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VLC time shifted a bit after pause #58

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Freewolny opened this Issue Mar 26, 2015 · 5 comments

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Freewolny commented Mar 26, 2015

When I pause the video in VLC, it changes its position a little bit - not only on other people's players, but on mine, too. It's annoying especially when I want to pause video to have time to read long, quickly changing subtitles.

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Thank you for reporting this matter. As regulars of our IRC channel should be aware, this is one of two VLC-related mis-seeking issues that is currently being investigated (the other being an erroneous 0/1 sec seek during playback). As a workaround, it is possible that changing SYNC_ON_PAUSE to False in constants.py will fix the issue (and/or you could try using mpv).

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Thank you for reporting this matter. As regulars of our IRC channel should be aware, this is one of two VLC-related mis-seeking issues that is currently being investigated (the other being an erroneous 0/1 sec seek during playback). As a workaround, it is possible that changing SYNC_ON_PAUSE to False in constants.py will fix the issue (and/or you could try using mpv).

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Hopefully these issues are fully fixed by 0a94070 and a3c3830 - let me know if they persistent. Build which incorporates these commits is available from http://syncplay.pl/Syncplay_1.3.0_Beta_Setup_[2015_03_27].exe - note: position may be slightly off for other users when you pause as it seeks to position rather than frame, but will mean it won't move the person who seeked.

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Et0h commented Mar 27, 2015

Hopefully these issues are fully fixed by 0a94070 and a3c3830 - let me know if they persistent. Build which incorporates these commits is available from http://syncplay.pl/Syncplay_1.3.0_Beta_Setup_[2015_03_27].exe - note: position may be slightly off for other users when you pause as it seeks to position rather than frame, but will mean it won't move the person who seeked.

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Syncplay 1.3.0 Beta 3d is now available from http://syncplay.pl/syncplay-1-3-0-beta-3/ - does this address your issue?

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Et0h commented Apr 21, 2015

Syncplay 1.3.0 Beta 3d is now available from http://syncplay.pl/syncplay-1-3-0-beta-3/ - does this address your issue?

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Freewolny Apr 21, 2015

Oh, I'm sorry for not having responded to your previous e-mail. These
issues were fixed by 0a94070
0a94070
and a3c3830
a3c3830.
Thank you very much. :-)

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Freewolny commented Apr 21, 2015

Oh, I'm sorry for not having responded to your previous e-mail. These
issues were fixed by 0a94070
0a94070
and a3c3830
a3c3830.
Thank you very much. :-)

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Excellent, glad to hear the issues have been resolved :)

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Et0h commented Apr 21, 2015

Excellent, glad to hear the issues have been resolved :)

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