||01-18-2009 02:47 PM
Video Player - Fedora 10 - VLC or Totem
Alright, here's my issue. Totem plays all of my files flawlessley. VLC has really bad audio skips in the beginning of playing anything, and then it improves, but still skips from place to place. However, I have several .iso images of my DVDs that I use to watch the movies in full quality with the menus and everything. VLC has the option for me to put a folder path in the place of the DVD device and it will treat a mounted .iso like a DVD disc. Totem does not. I have adjusted the buffer settings on VLC to try and clear up the audio, and have tried explicitly changing the audio from Default to ALSA, OSS, and all of the individual choices, and it still stutters really bad at the beginning, and then occasionally throughout the files. I'm running Fedora 10, can anybody tell me how to either get Totem to play a mounted .iso like it's a DVD, or how to clear up the sound in VLC?