|Posted - Feb 9 2019 : 10:57AM|
I don't know if it's just me with this issue or maybe it's a bug in VLC. It doesn't happen all the time either. When it occurs it usually happens right at the beginning of a video but it can happen anywhere as the video is playing. What happens is the video becomes all pixilated and turns a silvery colour and that lasts for anywhere from a second to up to 10 seconds. Here's a screenshot:
Does anyone know what causes this and if there is a solution? It's not a huge problem but if there is an easy fix I'd be interesting in trying it.
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|Posted - Mar 5 2019 : 1:05PM|
Try this. Open VLC:
Tools > Preferences > at the bottom click the radio button > All > on the left panel scroll down almost to the bottom and under the heading Video, click Filters.
The right panel will show with the heading Filters. There you will see a list of filters in two columns.
The filters I chose after a lot of trial and error (some filters will cause VLC to crash, play terribly or won't show well) are the following. Of course, your system might need to use a different combination.
Left column: Deinterlacing video filter, Direct3D9 adjust filter, Direct3D11 adjust filter
Right column: Deinterlacing video filter, Sharpen video filter, Gradfun video filter, Alpha mask video filter, Video filtering using a chain of video filter modules, Direct3D9 deinterlace filter, Direct3D11 deinterlace filter.
Let me know if this works or if you found a different combo that works.
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