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    Newbie karifan's Avatar
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    Using additional "command-line" attributes for external applications

    Im trying to use VLC media player to watch DVD or VCD as an external application in NMC. Itīs very accessible and have lot of smart functions.

    I could start movies with options like "vlc.exe vcd://e:" or "vlc.exe dvd://e:" or simply "vlc.exe e:" and it makes no differences with staring a dvd or a vcd.

    i.e. in command-line: C:\Programme\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe dvd://e:

    so Iīve made a automatic dvd starting script like this...

    <chemin>C:\Programme\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe</chemin>
    <ligne_commande>dvd://e:</ligne_commande>


    but it starts normaly the application without any option... I tested many possibilities but the attributes stay untouched.. And by the way I had this problem in each application when using additional starting options.

    So, did I make something wrong or has this <ligne_commande> just out of order!?

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    Maximum Bitrate netsuo's Avatar
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    Mhhh.

    Sorry to say that i just detected that this parameter don't work ?? I was thinking it was working.. but no..

    Sorry, i'll check this for the next version
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    Newbie karifan's Avatar
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    for all who reads this, this problem was recognized in 0.7beta2.

    thanks for your answer netsuo!

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