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  1. I made this application at the behest of another user because it sounded like a really cool idea. I've been using it for a little over 7 months and I really like it. After Compiling: If you want to use it as a pass through you'll need to name the script Vlc.exe and the original vlc.exe to Vlc_Orig.exe. On first run it will create a settings.ini with default settings and pop up the settings dialog Running VLC.exe again only runs the script passes on the new commandline and exits the script the previous script stays running... Once you close the VLC win
  2. Hey, all I want to do is control VLC player without it being the active window. I tried this, but that only works if VLC is the active window: $VLC = WinGetHandle("[CLASS:QWidget]") ControlSend("","",$VLC,"{SPACE}") Strange thing is I tried similar thing with AutoHotkey and it works like a charm so there has to be a way. Ideas? Thanks (I checked the VLC UDF but as far as I see it does not interacts with VLC itself, rather it opens "a new VLC" using InternetExplorer. This is not what I want to do.) EDIT: for s
  3. Hi, I Have a GUI with 2 VLC instance inside. I use VLC.au3 for receive the rtp streams I can watch the videos and listen the audio streams. Is there a way to read each stream audio volume value? I would like to show near the video stream the audiometers I saw some scripts to show audio meters, but only with mp3 or wav files This is my script: #include <GDIPlus.au3> #include "VLC.au3" Global $vlc128, $vlc129 Global $video_path128 = "128.m3u8" Global $video_path129 = "129.m3u8" _VLCErrorHandlerRegister() $g_hGUI = GUICreate("VLC", 200, 29
  4. Hi All, I am trying to automate the installation and configuration of the latest version of VLC, V2.0.2. The automation of the GUI installation has no issues. However, when the script starts VLC for the first time, it gets presented a Privacy and Network Access Policy QWidget which has two QCheckBox and a non-standard button. I want to uncheck the QCheckBoxes and then click on the non-standard button but non of the standard commands work. In fact, the AutoIt Window Info is only able to pick up the widget title and nothing else. I can only get around it by sending: tab + space + tab +
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