player HERE.

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