Do you have a list of instructions on how to do these things?

-----Original Message----- From: JM Casey
Sent: Saturday, February 24, 2018 4:54 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] VLC crashing

I'm not sure about that. I use it to play DVDs and yes, it's very usable for that purpose. I particularly like how easy it is to select audio stream/tracks, subtitles and so on. I don't own any blue rays or a sophisticated sound system...just your average 2.1 stereo setup. I've got surround on the stereo but I never use it. Haha

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of Hamit Campos
Sent: February 24, 2018 4:51 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] VLC crashing

Yeah I use VLC for internet radio. But also I found as long as you have something like Any DVD HD going in the background it's a verry accessible Blu-Ray player. Obviously DVDs too but I was amaised that it's about as easy as Windows Media Player use to be when it played DVDs. Thing is I don't know if VLC can handel UHD BD or the Dolby Atmos bit streams on said disks. If it can then so glorious.

On 2/24/2018 2:25 PM, JM Casey wrote:

I have no idea, sadly. Maybe you should sign up to the VLC forum. Someone there might be able to help, particularly if the crash report contains some useful data (not sure if you can see a log or what). I've never experienced this problem, but I generally only use VLC for video files, and play one at a time. For music, I use winamp, although I've been looking into foobar. Winamp still works great, though, and you don't need to use the tab key for a single thing.

I love VLC because it'll play any video format pretty much out of the
box. The preferences screen has some accessibility issues, I find.
There are probably ways to fix this since the program, even the
interface, is so configurable. But I haven't really found any blind
expert VLC users to offer tips. A lot of people just get by fine using
it for simple things, but the kind of stuff I'm having problems doing
with it, like saving my own equalizer settings, are not intuitive and
it's pretty hard to get help. VLC is kind of one of those programs,
like Gimp, that has a certain amount of obscurity behind it. Haha

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of
Peter Russillo
Sent: February 24, 2018 2:14 PM
Subject: [all-audio] VLC crashing

Hello, I've used VLC Media Player on my Windows 10 machine because I like the ease of being able to easily go forward or backward through a file without doing a lot of tabbing as with Windows Media Player; however, every few files I listen to I get a message saying: "VLC crash reporting; oops, VLC Media Player has crashed; would you like to send a crash report?" I tell it yes, and VLC plays as normal; I get this message every two or three files I play; I've tried resetting preferences, but that doesn't make that behavior go away; I use the latest version, 3.0; what's the best accessible way to keep VLC from doing the crash thing so much? Thanks for any tips or tricks for this.

Peter Russillo

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