[vlc-devel] probably bug in vlc-2.0.5-win32.exe - again snatchy sound for mp3 files
HeldOlli at gmx.de
Thu Jan 3 17:21:05 CET 2013
Hello again VLC team,
I updated VLC to the newest version 2.0.5 and I have the same problem
with snatchy sound for mp3 encoded files like two years ago. The bug of
two years ago was fixed in version VLC-1.1.11. Thanks for that. But it
found its way back with version 2.x. I tested it on several versions:
2.0.1, 2.0.2, 2.0.5 .
* I still have the system described below.
* I tried to reset via "Reset VLC media player preferences and cache
files". This did not change the problem.
* The checksum of the installed VLC is
- md5: e563a65baea25cef8f49fb0228cb8555
- sha1: 309f66df8ab9bcca440e89ace0b544021b335feb
* CPU usage is 40%
* used cache size for VLC was/is 1000 ms
Can you fix it again, please.
Am 30.11.2010 18:31, schrieb Oliver:
> Hello VLC team,
> I installed and used the windows version of your vlc player/encoder
> 1.1.5 . It seems that it does not correctly play mp3 files. They sound
> snatchy with breaks. I downloaded it again to check download issues. I
> got the same file. I reinstalled version 1.1.4 and it works fine again.
> I know, this is probably not the correct way of a bug report. But
> perhaps it helps to find the reason.
> short setup description
> - EeePC 901 (WinXP Home, Atom N270, 1GB Main Memory)
> VLC Installation
> - installed 1.1.5 over 1.1.4 with guided deinstallation of 1.1.4
> - did not selected deletion of old cache and settings while
> (de)installation process
> - selected all file types
> - deselected ActiveX-Plugin
> - a selection of some mp3 files (lame encoded, vlc encoded)
> - mp3
> - CBR 192 kb/s
> - (real) stereo or jont stereo
> - 44100 Hz
> By the way: Great player/encoder.
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