Has anyone written a code for using Infrared Devices with VLC? I'd just love to be able to control VLC from accross the room.
- Use lirc jb 03:14, 3 June 2007 (CEST)
Why is the intf=none interface not mentioned?
Why is the intf=none interface not mentioned, it seems that if you want to use NO interface then 'none' is the best ('dummy' pops up a command line window for me on windows) is this just a windows thing? I've found it to be quite handy
- On my Linux, "-I dummy" do not show a command line interface and "-I none" give me an error, it can't find this interface module. Using vlc --list-verbose, I can only list those "interfaces" modules:
% command line ~= vlc --list-verbose |grep -B 2 interface VLC media player 1.0.0-git Goldeneye telnet VLM remote control interface http HTTP remote control interface globalhotkeys Global Hotkeys interface showintf Show interface with mouse rc Remote control interface gestures Mouse gestures control interface hotkeys Hotkeys management interface motion motion control interface signals POSIX signals handling interface dbus D-Bus control interface telepathy Telepathy "Now Playing" (MissionControl) audioscrobbler Submission of played songs to last.fm inhibit Power Management Inhibitor logger File logging lua Lua Playlist Parser Interface screensaver X Screensaver disabler dummy Dummy interface function qt4 Qt interface skins2 Skinnable Interface cmml CMML annotations decoder
What's with the rick-roll in "FULL LIST"?
the sub section "full list" first entry has qt4 linked to a troll site... whoever created that link should be banned from ALL wiki's PERMANENTLY! no excuse for such vandalism... the site could inject a virus if it wanted to but looks like they're just making money at expense of people who click --the Great and Almighty qazwiz (talk) 04:03, 16 June 2017 (CEST) --the Great and Almighty qazwiz (talk) 04:08, 16 June 2017 (CEST)
- We do have a problem with vandalism but that was not vandalism :)
- See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qt_(software)#History_of_Qt or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trolltech
- It's just their historical company name (now they are "The Qt Company" with their site at https://www.qt.io)
- When you see something strange or wrong on a wiki, you're encouraged to make it better! Don't just leave it! :)
- DoesItReallyMatter (talk) 12:50, 20 January 2019 (CET)