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CQC controlling VLC or MPlayer on Windows or Linux
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VLC plays x.264 content fine. But I did hit a wall with the Windows version (not related to x.264). The Windows version of VLC does not handle DD/DTS passthrough correctly. I got the impression googling the problem that whoever is working on VLC is concentrating on the Linux versions more than the Windows versions. There may not be anyone even actively working on the Windows side of it. That's the problem with open-source projects. You can never be shure when a problem gets fixed. They really need to fix this problem, because it's a great platform-independent player otherwise.

I've switched to Zoom and it also plays x.264 content fine under Windows. But I guess Zoom is not multi-platform. But the CQC driver for Zoom is very nice.

Chris
Running Vista Ulimate
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CQC controlling VLC or MPlayer on Windows or Linux - by dcpete - 02-25-2008, 09:49 AM

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