Hello, the version using in the project is slightly old, I had some time trying to append and use logo with videos with mp4 container, also green screen at the begining.
I have found this: https://github.com/wearenocomputer/lib VLC-32Bit Compiled Windows And copied the default (2.2.6) GUI 'plugins' directory and it solve most of the problems.
It's important to get above the 2.2.x version due to x264 transcoding bugs and video ending early bugs which according to Remy ( not me but one of VLC Devs :-) has fixed.
where I describe the process of downloading the library.
I don't recommend using the library files in the Vlc.Jean-Baptiste Kempf - VLC media player developer, Video LAN President and Sites administrator If you want an answer to your question, just be specific and precise. On Linux, blindly use VLC, SMPlayer, Kaffeine, GXine, Totem and MPlayer PM requests to attend to problems will not be entertained Please post your question in the RIGHT forum.VLC runs on all versions of Windows, from Windows XP SP3 to the last version of Windows 10.VLC packs all media codecs into the software so you don't have to individually update a codec when an update is available.The VLC software handles the updating process for you, downloading and installing the codec for use with your media files.Dot Net repository — You are receiving this because you authored the thread.Reply to this email directly, view it on Git Hub Hello, Thank for the effort.The PPA mentioned in @Ivan's answer is unsupported. However, this question address this problem with 17.04 and the best you can get is a newer version that doesn't support x.265 with snap.wrote: Hi, I am currently using a nightly version of VLC 3.0.0 with this library and it works like a charm.I'm don't think it is a good idea to make the PR as you requested, for the reasons I exposed in #288 .