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   -vvv    "Verbose verbose verbose". Verbose output (debug infos can be displayed by selecting "Debug logging" interface under View->Add Interface menu)
 
   -vvv    "Verbose verbose verbose". Verbose output (debug infos can be displayed by selecting "Debug logging" interface under View->Add Interface menu)
  
Here's the output of ''vlc -H'' of the stable 1.1.10 under Windows. If you are looking for 0.8.6 help, go [[VLC-0-8-6_command-line_help]]. If you are looking for 0.9.x help, go [[VLC-0-9-x_command-line_help]]. If you are looking for 1.0.x help, go [[VLC-1-0-x_command-line_help]]. If you are looking for 1.1.x help, go [[VLC-1-1-x_command-line_help]]
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Here's the output of ''vlc -H'' of the stable 2.0.0 under Windows. If you are looking for 0.8.6 help, go [[VLC-0-8-6_command-line_help]]. If you are looking for 0.9.x help, go [[VLC-0-9-x_command-line_help]]. If you are looking for 1.0.x help, go [[VLC-1-0-x_command-line_help]]. If you are looking for 1.1.x help, go [[VLC-1-1-x_command-line_help]]
  
 
Part 1/2
 
Part 1/2
 
   <nowiki>
 
   <nowiki>
 
Usage: vlc [options] [stream] ...
 
Usage: vlc [options] [stream] ...
You can specify multiple streams on the commandline. They will be enqueued in the playlist.
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You can specify multiple streams on the commandline.
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They will be enqueued in the playlist.
 
The first item specified will be played first.
 
The first item specified will be played first.
  
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Stream MRL syntax:
 
Stream MRL syntax:
   [[access][/demux]://]URL[@[title][:chapter][-[title][:chapter]]] [:option=value ...]
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   [[access][/demux]://]URL[#[title][:chapter][-[title][:chapter]]]
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  [:option=value ...]
  
 
   Many of the global --options can also be used as MRL specific :options.
 
   Many of the global --options can also be used as MRL specific :options.
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URL syntax:
 
URL syntax:
   [file://]filename             Plain media file
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   file:///path/file             Plain media file
   http://ip:port/file           HTTP URL
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   http://host[:port]/file       HTTP URL
   ftp://ip:port/file             FTP URL
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   ftp://host[:port]/file         FTP URL
   mms://ip:port/file             MMS URL
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   mms://host[:port]/file         MMS URL
 
   screen://                      Screen capture
 
   screen://                      Screen capture
   [dvd://][device][@raw_device]  DVD device
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   dvd://[device]                 DVD device
   [vcd://][device]               VCD device
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   vcd://[device]                 VCD device
   [cdda://][device]             Audio CD device
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   cdda://[device]               Audio CD device
 
   udp://[[<source address>]@[<bind address>][:<bind port>]]
 
   udp://[[<source address>]@[<bind address>][:<bind port>]]
 
                                 UDP stream sent by a streaming server
 
                                 UDP stream sent by a streaming server
   vlc://pause:<seconds>          Special item to pause the playlist for a certain time
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   vlc://pause:<seconds>          Pause the playlist for a certain time
 
   vlc://quit                    Special item to quit VLC
 
   vlc://quit                    Special item to quit VLC
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No matching module found. Use --list or --list-verbose to list available modules.
 
No matching module found. Use --list or --list-verbose to list available modules.
  
  VBI and Teletext decoder
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  Visualizer filter
       --vbi-page=<integer>      Teletext page
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  General:
           Open the indicated Teletext page.Default page is index 100
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      --effect-list=<string>    Effects list
       --vbi-opaque, --no-vbi-opaque
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          A list of visual effect, separated by commas.
                                 Text is always opaque (default enabled)
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Current effects
           Setting vbi-opaque to false makes the boxed text transparent.
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          include: dummy, scope, spectrum, spectrometer and vuMeter.
          (default enabled)
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       --effect-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --vbi-position={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
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                                Video width
                                 Teletext alignment
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          The width of the effects video window, in pixels.
           You can enforce the teletext position on the video (0=center, 1=left,
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       --effect-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          2=right, 4=top, 8=bottom, you can also use combinations of these
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                                Video height
          values, eg. 6 = top-right).
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           The height of the effects video window, in pixels.
      --vbi-text, --no-vbi-text  Teletext text subtitles (default disabled)
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  Spectrum analyser:
           Output teletext subtitles as text instead of as RGBA (default
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       --visual-80-bands, --no-visual-80-bands
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                                 Show 80 bands instead of 20 (default enabled)
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           Show 80 bands instead of 20 (default enabled)
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       --visual-peaks, --no-visual-peaks
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                                 Draw peaks in the analyzer (default enabled)
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           Draw peaks in the analyzer (default enabled)
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  Spectrometer:
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      --spect-show-original, --no-spect-show-original
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                                Enable original graphic spectrum (default
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                                disabled)
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           Enable the "flat" spectrum analyzer in the spectrometer. (default
 
           disabled)
 
           disabled)
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      --spect-show-base, --no-spect-show-base
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                                Draw the base of the bands (default enabled)
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          Draw the base of the bands (default enabled)
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      --spect-radius=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
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                                Base pixel radius
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          Defines radius size in pixels, of base of bands(beginning).
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      --spect-sections=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
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                                Spectral sections
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          Determines how many sections of spectrum will exist.
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      --spect-color=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
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                                V-plane color
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          YUV-Color cube shifting across the V-plane ( 0 - 127 ).
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      --spect-show-bands, --no-spect-show-bands
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                                Draw bands in the spectrometer (default
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                                enabled)
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          Draw bands in the spectrometer (default enabled)
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      --spect-80-bands, --no-spect-80-bands
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                                Show 80 bands instead of 20 (default enabled)
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          Show 80 bands instead of 20 (default enabled)
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      --spect-separ=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
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                                Number of blank pixels between bands.
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          Number of blank pixels between bands.
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      --spect-amp=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
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                                Amplification
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          This is a coefficient that modifies the height of the bands.
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      --spect-show-peaks, --no-spect-show-peaks
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                                Draw peaks in the analyzer (default enabled)
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          Draw peaks in the analyzer (default enabled)
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      --spect-peak-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
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                                Peak extra width
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          Additions or subtractions of pixels on the peak width.
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      --spect-peak-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
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                                Peak height
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          Total pixel height of the peak items.
  
  YUV video output
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  libprojectM effect
       --yuv-file=<string>       device, fifo or filename
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       --projectm-preset-path=<string>
           device, fifo or filename to write yuv frames too.
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                                projectM preset path
       --yuv-chroma=<string>     Chroma used
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           Path to the projectM preset directory
          Force use of a specific chroma for output. Default is I420.
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       --projectm-title-font=<string>
      --yuv-yuv4mpeg2, --no-yuv-yuv4mpeg2
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                                 Title font
                                 YUV4MPEG2 header (default disabled) (default
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           Font used for the titles
                                disabled)
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       --projectm-menu-font=<string>
           The YUV4MPEG2 header is compatible with mplayer yuv video ouput and
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                                 Font menu
          requires YV12/I420 fourcc. By default vlc writes the fourcc of the
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           Font used for the menus
          picture frame into the output destination. (default disabled)
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       --projectm-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 
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                                Video width
H.264/MPEG4 AVC encoder (x264)
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           The width of the video window, in pixels.
       --sout-x264-keyint=<integer>
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       --projectm-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Maximum GOP size
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                                 Video height
           Sets maximum interval between IDR-frames.Larger values save bits,
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           The height of the video window, in pixels.
          thus improving quality for a given bitrate at the cost of seeking
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       --projectm-meshx=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          precision.
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                                 Mesh width
       --sout-x264-min-keyint=<integer>
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           The width of the mesh, in pixels.
                                Minimum GOP size
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       --projectm-meshy=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          Sets minimum interval between IDR-frames. In H.264, I-frames do not
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                                 Mesh height
          necessarily bound a closed GOP because it is allowable for a P-frame
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           The height of the mesh, in pixels.
           to be predicted from more frames than just the one frame before it
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       --projectm-texture-size=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          (also see reference frame option). Therefore, I-frames are not
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                                 Texture size
          necessarily seekable. IDR-frames restrict subsequent P-frames from
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           The size of the texture, in pixels.
          referring to any frame prior to the IDR-frame.
 
If scenecuts appear
 
          within this interval, they are still encoded as I-frames, but do not
 
          start a new GOP.
 
       --sout-x264-scenecut=<integer [-1 .. 100]>
 
                                 Extra I-frames aggressivity
 
           Scene-cut detection. Controls how aggressively to insert extra
 
          I-frames. With small values of scenecut, the codec often has to force
 
          an I-frame when it would exceed keyint. Good values of scenecut may
 
          find a better location for the I-frame. Large values use more
 
          I-frames than necessary, thus wasting bits. -1 disables scene-cut
 
          detection, so I-frames are inserted only every other keyint frames,
 
          which probably leads to ugly encoding artifacts. Range 1 to 100.
 
       --sout-x264-bframes=<integer [0 .. 16]>
 
                                 B-frames between I and P
 
           Number of consecutive B-frames between I and P-frames. Range 1 to 16.
 
       --sout-x264-b-adapt=<integer [0 .. 2]>
 
                                 Adaptive B-frame decision
 
           Force the specified number of consecutive B-frames to be used, except
 
          possibly before an I-frame.Range 0 to 2.
 
       --sout-x264-b-bias=<integer [-100 .. 100]>
 
                                 Influence (bias) B-frames usage
 
           Bias the choice to use B-frames. Positive values cause more B-frames,
 
          negative values cause less B-frames.
 
      --sout-x264-bpyramid={none,strict,normal}
 
                                Keep some B-frames as references
 
          Allows B-frames to be used as references for predicting other frames.
 
          Keeps the middle of 2+ consecutive B-frames as a reference, and
 
          reorders frame appropriately.
 
- none: Disabled
 
- strict: Strictly
 
          hierarchical pyramid
 
- normal: Non-strict (not Blu-ray compatible)
 
  
       --sout-x264-cabac, --no-sout-x264-cabac
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Goom effect
                                 CABAC (default enabled)
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       --goom-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           CABAC (Context-Adaptive Binary Arithmetic Coding). Slightly slows
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                                 Goom display width
           down encoding and decoding, but should save 10 to 15% bitrate.
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           This allows you to set the resolution of the Goom display (bigger
          (default enabled)
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           resolution will be prettier but more CPU intensive).
       --sout-x264-ref=<integer [1 .. 16]>
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       --goom-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Number of reference frames
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                                 Goom display height
           Number of previous frames used as predictors. This is effective in
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           This allows you to set the resolution of the Goom display (bigger
           Anime, but seems to make little difference in live-action source
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           resolution will be prettier but more CPU intensive).
          material. Some decoders are unable to deal with large frameref
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       --goom-speed=<integer [1 .. 10]>
          values. Range 1 to 16.
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                                 Goom animation speed
       --sout-x264-nf, --no-sout-x264-nf
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           This allows you to set the animation speed (between 1 and 10,
                                 Skip loop filter (default disabled)
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          defaults to 6).
           Deactivate the deblocking loop filter (decreases quality). (default
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          disabled)
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YUV video output
       --sout-x264-deblock=<string>
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       --yuv-file=<string>       device, fifo or filename
                                Loop filter AlphaC0 and Beta parameters
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           device, fifo or filename to write yuv frames too.
                                alpha:beta
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       --yuv-chroma=<string>     Chroma used
           Loop filter AlphaC0 and Beta parameters. Range -6 to 6 for both alpha
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          Force use of a specific chroma for output. Default is I420.
          and beta parameters. -6 means light filter, 6 means strong.
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       --yuv-yuv4mpeg2, --no-yuv-yuv4mpeg2
       --sout-x264-psy-rd=<string>
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                                 YUV4MPEG2 header (default disabled) (default
                                Strength of psychovisual optimization,
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                                disabled)
                                default is "1.0:0.0"
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          The YUV4MPEG2 header is compatible with mplayer yuv video output and
          First parameter controls if RD is on (subme>=6) or offsecond
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           requires YV12/I420 fourcc. By default vlc writes the fourcc of the
          parameter controls if Trellis is used on psychovisual
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           picture frame into the output destination. (default disabled)
          optimization,default off
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       --sout-x264-psy, --no-sout-x264-psy
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Video memory output
                                 Use Psy-optimizations (default enabled)
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       --vmem-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          Use all visual optimizations that can worsen both PSNR and SSIM
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                                 Width
          (default enabled)
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           Video memory buffer width.
      --sout-x264-level=<string> H.264 level
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       --vmem-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Specify H.264 level (as defined by Annex A of the standard). Levels
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                                 Height
           are not enforced; it's up to the user to select a level compatible
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           Video memory buffer height.
          with the rest of the encoding options. Range 1 to 5.1 (10 to 51 is
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       --vmem-pitch=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          also allowed).
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                                 Pitch
       --sout-x264-profile={baseline,main,high}
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           Video memory buffer pitch in bytes.
                                 H.264 profile
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       --vmem-chroma=<string>     Chroma
           Specify H.264 profile which limits are enforced overother settings
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          Output chroma for the memory image as a 4-character string, eg.
       --sout-x264-interlaced, --no-sout-x264-interlaced
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           "RV32".
                                 Interlaced mode (default disabled)
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           Pure-interlaced mode. (default disabled)
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Dummy video output
       --sout-x264-slices=<integer>
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       --dummy-chroma=<string>   Dummy image chroma format
                                 Force number of slices per frame
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          Force the dummy video output to create images using a specific chroma
           Force rectangular slices and is overridden by other slicing optinos
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           format instead of trying to improve performances by using the most
       --sout-x264-slice-max-size=<integer>
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          efficient one.
                                Limit the size of each slice in bytes
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           Sets a maximum slice size in bytes, Includes NAL overhead in size
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Embedded window video
       --sout-x264-slice-max-mbs=<integer>
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       --drawable-hwnd=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                Limit the size of each slice in macroblocks
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                                 Window handle (HWND)
           Sets a maximum number of macroblocks per slice
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           Video will be embedded in this pre-existing window. If zero, a new
      --sout-x264-hrd={none,vbr,cbr}
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           window will be created.
                                HRD-timing information
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          HRD-timing information
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DirectX (DirectDraw) video output
       --sout-x264-qp=<integer [-1 .. 51]>
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Recommended video output for Windows XP. Incompatible with Vista's Aero interface
                                 Set QP
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       --directx-hw-yuv, --no-directx-hw-yuv
           This selects the quantizer to use. Lower values result in better
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                                Use hardware YUV->RGB conversions (default
           fidelity, but higher bitrates. 26 is a good default value. Range 0
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                                 enabled)
          (lossless) to 51.
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           Try to use hardware acceleration for YUV->RGB conversions. This
       --sout-x264-crf=<integer [0 .. 51]>
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          option doesn't have any effect when using overlays. (default enabled)
                                Quality-based VBR
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       --directx-use-sysmem, --no-directx-use-sysmem
          1-pass Quality-based VBR. Range 0 to 51.
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                                Use video buffers in system memory (default
      --sout-x264-qpmin=<integer [0 .. 51]>
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                                 disabled)
                                 Min QP
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           Create video buffers in system memory instead of video memory. This
           Minimum quantizer parameter. 15 to 35 seems to be a useful range.
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          isn't recommended as usually using video memory allows benefiting
       --sout-x264-qpmax=<integer [0 .. 51]>
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          from more hardware acceleration (like rescaling or YUV->RGB
                                 Max QP
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          conversions). This option doesn't have any effect when using
           Maximum quantizer parameter.
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           overlays. (default disabled)
      --sout-x264-qpstep=<integer [0 .. 51]>
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       --directx-3buffering, --no-directx-3buffering
                                Max QP step
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                                Use triple buffering for overlays (default
           Max QP step between frames.
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                                 enabled)
       --sout-x264-ratetol=<float [0.000000 .. 100.000000]>
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           Try to use triple buffering when using YUV overlays. That results in
                                 Average bitrate tolerance
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          much better video quality (no flickering). (default enabled)
           Allowed variance in average bitrate (in kbits/s).
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       --directx-device={}        Name of desired display device
       --sout-x264-vbv-maxrate=<integer>
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          In a multiple monitor configuration, you can specify the Windows
                                Max local bitrate
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          device name of the display that you want the video window to open on.
           Sets a maximum local bitrate (in kbits/s).
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           For example, "\\.\DISPLAY1" or "\\.\DISPLAY2".
       --sout-x264-vbv-bufsize=<integer>
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                                 VBV buffer
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Direct3D video output
           Averaging period for the maximum local bitrate (in kbits).
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Recommended video output for Windows Vista and later versions
       --sout-x264-vbv-init=<float [0.000000 .. 1.000000]>
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       --direct3d-hw-blending, --no-direct3d-hw-blending
                                 Initial VBV buffer occupancy
+
                                Use hardware blending support (default
           Sets the initial buffer occupancy as a fraction of the buffer size.
+
                                 enabled)
          Range 0.0 to 1.0.
+
           Try to use hardware acceleration for subtitles/OSD blending. (default
       --sout-x264-ipratio=<float [1.000000 .. 2.000000]>
+
          enabled)
                                 QP factor between I and P
+
 
           QP factor between I and P. Range 1.0 to 2.0.
+
Wall video filter
       --sout-x264-pbratio=<float [1.000000 .. 2.000000]>
+
       --wall-cols=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                QP factor between P and B
+
                                 Number of columns
           QP factor between P and B. Range 1.0 to 2.0.
+
           Number of horizontal windows in which to split the video.
       --sout-x264-chroma-qp-offset=<integer>
+
       --wall-rows=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 QP difference between chroma and luma
+
                                 Number of rows
           QP difference between chroma and luma.
+
           Number of vertical windows in which to split the video.
       --sout-x264-pass=<integer [0 .. 3]>
+
       --wall-active=<string>     Active windows
                                 Multipass ratecontrol
+
           Comma-separated list of active windows, defaults to all
           Multipass ratecontrol:
+
       --wall-element-aspect=<string>
- 1: First pass, creates stats file
+
                                 Element aspect ratio
- 2:
+
           Aspect ratio of the individual displays building the wall.
          Last pass, does not overwrite stats file
+
 
- 3: Nth pass, overwrites
+
Video transformation filter
          stats file
+
Rotate or flip the video
 +
       --transform-type={90,180,270,hflip,vflip}
 +
                                 Transform type
 +
           One of '90', '180', '270', 'hflip' and 'vflip'
  
       --sout-x264-qcomp=<float [0.000000 .. 1.000000]>
+
Video scaling filter
                                 QP curve compression
+
      --swscale-mode={0 (Fast bilinear), 1 (Bilinear), 2 (Bicubic (good quality)), 3 (Experimental), 4 (Nearest neighbour (bad quality)), 5 (Area), 6 (Luma bicubic / chroma bilinear), 7 (Gauss), 8 (SincR), 9 (Lanczos), 10 (Bicubic spline)}
           QP curve compression. Range 0.0 (CBR) to 1.0 (QCP).
+
                                Scaling mode
       --sout-x264-cplxblur=<float>
+
          Scaling mode to use.
                                 Reduce fluctuations in QP
+
 
           This reduces the fluctuations in QP before curve compression.
+
Subtitles delay
           Temporally blurs complexity.
+
Change subtitles delay
       --sout-x264-qblur=<float> Reduce fluctuations in QP
+
       --subsdelay-mode={0 (Absolute delay), 1 (Relative to source delay), 2 (Relative to source content)}
           This reduces the fluctations in QP after curve compression.
+
                                Delay calculation mode
           Temporally blurs quants.
+
          Absolute delay - add absolute delay to each subtitle. Relative to
       --sout-x264-aq-mode=<integer [0 .. 2]>
+
          source delay - multiply subtitle delay. Relative to source content -
                                 How AQ distributes bits
+
          determine subtitle delay from its content (text).
           Defines bitdistribution mode for AQ, default 1
+
      --subsdelay-factor=<float [0.000000 .. 20.000000]>
- 0: Disabled
+
                                 Calculation factor
- 1:
+
           Calculation factor. In Absolute delay mode the factor represents
           Current x264 default mode
+
          seconds.
- 2: uses log(var)^2 instead of log(var)
+
      --subsdelay-overlap=<integer [1 .. 4]>
           and attempts to adapt strength per frame
+
                                Maximum overlapping subtitles
       --sout-x264-aq-strength=<float>
+
          Maximum number of subtitles allowed at the same time.
                                 Strength of AQ
+
       --subsdelay-min-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           Strength to reduce blocking and blurring in flat
+
                                 Minimum alpha value
and textured areas,
+
           Alpha value of the earliest subtitle, where 0 is fully transparent
           default 1.0 recommented to be between 0..2
+
           and 255 is fully opaque.
  - 0.5: weak AQ
+
  Overlap fix:
  - 1.5:
+
       --subsdelay-min-stops=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          strong AQ
+
                                Interval between two disappearances
       --sout-x264-partitions={none,fast,normal,slow,all}
+
           Minimum time (in milliseconds) that subtitle should stay after its
                                 Partitions to consider
+
          predecessor has disappeared (subtitle delay will be extended to meet
           Partitions to consider in analyse mode:
+
           this requirement).
- none  :
+
       --subsdelay-min-start-stop=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
- fast  : i4x4
+
                                 Interval between appearance and disappearance
 +
           Minimum time (in milliseconds) that subtitle should stay after newer
 +
           subtitle has appeared (earlier subtitle delay will be shortened to
 +
           avoid the overlap).
 +
       --subsdelay-min-stop-start=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Interval between disappearance and appearance
 +
           Minimum time (in milliseconds) between subtitle disappearance and
 +
           newer subtitle appearance (earlier subtitle delay will be extended to
 +
          fill the gap).
 +
 
 +
  Sharpen video filter
 +
  Augment contrast between contours.
 +
       --sharpen-sigma=<float [0.000000 .. 2.000000]>
 +
                                 Sharpen strength (0-2)
 +
           Set the Sharpen strength, between 0 and 2. Defaults to 0.05.
  
          - normal: i4x4,p8x8,(i8x8)
+
  Sepia video filter
- slow : i4x4,p8x8,(i8x8),b8x8
+
  Gives video a warmer tone by applying sepia effect
  - all 
+
       --sepia-intensity=<integer [0 .. 255]>
          : i4x4,p8x8,(i8x8),b8x8,p4x4
+
                                 Sepia intensity
(p4x4 requires p8x8. i8x8 requires
+
           Intensity of sepia effect
          8x8dct).
 
      --sout-x264-direct={none,spatial,temporal,auto}
 
                                Direct MV prediction mode
 
          Direct MV prediction mode.
 
       --sout-x264-direct-8x8=<integer [-1 .. 1]>
 
                                 Direct prediction size
 
          Direct prediction size:  -  0: 4x4
 
-  1: 8x8
 
- -1: smallest
 
           possible according to level
 
  
       --sout-x264-weightb, --no-sout-x264-weightb
+
Scene video filter
                                 Weighted prediction for B-frames (default
+
Send your video to picture files
                                 enabled)
+
      --scene-format=<string>    Image format
           Weighted prediction for B-frames. (default enabled)
+
          Format of the output images (png, jpeg, ...).
       --sout-x264-weightp=<integer [0 .. 2]>
+
      --scene-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Weighted prediction for P-frames
+
                                Image width
          Weighted prediction for P-frames:  - 0: Disabled
+
          You can enforce the image width. By default (-1) VLC will adapt to
- 1: Blind offset
+
          the video characteristics.
 +
       --scene-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Image height
 +
          You can enforce the image height. By default (-1) VLC will adapt to
 +
          the video characteristics.
 +
      --scene-prefix=<string>    Filename prefix
 +
          Prefix of the output images filenames. Output filenames will have the
 +
          "prefixNUMBER.format" form if replace is not true.
 +
      --scene-path=<string>      Directory path prefix
 +
          Directory path where images files should be saved.If not set, then
 +
          images will be automatically saved in users homedir.
 +
      --scene-replace, --no-scene-replace
 +
                                 Always write to the same file (default
 +
                                 disabled)
 +
           Always write to the same file instead of creating one file per image.
 +
          In this case, the number is not appended to the filename. (default
 +
          disabled)
 +
       --scene-ratio=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Recording ratio
 +
          Ratio of images to record. 3 means that one image out of three is
 +
          recorded.
  
           - 2: Smart analysis
+
RSS and Atom feed display
 +
Display a RSS or ATOM Feed on your video
 +
      --rss-urls=<string>        Feed URLs
 +
          RSS/Atom feed '|' (pipe) separated URLs.
 +
  Position:
 +
      --rss-x=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                X offset
 +
           X offset, from the left screen edge.
 +
      --rss-y=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Y offset
 +
          Y offset, down from the top.
 +
      --rss-position={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
 +
                                Text position
 +
          You can enforce the text position on the video (0=center, 1=left,
 +
          2=right, 4=top, 8=bottom; you can also use combinations of these
 +
          values, eg 6 = top-right).
 +
  Font:
 +
      --rss-opacity=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 +
                                Opacity
 +
          Opacity (inverse of transparency) of overlay text. 0 = transparent,
 +
          255 = totally opaque.
 +
      --rss-color={-268435456 (Default), 0 (Black), 8421504 (Gray), 12632256 (Silver), 16777215 (White), 8388608 (Maroon), 16711680 (Red), 16711935 (Fuchsia), 16776960 (Yellow), 8421376 (Olive), 32768 (Green), 32896 (Teal), 65280 (Lime), 8388736 (Purple), 128 (Navy), 255 (Blue), 65535 (Aqua)}
 +
                                Color
 +
          Color of the text that will be rendered on the video. This must be an
 +
          hexadecimal (like HTML colors). The first two chars are for red, then
 +
          green, then blue. #000000 = black, #FF0000 = red, #00FF00 = green,
 +
          #FFFF00 = yellow (red + green), #FFFFFF = white
 +
      --rss-size=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Font size, pixels
 +
          Font size, in pixels. Default is -1 (use default font size).
 +
  Misc:
 +
      --rss-speed=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Speed of feeds
 +
          Speed of the RSS/Atom feeds in microseconds (bigger is slower).
 +
      --rss-length=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Max length
 +
          Maximum number of characters displayed on the screen.
 +
      --rss-ttl=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Refresh time
 +
          Number of seconds between each forced refresh of the feeds. 0 means
 +
          that the feeds are never updated.
 +
      --rss-images, --no-rss-images
 +
                                Feed images (default enabled)
 +
          Display feed images if available. (default enabled)
 +
      --rss-title={-1 (Default), 0 (Don't show), 1 (Always visible), 2 (Scroll with feed)}
 +
                                Title display mode
 +
          Title display mode. Default is 0 (hidden) if the feed has an image
 +
          and feed images are enabled, 1 otherwise.
  
       --sout-x264-me={dia,hex,umh,esa,tesa}
+
Rotate video filter
                                 Integer pixel motion estimation method
+
       --rotate-angle=<integer [0 .. 359]>
          Selects the motion estimation algorithm:  - dia: diamond search,
+
                                 Angle in degrees
          radius 1 (fast)
+
           Angle in degrees (0 to 359)
- hex: hexagonal search, radius 2
 
- umh: uneven
 
          multi-hexagon search (better but slower)
 
- esa: exhaustive search
 
          (extremely slow, primarily for testing)
 
- tesa: hadamard exhaustive
 
           search (extremely slow, primarily for testing)
 
  
       --sout-x264-merange=<integer [1 .. 64]>
+
Remote-OSD over VNC
                                 Maximum motion vector search range
+
       --rmtosd-host=<string>    VNC Host
           Maximum distance to search for motion estimation, measured from
+
          VNC hostname or IP address.
          predicted position(s). Default of 16 is good for most footage, high
+
      --rmtosd-port=<integer [1 .. 65535]>
          motion sequences may benefit from settings between 24 and 32. Range 0
+
                                 VNC Port
          to 64.
+
           VNC port number.
       --sout-x264-mvrange=<integer>
+
       --rmtosd-password=<string> VNC Password
                                Maximum motion vector length
+
           VNC password.
           Maximum motion vector length in pixels. -1 is automatic, based on
+
       --rmtosd-update=<integer [200 .. 300]>
          level.
+
                                 VNC poll interval
       --sout-x264-mvrange-thread=<integer>
+
           In this interval an update from VNC is requested, default every 300
                                 Minimum buffer space between threads
+
           ms.  
           Minimum buffer space between threads. -1 is automatic, based on
+
       --rmtosd-vnc-polling, --no-rmtosd-vnc-polling
           number of threads.
+
                                 VNC polling (default disabled)
       --sout-x264-subme=<integer>
+
           Activate VNC polling. Do NOT activate for use as VDR ffnetdev client.
                                 Subpixel motion estimation and partition
+
           (default disabled)
                                decision quality
+
       --rmtosd-mouse-events, --no-rmtosd-mouse-events
           This parameter controls quality versus speed tradeoffs involved in
+
                                 Mouse events (default disabled)
           the motion estimation decision process (lower = quicker and higher =
+
           Send mouse events to VNC host. Not needed for use as VDR ffnetdev
          better quality). Range 1 to 9.
+
           client. (default disabled)
       --sout-x264-mixed-refs, --no-sout-x264-mixed-refs
+
       --rmtosd-key-events, --no-rmtosd-key-events
                                Decide references on a per partition basis
+
                                Key events (default disabled)
                                 (default enabled)
+
          Send key events to VNC host. (default disabled)
           Allows each 8x8 or 16x8 partition to independently select a reference
+
      --rmtosd-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           frame, as opposed to only one ref per macroblock. (default enabled)
+
                                 Alpha transparency value (default 255)
       --sout-x264-chroma-me, --no-sout-x264-chroma-me
+
           The transparency of the OSD VNC can be changed by giving a value
                                 Chroma in motion estimation (default enabled)
+
          between 0 and 255. A lower value specifies more transparency a higher
           Chroma ME for subpel and mode decision in P-frames. (default enabled)
+
          means less transparency. The default is being not transparent (value
       --sout-x264-8x8dct, --no-sout-x264-8x8dct
+
          255) the minimum is fully transparent (value 0).
                                 Adaptive spatial transform size (default
+
 
                                enabled)
+
Puzzle interactive game video filter
           SATD-based decision for 8x8 transform in inter-MBs. (default enabled)
+
      --puzzle-rows=<integer [2 .. 16]>
       --sout-x264-trellis=<integer [0 .. 2]>
+
                                Number of puzzle rows
                                 Trellis RD quantization
+
          Number of puzzle rows
           Trellis RD quantization:
+
       --puzzle-cols=<integer [2 .. 16]>
- 0: disabled
+
                                Number of puzzle columns
- 1: enabled only on the
+
          Number of puzzle columns
           final encode of a MB
+
      --puzzle-black-slot, --no-puzzle-black-slot
- 2: enabled on all mode decisions
+
                                 Make one tile a black slot (default disabled)
This
+
          Make one slot black. Other tiles can only be swapped with the black
           requires CABAC.
+
           slot. (default disabled)
       --sout-x264-lookahead=<integer [0 .. 60]>
+
 
                                 Framecount to use on frametype lookahead
+
Video post processing filter
           Framecount to use on frametype lookahead. Currently default is lower
+
       --postproc-q=<integer [0 .. 6]>
           than x264 default because unmuxable outputdoesn't handle larger
+
                                 Post processing quality
           values that well yet
+
           Quality of post processing. Valid range is 0 (disabled) to 6
       --sout-x264-intra-refresh, --no-sout-x264-intra-refresh
+
          (highest)
                                 Use Periodic Intra Refresh (default disabled)
+
Higher levels require more CPU power, but produce higher
           Use Periodic Intra Refresh instead of IDR frames (default disabled)
+
          quality pictures.
       --sout-x264-mbtree, --no-sout-x264-mbtree
+
With default filter chain, the values map to the
                                 Use mb-tree ratecontrol (default enabled)
+
           following filters:
           You can disable use of Macroblock-tree on ratecontrol (default
+
1: hb, 2-4: hb+vb, 5-6: hb+vb+dr
 +
      --postproc-name=<string>  FFmpeg post processing filter chains
 +
           FFmpeg post processing filter chains
 +
 
 +
Posterize video filter
 +
Posterize video by lowering the number of colors
 +
       --posterize-level=<integer [2 .. 256]>
 +
                                 Posterize level
 +
           Posterize level (number of colors is cube of this value)
 +
 
 +
Panoramix: wall with overlap video filter
 +
Split the video in multiple windows to display on a wall of screens
 +
      --panoramix-cols=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Number of columns
 +
           Select the number of horizontal video windows in which to split the
 +
           video
 +
       --panoramix-rows=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Number of rows
 +
          Select the number of vertical video windows in which to split the
 +
          video
 +
      --panoramix-bz-length=<integer [0 .. 100]>
 +
                                length of the overlapping area (in %)
 +
          Select in percent the length of the blended zone
 +
      --panoramix-bz-height=<integer [0 .. 100]>
 +
                                 height of the overlapping area (in %)
 +
           Select in percent the height of the blended zone (case of 2x2 wall)
 +
       --panoramix-attenuate, --no-panoramix-attenuate
 +
                                 Attenuation (default enabled)
 +
           Check this option if you want attenuate blended zone by this plug-in
 +
          (if option is unchecked, attenuate is made by opengl) (default
 
           enabled)
 
           enabled)
       --sout-x264-fast-pskip, --no-sout-x264-fast-pskip
+
       --panoramix-bz-begin=<integer [0 .. 100]>
                                 Early SKIP detection on P-frames (default
+
                                Attenuation, begin (in %)
                                enabled)
+
          Select in percent the Lagrange coefficient of the beginning blended
           Early SKIP detection on P-frames. (default enabled)
+
          zone
       --sout-x264-dct-decimate, --no-sout-x264-dct-decimate
+
      --panoramix-bz-middle=<integer [0 .. 100]>
                                 Coefficient thresholding on P-frames (default
+
                                 Attenuation, middle (in %)
                                enabled)
+
          Select in percent the Lagrange coefficient of the middle of blended
           Coefficient thresholding on P-frames.Eliminate dct blocks containing
+
           zone
           only a small single coefficient. (default enabled)
+
       --panoramix-bz-end=<integer [0 .. 100]>
       --sout-x264-nr=<integer [0 .. 1000]>
+
                                Attenuation, end (in %)
                                 Noise reduction
+
          Select in percent the Lagrange coefficient of the end of blended zone
           Dct-domain noise reduction. Adaptive pseudo-deadzone. 10 to 1000
+
      --panoramix-bz-middle-pos=<integer [1 .. 99]>
           seems to be a useful range.
+
                                 middle position (in %)
       --sout-x264-deadzone-inter=<integer [0 .. 32]>
+
           Select in percent (50 is center) the position of the middle point
                                 Inter luma quantization deadzone
+
           (Lagrange) of blended zone
           Set the size of the intra luma quantization deadzone. Range 0 to 32.
+
       --panoramix-bz-gamma-red=<float [0.000000 .. 5.000000]>
       --sout-x264-deadzone-intra=<integer [0 .. 32]>
+
                                 Gamma (Red) correction
                                 Intra luma quantization deadzone
+
           Select the gamma for the correction of blended zone (Red or Y
           Set the size of the intra luma quantization deadzone. Range 0 to 32.
+
           component)
       --sout-x264-non-deterministic, --no-sout-x264-non-deterministic
+
       --panoramix-bz-gamma-green=<float [0.000000 .. 5.000000]>
                                 Non-deterministic optimizations when threaded
+
                                 Gamma (Green) correction
                                (default disabled)
+
           Select the gamma for the correction of blended zone (Green or U
           Slightly improve quality of SMP, at the cost of repeatability.
+
          component)
          (default disabled)
+
       --panoramix-bz-gamma-blue=<float [0.000000 .. 5.000000]>
       --sout-x264-asm, --no-sout-x264-asm
+
                                 Gamma (Blue) correction
                                 CPU optimizations (default enabled)
+
           Select the gamma for the correction of blended zone (Blue or V
           Use assembler CPU optimizations. (default enabled)
+
          component)
       --sout-x264-psnr, --no-sout-x264-psnr
+
       --panoramix-bz-blackcrush-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
                                 PSNR computation (default disabled)
+
                                Black Crush for Red
           Compute and print PSNR stats. This has no effect on the actual
+
          Select the Black Crush of blended zone (Red or Y component)
          encoding quality. (default disabled)
+
      --panoramix-bz-blackcrush-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
       --sout-x264-ssim, --no-sout-x264-ssim
+
                                 Black Crush for Green
                                 SSIM computation (default disabled)
+
           Select the Black Crush of blended zone (Green or U component)
           Compute and print SSIM stats. This has no effect on the actual
+
       --panoramix-bz-blackcrush-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
          encoding quality. (default disabled)
+
                                 Black Crush for Blue
       --sout-x264-quiet, --no-sout-x264-quiet
+
           Select the Black Crush of blended zone (Blue or V component)
                                 Quiet mode (default disabled)
+
       --panoramix-bz-whitecrush-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           Quiet mode. (default disabled)
+
                                 White Crush for Red
       --sout-x264-sps-id=<integer>
+
           Select the White Crush of blended zone (Red or Y component)
                                 SPS and PPS id numbers
+
       --panoramix-bz-whitecrush-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           Set SPS and PPS id numbers to allow concatenating streams with
+
                                 White Crush for Green
          different settings.
+
           Select the White Crush of blended zone (Green or U component)
       --sout-x264-aud, --no-sout-x264-aud
+
       --panoramix-bz-whitecrush-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
                                 Access unit delimiters (default disabled)
+
                                 White Crush for Blue
           Generate access unit delimiter NAL units. (default disabled)
+
           Select the White Crush of blended zone (Blue or V component)
       --sout-x264-verbose, --no-sout-x264-verbose
+
       --panoramix-bz-blacklevel-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
                                 Statistics (default disabled)
+
                                 Black Level for Red
           Print stats for each frame. (default disabled)
+
           Select the Black Level of blended zone (Red or Y component)
       --sout-x264-stats=<string> Filename for 2 pass stats file
+
       --panoramix-bz-blacklevel-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           Filename for 2 pass stats file for multi-pass encoding.
+
                                 Black Level for Green
       --sout-x264-preset={ultrafast,superfast,veryfast,faster,fast,medium,slow,slower,veryslow,placebo}
+
           Select the Black Level of blended zone (Green or U component)
                                Use preset as default settings. Overridden by
+
       --panoramix-bz-blacklevel-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
                                 user settings.
+
                                 Black Level for Blue
           Use preset as default settings. Overridden by user settings.
+
           Select the Black Level of blended zone (Blue or V component)
       --sout-x264-tune={film,animation,grain,stillimage,psnr,ssim,fastdecode,zerolatency}
+
       --panoramix-bz-whitelevel-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
                                 Tune the settings for a particular type of
+
                                White Level for Red
                                source or situation. Overridden by user
+
           Select the White Level of blended zone (Red or Y component)
                                 settings.
+
       --panoramix-bz-whitelevel-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           Tune the settings for a particular type of source or situation.
+
                                 White Level for Green
          Overridden by user settings.
+
           Select the White Level of blended zone (Green or U component)
 +
       --panoramix-bz-whitelevel-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 +
                                 White Level for Blue
 +
          Select the White Level of blended zone (Blue or V component)
 +
      --panoramix-active=<string>
 +
                                 Active windows
 +
           Comma separated list of active windows, defaults to all
  
  Win32 waveOut extension output
+
  On Screen Display menu
       --waveout-float32, --no-waveout-float32
+
       --osdmenu-x=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Use float32 output (default enabled)
+
                                X coordinate
           The option allows you to enable or disable the high-quality float32
+
          You can move the OSD menu by left-clicking on it.
           audio output mode (which is not well supported by some soundcards).
+
      --osdmenu-y=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           (default enabled)
+
                                Y coordinate
       --waveout-audio-device={wavemapper}
+
          You can move the OSD menu by left-clicking on it.
                                 Select Audio Device
+
      --osdmenu-position={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
           Select special Audio device, or let windows decide (default), change
+
                                 Menu position
           needs VLC restart to apply.
+
          You can enforce the OSD menu position on the video (0=center, 1=left,
 +
          2=right, 4=top, 8=bottom, you can also use combinations of these
 +
          values, eg. 6 = top-right).
 +
      --osdmenu-file=<string>    Configuration file
 +
          Configuration file for the OSD Menu.
 +
      --osdmenu-file-path=<string>
 +
                                Path to OSD menu images
 +
           Path to the OSD menu images. This will override the path defined in
 +
          the OSD configuration file.
 +
      --osdmenu-timeout=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Menu timeout
 +
           OSD menu pictures get a default timeout of 15 seconds added to their
 +
          remaining time. This will ensure that they are at least the specified
 +
           time visible.
 +
       --osdmenu-update=<integer [0 .. 1000]>
 +
                                 Menu update interval
 +
          The default is to update the OSD menu picture every 200 ms. Shorten
 +
           the update time for environments that experience transmissions
 +
          errors. Be careful with this option as encoding OSD menu pictures is
 +
          very computing intensive. The range is 0 - 1000 ms.
 +
      --osdmenu-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 +
                                Alpha transparency value (default 255)
 +
           The transparency of the OSD menu can be changed by giving a value
 +
          between 0 and 255. A lower value specifies more transparency a higher
 +
          means less transparency. The default is being not transparent (value
 +
          255) the minimum is fully transparent (value 0).
  
  Wall video filter
+
  Motion blur filter
       --wall-cols=<integer>      Number of columns
+
       --blur-factor=<integer [1 .. 127]>
          Number of horizontal windows in which to split the video.
+
                                Blur factor (1-127)
      --wall-rows=<integer>     Number of rows
+
           The degree of blurring from 1 to 127.
          Number of vertical windows in which to split the video.
 
      --wall-active=<string>    Active windows
 
           Comma-separated list of active windows, defaults to all
 
      --wall-element-aspect=<string>
 
                                Element aspect ratio
 
          Aspect ratio of the individual displays building the wall.
 
  
  Simple DirectMedia Layer video output
+
  Mosaic video sub source
       --sdl-chroma=<string>     SDL chroma format
+
       --mosaic-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           Force the SDL renderer to use a specific chroma format instead of
+
                                Transparency
           trying to improve performances by using the most efficient one.
+
           Transparency of the mosaic foreground pictures. 0 means transparent,
 
+
           255 opaque (default).
Vorbis audio decoder
+
      --mosaic-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --sout-vorbis-quality=<integer [0 .. 10]>
+
                                Height
                                 Encoding quality
+
          Total height of the mosaic, in pixels.
           Enforce a quality between 1 (low) and 10 (high), instead of
+
       --mosaic-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           specifying a particular bitrate. This will produce a VBR stream.
+
                                 Width
       --sout-vorbis-max-bitrate=<integer>
+
           Total width of the mosaic, in pixels.
                                 Maximum encoding bitrate
+
      --mosaic-align={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
           Maximum bitrate in kbps. This is useful for streaming applications.
+
                                Mosaic alignment
      --sout-vorbis-min-bitrate=<integer>
+
          You can enforce the mosaic alignment on the video (0=center, 1=left,
                                 Minimum encoding bitrate
+
          2=right, 4=top, 8=bottom, you can also use combinations of these
           Minimum bitrate in kbps. This is useful for encoding for a fixed-size
+
           values, eg 6 = top-right).
           channel.
+
      --mosaic-xoffset=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --sout-vorbis-cbr, --no-sout-vorbis-cbr
+
                                Top left corner X coordinate
                                 CBR encoding (default disabled)
+
          X Coordinate of the top-left corner of the mosaic.
           Force a constant bitrate encoding (CBR). (default disabled)
+
      --mosaic-yoffset=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 
+
                                Top left corner Y coordinate
RTSP VoD server
+
          Y Coordinate of the top-left corner of the mosaic.
       --rtsp-host=<string>       RTSP host address
+
       --mosaic-borderw=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           This defines the address, port and path the RTSP VOD server will
+
                                Border width
          listen on.
+
          Width in pixels of the border between miniatures.
Syntax is address:port/path. The default is to listen on
+
      --mosaic-borderh=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           all interfaces (address 0.0.0.0), on port 554, with no path.
+
                                 Border height
To
+
           Height in pixels of the border between miniatures.
           listen only on the local interface, use "localhost" as address.
+
      --mosaic-position={0 (auto), 1 (fixed), 2 (offsets)}
       --rtsp-raw-mux=<string>   MUX for RAW RTSP transport
+
                                Positioning method
           MUX for RAW RTSP transport
+
          Positioning method for the mosaic. auto: automatically choose the
      --rtsp-throttle-users=<integer>
+
          best number of rows and columns. fixed: use the user-defined number
                                Maximum number of connections
+
          of rows and columns. offsets: use the user-defined offsets for each
           This limits the maximum number of clients that can connect to the
+
          image.
           RTSP VOD. 0 means no limit.
+
      --mosaic-rows=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --rtsp-session-timeout=<integer>
+
                                 Number of rows
                                 Sets the timeout option in the RTSP session
+
           Number of image rows in the mosaic (only used if positioning method
                                string
+
          is set to "fixed").
           Defines what timeout option to add to the RTSP session ID string.
+
      --mosaic-cols=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          Setting it to a negative number removes the timeout option entirely.
+
                                Number of columns
           This is needed by some IPTV STBs (such as those made by HansunTech)
+
          Number of image columns in the mosaic (only used if positioning
           which get confused by it. The default is 5.
+
           method is set to "fixed".
 +
       --mosaic-keep-aspect-ratio, --no-mosaic-keep-aspect-ratio
 +
                                 Keep aspect ratio (default disabled)
 +
           Keep the original aspect ratio when resizing mosaic elements.
 +
          (default disabled)
 +
      --mosaic-keep-picture, --no-mosaic-keep-picture
 +
                                Keep original size (default disabled)
 +
          Keep the original size of mosaic elements. (default disabled)
 +
       --mosaic-order=<string>   Elements order
 +
           You can enforce the order of the elements on the mosaic. You must
 +
           give a comma-separated list of picture ID(s).These IDs are assigned
 +
           in the "mosaic-bridge" module.
 +
       --mosaic-offsets=<string> Offsets in order
 +
           You can enforce the (x,y) offsets of the elements on the mosaic (only
 +
           used if positioning method is set to "offsets"). You must give a
 +
           comma-separated list of coordinates (eg: 10,10,150,10).
 +
       --mosaic-delay=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Delay
 +
           Pictures coming from the mosaic elements will be delayed according to
 +
           this value (in milliseconds). For high values you will need to raise
 +
           caching at input.
  
  Video memory output
+
  Mirror video filter
       --vmem-width=<integer>    Width
+
Splits video in two same parts, like in a mirror
          Video memory buffer width.
+
       --mirror-split={0 (Vertical), 1 (Horizontal)}
      --vmem-height=<integer>    Height
+
                                Mirror orientation
           Video memory buffer height.
+
           Defines orientation of the mirror splitting.    Can be vertical or
      --vmem-pitch=<integer>     Pitch
+
           horizontal
           Video memory buffer pitch in bytes.
+
       --mirror-direction={0 (Left to right/Top to bottom), 1 (Right to left/Bottom to top)}
       --vmem-chroma=<string>    Chroma
+
                                Direction
           Output chroma for the memory image as a 4-character string, eg.
+
           Direction of the mirroring
          "RV32".
 
  
  Visualizer filter
+
  Marquee display
  General:
+
Display text above the video
       --effect-list=<string>     Effects list
+
       --marq-marquee=<string>   Text
           A list of visual effect, separated by commas.
+
           Marquee text to display. (Available format strings: Time related: %Y
Current effects
+
          = year, %m = month, %d = day, %H = hour, %M = minute, %S = second,
           include: dummy, scope, spectrum, spectrometer and vuMeter.
+
           ... Meta data related: $a = artist, $b = album, $c = copyright, $d =
      --effect-width=<integer>  Video width
+
          description, $e = encoded by, $g = genre, $l = language, $n = track
           The width of the effects video window, in pixels.
+
           num, $p = now playing, $r = rating, $s = subtitles language, $t =
      --effect-height=<integer>  Video height
+
           title, $u = url, $A = date, $B = audio bitrate (in kb/s), $C =
           The height of the effects video window, in pixels.
+
           chapter,$D = duration, $F = full name with path, $I = title, $L =
  Spectrum analyser:
+
           time left, $N = name, $O = audio language, $P = position (in %), $R =
      --visual-80-bands, --no-visual-80-bands
+
          rate, $S = audio sample rate (in kHz), $T = time, $U = publisher, $V
                                More bands : 80 / 20 (default enabled)
+
           = volume, $_ = new line)  
           More bands for the spectrum analyzer : 80 if enabled else 20.
+
   Position:
           (default enabled)
+
       --marq-x=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
      --visual-peaks, --no-visual-peaks
+
                                X offset
                                Enable peaks (default enabled)
+
          X offset, from the left screen edge.
           Draw "peaks" in the spectrum analyzer. (default enabled)
+
      --marq-y=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
   Spectrometer:
+
                                 Y offset
       --spect-show-original, --no-spect-show-original
+
           Y offset, down from the top.
                                Enable original graphic spectrum (default
+
       --marq-position={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
                                 disabled)
+
                                 Marquee position
           Enable the "flat" spectrum analyzer in the spectrometer. (default
+
           You can enforce the marquee position on the video (0=center, 1=left,
          disabled)
+
          2=right, 4=top, 8=bottom, you can also use combinations of these
       --spect-show-base, --no-spect-show-base
+
           values, eg 6 = top-right).
                                 Enable base (default enabled)
+
  Font:
           Defines whether to draw the base of the bands. (default enabled)
+
       --marq-opacity=<integer [0 .. 255]>
      --spect-radius=<integer>  Base pixel radius
+
                                Opacity
           Defines radius size in pixels, of base of bands(beginning).
+
           Opacity (inverse of transparency) of overlayed text. 0 = transparent,
       --spect-sections=<integer> Spectral sections
+
          255 = totally opaque.  
           Determines how many sections of spectrum will exist.
+
       --marq-color={-268435456 (Default), 0 (Black), 8421504 (Gray), 12632256 (Silver), 16777215 (White), 8388608 (Maroon), 16711680 (Red), 16711935 (Fuchsia), 16776960 (Yellow), 8421376 (Olive), 32768 (Green), 32896 (Teal), 65280 (Lime), 8388736 (Purple), 128 (Navy), 255 (Blue), 65535 (Aqua)}
       --spect-color=<integer>    V-plane color
+
                                 Color
          YUV-Color cube shifting across the V-plane ( 0 - 127 ).
+
           Color of the text that will be rendered on the video. This must be an
      --spect-show-bands, --no-spect-show-bands
+
           hexadecimal (like HTML colors). The first two chars are for red, then
                                Enable bands (default enabled)
+
          green, then blue. #000000 = black, #FF0000 = red, #00FF00 = green,
          Draw bands in the spectrometer. (default enabled)
+
           #FFFF00 = yellow (red + green), #FFFFFF = white
      --spect-80-bands, --no-spect-80-bands
+
       --marq-size=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 More bands : 80 / 20 (default enabled)
+
                                Font size, pixels
           More bands for the spectrometer : 80 if enabled else 20. (default
+
           Font size, in pixels. Default is -1 (use default font size).
           enabled)
+
  Misc:
      --spect-separ=<integer>    Band separator
+
       --marq-timeout=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Number of blank pixels between bands.
+
                                 Timeout
       --spect-amp=<integer>     Amplification
+
           Number of milliseconds the marquee must remain displayed. Default
          This is a coefficient that modifies the height of the bands.
+
          value is 0 (remains forever).
      --spect-show-peaks, --no-spect-show-peaks
+
       --marq-refresh=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                Enable peaks (default enabled)
+
                                 Refresh period in ms
           Draw "peaks" in the spectrum analyzer. (default enabled)
+
           Number of milliseconds between string updates. This is mainly useful
       --spect-peak-width=<integer>
+
          when using meta data or time format string sequences.
                                 Peak extra width
 
           Additions or subtractions of pixels on the peak width.
 
       --spect-peak-height=<integer>
 
                                 Peak height
 
           Total pixel height of the peak items.
 
  
  VCD input
+
  Logo sub source
       --vcd-caching=<integer>   Caching value in ms
+
Use a local picture as logo on the video
           Caching value for VCDs. This value should be set in milliseconds.
+
      --logo-file=<string>      Logo filenames
 +
          Full path of the image files to use. Format is <image>[,<delay in
 +
          ms>[,<alpha>]][;<image>[,<delay>[,<alpha>]]][;...]. If you only have
 +
          one file, simply enter its filename.
 +
      --logo-x=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                X coordinate
 +
          X coordinate of the logo. You can move the logo by left-clicking it.
 +
       --logo-y=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Y coordinate
 +
          Y coordinate of the logo. You can move the logo by left-clicking it.
 +
      --logo-delay=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Logo individual image time in ms
 +
           Individual image display time of 0 - 60000 ms.
 +
      --logo-repeat=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Logo animation # of loops
 +
          Number of loops for the logo animation.-1 = continuous, 0 = disabled
 +
      --logo-opacity=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 +
                                Opacity of the logo
 +
          Logo opacity value (from 0 for full transparency to 255 for full
 +
          opacity).
 +
      --logo-position={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
 +
                                Logo position
 +
          Enforce the logo position on the video (0=center, 1=left, 2=right,
 +
          4=top, 8=bottom, you can also use combinations of these values, eg 6
 +
          = top-right).
  
  VC1 video demuxer
+
  High Quality 3D Denoiser filter
       --vc1-fps=<float>         Frames per Second
+
       --hqdn3d-luma-spat=<float [0.000000 .. 254.000000]>
           Desired frame rate for the VC-1 stream.
+
                                Spatial luma strength (0-254)
 +
          Spatial luma strength (default 4)
 +
      --hqdn3d-chroma-spat=<float [0.000000 .. 254.000000]>
 +
                                Spatial chroma strength (0-254)
 +
          Spatial chroma strength (default 3)
 +
      --hqdn3d-luma-temp=<float [0.000000 .. 254.000000]>
 +
                                Temporal luma strength (0-254)
 +
           Temporal luma strength (default 6)
 +
      --hqdn3d-chroma-temp=<float [0.000000 .. 254.000000]>
 +
                                Temporal chroma strength (0-254)
 +
          Temporal chroma strength (default 4.5)
  
  Libtwolame audio encoder
+
  Grain video filter
       --sout-twolame-quality=<float>
+
Adds filtered gaussian noise
                                Encoding quality
+
       --grain-variance=<float [0.000000 .. 10.000000]>
          Force a specific encoding quality between 0.0 (high) and 50.0 (low),
+
                                 Variance
          instead of specifying a particular bitrate. This will produce a VBR
+
           Variance of the gaussian noise
          stream.
+
       --grain-period-min=<integer [1 .. 64]>
      --sout-twolame-mode={0 (Stereo), 1 (Dual mono), 2 (Joint stereo)}
+
                                 Minimal period
                                 Stereo mode
+
           Minimal period of the noise grain in pixel
           Handling mode for stereo streams
+
       --grain-period-max=<integer [1 .. 64]>
       --sout-twolame-vbr, --no-sout-twolame-vbr
+
                                 Maximal period
                                 VBR mode (default disabled)
+
           Maximal period of the noise grain in pixel
           Use Variable BitRate. Default is to use Constant BitRate (CBR).
 
          (default disabled)
 
       --sout-twolame-psy=<integer>
 
                                 Psycho-acoustic model
 
           Integer from -1 (no model) to 4.
 
  
  MPEG Transport Stream demuxer
+
  Gradient video filter
       --ts-extra-pmt=<string>    Extra PMT
+
Apply color gradient or edge detection effects
          Allows a user to specify an extra pmt (pmt_pid=pid:stream_type[,...]).
+
       --gradient-mode={gradient,edge,hough}
      --ts-es-id-pid, --no-ts-es-id-pid
+
                                 Distort mode
                                 Set id of ES to PID (default enabled)
+
           Distort mode, one of "gradient", "edge" and "hough".
           Set the internal ID of each elementary stream handled by VLC to the
+
       --gradient-type=<integer [0 .. 1]>
          same value as the PID in the TS stream, instead of 1, 2, 3, etc.
+
                                Gradient image type
          Useful to do '#duplicate{..., select="es=<pid>"}'. (default enabled)
+
           Gradient image type (0 or 1). 0 will turn the image to white while 1
       --ts-out=<string>         Fast udp streaming
+
           will keep colors.
           Sends TS to specific ip:port by udp (you must know what you are
+
       --gradient-cartoon, --no-gradient-cartoon
          doing).
+
                                 Apply cartoon effect (default enabled)
      --ts-out-mtu=<integer>    MTU for out mode
+
           Apply cartoon effect. It is only used by "gradient" and "edge".
          MTU for out mode.
+
          (default enabled)
      --ts-csa-ck=<string>      CSA ck
+
 
          Control word for the CSA encryption algorithm
+
Gradfun video filter
      --ts-csa2-ck=<string>      CSA ck
+
Debanding algorithm
          Control word for the CSA encryption algorithm
+
       --gradfun-radius=<integer [4 .. 32]>
      --ts-csa-pkt=<integer>    Packet size in bytes to decrypt
+
                                 Radius
          Specify the size of the TS packet to decrypt. The decryption routines
+
           Radius in pixels
           subtract the TS-header from the value before decrypting.  
+
       --gradfun-strength=<float [0.510000 .. 255.000000]>
       --ts-silent, --no-ts-silent
+
                                 Strength
                                 Silent mode (default disabled)
+
           Strength used to modify the value of a pixel
           Do not complain on encrypted PES. (default disabled)
 
       --ts-dump-file=<string>   Filename of dump
 
          Specify a filename where to dump the TS in.
 
      --ts-dump-append, --no-ts-dump-append
 
                                 Append (default disabled)
 
           If the file exists and this option is selected, the existing file
 
          will not be overwritten. (default disabled)
 
       --ts-dump-size=<integer>  Dump buffer size
 
          Tweak the buffer size for reading and writing an integer number of
 
          packets.Specify the size of the buffer here and not the number of
 
          packets.
 
      --ts-split-es, --no-ts-split-es
 
                                 Separate sub-streams (default enabled)
 
           Separate teletex/dvbs pages into independent ES. It can be useful to
 
          turn off this option when using stream output. (default enabled)
 
  
  Video transformation filter
+
  Gaussian blur video filter
  Rotate or flip the video
+
Add a blurring effect
       --transform-type={90,180,270,hflip,vflip}
+
      --gaussianblur-sigma=<float>
                                 Transform type
+
                                Gaussian's std deviation
           One of '90', '180', '270', 'hflip' and 'vflip'
+
          Gaussian's standard deviation. The blurring will take into account
 +
          pixels up to 3*sigma away in any direction.
 +
 
 +
Extract RGB component video filter
 +
      --extract-component={16711680 (Red), 65280 (Green), 255 (Blue)}
 +
                                RGB component to extract
 +
          RGB component to extract. 0 for Red, 1 for Green and 2 for Blue.
 +
 
 +
Erase video filter
 +
  Remove zones of the video using a picture as mask
 +
      --erase-mask=<string>      Image mask
 +
          Image mask. Pixels with an alpha value greater than 50% will be
 +
          erased.
 +
       --erase-x=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                X coordinate
 +
          X coordinate of the mask.
 +
      --erase-y=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Y coordinate
 +
          Y coordinate of the mask.
 +
 
 +
Deinterlacing video filter
 +
      --sout-deinterlace-mode={discard,blend,mean,bob,linear,x,yadif,yadif2x,phosphor,ivtc}
 +
                                 Streaming deinterlace mode
 +
           Deinterlace method to use for streaming.
 +
      --sout-deinterlace-phosphor-chroma={1 (Latest), 2 (AltLine), 3 (Blend), 4 (Upconvert)}
 +
                                Phosphor chroma mode for 4:2:0 input
 +
          Choose handling for colours in those output frames that fall across
 +
          input frame boundaries.
  
Theora video decoder
+
Latest: take chroma from new (bright) field
      --sout-theora-quality=<integer>
+
           only. Good for interlaced input, such as videos from a camcorder.
                                Encoding quality
+
         
          Enforce a quality between 1 (low) and 10 (high), instead of
 
           specifying a particular bitrate. This will produce a VBR stream.
 
  
Video scaling filter
+
AltLine: take chroma line 1 from top field, line 2 from bottom
      --swscale-mode={0 (Fast bilinear), 1 (Bilinear), 2 (Bicubic (good quality)), 3 (Experimental), 4 (Nearest neighbour (bad quality)), 5 (Area), 6 (Luma bicubic / chroma bilinear), 7 (Gauss), 8 (SincR), 9 (Lanczos), 10 (Bicubic spline)}
+
          field, etc.
                                Scaling mode
+
Default, good for NTSC telecined input (anime DVDs,
           Scaling mode to use.
+
           etc.).  
  
Philips OGT (SVCD subtitle) decoder
+
Blend: average input field chromas. May distort the colours
      --svcdsub-debug=<integer>  Enable debug
+
          of the new (bright) field, too.
          This integer when viewed in binary is a debugging mask
 
calls       
 
                1
 
packet assembly info  2
 
  
 +
Upconvert: output in 4:2:2 format
 +
          (independent chroma for each field). Best simulation, but requires
 +
          more CPU and memory bandwidth.
 +
      --sout-deinterlace-phosphor-dimmer={1 (Off), 2 (Low), 3 (Medium), 4 (High)}
 +
                                Phosphor old field dimmer strength
 +
          This controls the strength of the darkening filter that simulates CRT
 +
          TV phosphor light decay for the old field in the Phosphor framerate
 +
          doubler. Default: Low.
  
  Text subtitles parser
+
  Video scaling filter
       --sub-fps=<float>         Frames per second
+
  Crop:
           Override the normal frames per second settings. This will only work
+
       --croppadd-croptop=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
           with MicroDVD and SubRIP (SRT) subtitles.
+
                                Pixels to crop from top
       --sub-delay=<integer>     Subtitles delay
+
           Number of pixels to crop from the top of the image.
           Apply a delay to all subtitles (in 1/10s, eg 100 means 10s).
+
      --croppadd-cropbottom=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
       --sub-type={auto,microdvd,subrip,subviewer,ssa1,ssa2-4,ass,vplayer,sami,dvdsubtitle,mpl2,aqt,pjs,mpsub,jacosub,psb,realtext,dks,subviewer1}
+
                                Pixels to crop from bottom
                                 Subtitles format
+
           Number of pixels to crop from the bottom of the image.
           Force the subtiles format. Valid values are : "microdvd", "subrip",
+
       --croppadd-cropleft=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
           "subviewer", "ssa1", "ssa2-4", "ass", "vplayer", "sami",
+
                                Pixels to crop from left
           "dvdsubtitle", "mpl2", "aqt", "pjs", "mpsub", "jacosub", "psb",
+
           Number of pixels to crop from the left of the image.
          "realtext", "dks", "subviewer1",  and "auto" (meaning autodetection,
+
       --croppadd-cropright=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
           this should always work).
+
                                 Pixels to crop from right
       --sub-description=<string> Subtitles description
+
           Number of pixels to crop from the right of the image.
           Override the default track description.
+
  Padd:
 +
      --croppadd-paddtop=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Pixels to padd to top
 +
           Number of pixels to padd to the top of the image after cropping.
 +
      --croppadd-paddbottom=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Pixels to padd to bottom
 +
           Number of pixels to padd to the bottom of the image after cropping.
 +
      --croppadd-paddleft=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Pixels to padd to left
 +
           Number of pixels to padd to the left of the image after cropping.
 +
       --croppadd-paddright=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Pixels to padd to right
 +
           Number of pixels to padd to the right of the image after cropping.
  
  Text subtitles decoder
+
  Color threshold filter
       --subsdec-align={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right)}
+
Select one color in the video
                                 Subtitles justification
+
       --colorthres-color={16711680 (Red), 16711935 (Fuchsia), 16776960 (Yellow), 65280 (Lime), 255 (Blue), 65535 (Aqua)}
           Set the justification of subtitles
+
                                 Color
      --subsdec-encoding={,UTF-8,UTF-16,UTF-16BE,UTF-16LE,GB18030,ISO-8859-15,Windows-1252,ISO-8859-2,Windows-1250,ISO-8859-3,ISO-8859-10,Windows-1251,KOI8-R,KOI8-U,ISO-8859-6,Windows-1256,ISO-8859-7,Windows-1253,ISO-8859-8,Windows-1255,ISO-8859-9,Windows-1254,ISO-8859-11,Windows-874,ISO-8859-13,Windows-1257,ISO-8859-14,ISO-8859-16,ISO-2022-CN-EXT,EUC-CN,ISO-2022-JP-2,EUC-JP,Shift_JIS,CP949,ISO-2022-KR,Big5,ISO-2022-TW,Big5-HKSCS,VISCII,Windows-1258}
+
          Colors similar to this will be kept, others will be grayscaled. This
                                 Subtitles text encoding
+
           must be an hexadecimal (like HTML colors). The first two chars are
          Set the encoding used in text subtitles
+
          for red, then green, then blue. #000000 = black, #FF0000 = red,
       --subsdec-autodetect-utf8, --no-subsdec-autodetect-utf8
+
          #00FF00 = green, #FFFF00 = yellow (red + green), #FFFFFF = white
                                 UTF-8 subtitles autodetection (default
+
      --colorthres-saturationthres=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                enabled)
+
                                Saturation threshold
           This enables automatic detection of UTF-8 encoding within subtitles
+
         
          files. (default enabled)
+
      --colorthres-similaritythres=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --subsdec-formatted, --no-subsdec-formatted
+
                                 Similarity threshold
                                Formatted Subtitles (default enabled)
+
         
           Some subtitle formats allow for text formatting. VLC partly
+
 
           implements this, but you can choose to disable all formatting.
+
Clone video filter
          (default enabled)
+
Duplicate your video to multiple windows and/or video output modules
 +
       --clone-count=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Number of clones
 +
           Number of video windows in which to clone the video.
 +
       --clone-vout-list=<string> Video output modules
 +
           You can use specific video output modules for the clones. Use a
 +
           comma-separated list of modules.
  
  Transcode stream output
+
  Canvas video filter
  Video:
+
Automatically resize and pad a video
       --sout-transcode-venc=<string>
+
       --canvas-width=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Video encoder
+
                                 Output width
           This is the video encoder module that will be used (and its
+
           Output (canvas) image width
          associated options).
+
       --canvas-height=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
       --sout-transcode-vcodec=<string>
+
                                 Output height
                                 Destination video codec
+
           Output (canvas) image height
           This is the video codec that will be used.
+
       --canvas-aspect=<string>   Output picture aspect ratio
       --sout-transcode-vb=<integer>
+
           Set the canvas' picture aspect ratio. If omitted, the canvas is
                                Video bitrate
+
           assumed to have the same SAR as the input.
           Target bitrate of the transcoded video stream.
+
       --canvas-padd, --no-canvas-padd
      --sout-transcode-scale=<float>
+
                                 Pad video (default enabled)
                                Video scaling
+
           If enabled, video will be padded to fit in canvas after scaling.
           Scale factor to apply to the video while transcoding (eg: 0.25)
+
           Otherwise, video will be cropped to fix in canvas after scaling.
      --sout-transcode-fps=<float>
+
          (default enabled)
                                Video frame-rate
+
 
          Target output frame rate for the video stream.
+
Bluescreen video filter
       --sout-transcode-hurry-up, --no-sout-transcode-hurry-up
+
This effect, also known as "greenscreen" or "chroma key" blends the "blue parts" of the foreground image of the mosaic on the background (like weather forecasts). You can choose the "key" color for blending (blue by default).
                                 Hurry up (default enabled)
+
       --bluescreen-u=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           The transcoder will drop frames if your CPU can't keep up with the
+
                                 Bluescreen U value
           encoding rate. (default enabled)
+
           "U" value for the bluescreen key color (in YUV values). From 0 to
      --sout-transcode-deinterlace, --no-sout-transcode-deinterlace
+
           255. Defaults to 120 for blue.
                                Deinterlace video (default disabled)
+
       --bluescreen-v=<integer [0 .. 255]>
          Deinterlace the video before encoding. (default disabled)
+
                                 Bluescreen V value
      --sout-transcode-deinterlace-module={deinterlace,ffmpeg-deinterlace}
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           "V" value for the bluescreen key color (in YUV values). From 0 to
                                Deinterlace module
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           255. Defaults to 90 for blue.
          Specify the deinterlace module to use.
+
       --bluescreen-ut=<integer [0 .. 255]>
       --sout-transcode-width=<integer>
+
                                 Bluescreen U tolerance
                                 Video width
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           Tolerance of the bluescreen blender on color variations for the U
           Output video width.
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           plane. A value between 10 and 20 seems sensible.
      --sout-transcode-height=<integer>
+
       --bluescreen-vt=<integer [0 .. 255]>
                                Video height
+
                                 Bluescreen V tolerance
           Output video height.
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           Tolerance of the bluescreen blender on color variations for the V
       --sout-transcode-maxwidth=<integer>
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          plane. A value between 10 and 20 seems sensible.
                                Maximum video width
+
 
          Maximum output video width.
+
Blending benchmark filter
      --sout-transcode-maxheight=<integer>
+
  Benchmarking:
                                Maximum video height
+
       --blendbench-loops=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          Maximum output video height.
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                                 Number of time to blend
      --sout-transcode-vfilter=<string>
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           The number of time the blend will be performed
                                 Video filter
+
       --blendbench-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           Video filters will be applied to the video streams (after overlays
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                                 Alpha of the blended image
           are applied). You can enter a colon-separated list of filters.
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           Alpha with which the blend image is blended
  Audio:
+
  Base image:
       --sout-transcode-aenc=<string>
+
       --blendbench-base-image=<string>
                                 Audio encoder
+
                                 Image to be blended onto
           This is the audio encoder module that will be used (and its
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           The image which will be used to blend onto
           associated options).
+
       --blendbench-base-chroma=<string>
      --sout-transcode-acodec=<string>
+
                                 Chroma for the base image
                                Destination audio codec
+
           Chroma which the base image will be loaded in
          This is the audio codec that will be used.
+
   Blend image:
       --sout-transcode-ab=<integer>
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       --blendbench-blend-image=<string>
                                 Audio bitrate
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                                 Image which will be blended
           Target bitrate of the transcoded audio stream.
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           The image blended onto the base image
      --sout-transcode-alang=<string>
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       --blendbench-blend-chroma=<string>
                                Audio Language
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                                 Chroma for the blend image
          This is the language of the audio stream.
+
           Chroma which the blend image will be loaded in
       --sout-transcode-channels=<integer>
+
 
                                 Audio channels
+
Ball video filter
           Number of audio channels in the transcoded streams.
+
Augmented reality ball game
       --sout-transcode-samplerate=<integer>
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       --ball-color={red,green,blue,white}
                                 Audio sample rate
+
                                 Ball color
           Sample rate of the transcoded audio stream (11250, 22500, 44100 or
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           Ball color
          48000).
+
       --ball-speed=<integer [1 .. 15]>
       --sout-transcode-audio-sync, --no-sout-transcode-audio-sync
+
                                 Ball speed
                                 Synchronise on audio track (default disabled)
+
           Set ball speed, the displacement value                             
           This option will drop/duplicate video frames to synchronise the video
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          in number of pixels by frame.
          track on the audio track. (default disabled)
+
       --ball-size=<integer [5 .. 30]>
       --sout-transcode-afilter=<string>
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                                 Ball size
                                 Audio filter
+
           Set ball size giving its radius in number                           
           Audio filters will be applied to the audio streams (after conversion
+
              of pixels
          filters are applied). You can enter a colon-separated list of filters.
+
       --ball-gradient-threshold=<integer [1 .. 200]>
   Overlays/Subtitles:
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                                 Gradient threshold
       --sout-transcode-senc=<string>
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           Set gradient threshold for edge computation.
                                 Subtitles encoder
+
       --ball-edge-visible, --no-ball-edge-visible
          This is the subtitles encoder module that will be used (and its
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                                 Edge visible (default enabled)
           associated options).
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           Set edge visibility. (default enabled)
       --sout-transcode-scodec=<string>
 
                                 Destination subtitles codec
 
           This is the subtitles codec that will be used.
 
       --sout-transcode-soverlay, --no-sout-transcode-soverlay
 
                                 Destination subtitles codec (default disabled)
 
           This is the subtitles codec that will be used. (default disabled)
 
       --sout-transcode-sfilter=<string>
 
                                 Overlays
 
           This allows you to add overlays (also known as "subpictures" on the
 
          transcoded video stream. The subpictures produced by the filters will
 
          be overlayed directly onto the video. You can specify a
 
          colon-separated list of subpicture modules
 
  On Screen Display:
 
       --sout-transcode-osd, --no-sout-transcode-osd
 
                                 OSD menu (default disabled)
 
           Stream the On Screen Display menu (using the osdmenu subpicture
 
          module). (default disabled)
 
  Miscellaneous:
 
       --sout-transcode-threads=<integer>
 
                                 Number of threads
 
           Number of threads used for the transcoding.
 
       --sout-transcode-high-priority, --no-sout-transcode-high-priority
 
                                 High priority (default disabled)
 
           Runs the optional encoder thread at the OUTPUT priority instead of
 
          VIDEO. (default disabled)
 
  
  Standard stream output
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  Audio Bar Graph Video sub source
       --sout-standard-access=<string>
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       --audiobargraph_v-i_values=<string>
                                 Output access method
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                                 Value of the audio channels levels
           Output method to use for the stream.
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           Value of the audio level of each channels between 0 and 1. Each level
       --sout-standard-mux=<string>
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          should be separated with ':'.
                                 Output muxer
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       --audiobargraph_v-x=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Muxer to use for the stream.
+
                                 X coordinate
       --sout-standard-dst=<string>
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           X coordinate of the bargraph.
                                 Output destination
+
       --audiobargraph_v-y=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Destination (URL) to use for the stream. Overrides path and bind
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                                 Y coordinate
          parameters
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           Y coordinate of the bargraph.
       --sout-standard-bind=<string>
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       --audiobargraph_v-transparency=<integer [0 .. 255]>
                                 address to bind to (helper setting for dst)
+
                                 Transparency of the bargraph
          address:port to bind vlc to listening incoming streams helper setting
+
          Bargraph transparency value (from 0 for full transparency to 255 for
           for dst,dst=bind+'/'+path. dst-parameter overrides this
+
           full opacity).
       --sout-standard-path=<string>
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       --audiobargraph_v-position={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
                                filename for stream (helper setting for dst)
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                                 Bargraph position
          Filename for stream helper setting for dst, dst=bind+'/'+path,
+
           Enforce the bargraph position on the video (0=center, 1=left,
          dst-parameter overrides this
+
           2=right, 4=top, 8=bottom, you can also use combinations of these
      --sout-standard-sap, --no-sout-standard-sap
+
           values, eg 6 = top-right).
                                SAP announcing (default disabled)
+
       --audiobargraph_v-alarm=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          Announce this session with SAP. (default disabled)
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                                 Alarm
      --sout-standard-name=<string>
+
           Signals a silence and displays and alert (0=no alarm, 1=alarm).
                                 Session name
+
       --audiobargraph_v-barWidth=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           This is the name of the session that will be announced in the SDP
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                                 Bar width in pixel (default : 10)
          (Session Descriptor).
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           Width in pixel of each bar in the BarGraph to be displayed (default :
      --sout-standard-group=<string>
+
           10).
                                Session groupname
+
 
           This allows you to specify a group for the session, that will be
+
AtmoLight Filter
           announced if you choose to use SAP.
+
This module allows controlling an so called AtmoLight device connected to your computer.
       --sout-standard-description=<string>
+
AtmoLight is the homegrown version of what Philips calls AmbiLight.
                                 Session description
+
If you need further information feel free to visit us at
           This allows you to give a short description with details about the
+
 
          stream, that will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
+
http://www.vdr-wiki.de/wiki/index.php/Atmo-plugin
       --sout-standard-url=<string>
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http://www.vdr-wiki.de/wiki/index.php/AtmoWin
                                 Session URL
 
           This allows you to give an URL with more details about the stream
 
          (often the website of the streaming organization), that will be
 
           announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
 
      --sout-standard-email=<string>
 
                                Session email
 
          This allows you to give a contact mail address for the stream, that
 
          will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
 
      --sout-standard-phone=<string>
 
                                Session phone number
 
          This allows you to give a contact telephone number for the stream,
 
          that will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
 
  
Stream output to memory buffer
+
You can find there detailed descriptions on how to build it for yourself and where to get the required parts.
       --sout-smem-video-prerender-callback=<string>
+
You can also have a look at pictures and some movies showing such a device in live action.
                                Video prerender callback
+
  Choose Devicetype and Connection:
          Address of the video prerender callback functionthis function will
+
       --atmo-device={0 (AtmoWin Software), 1 (Classic AtmoLight), 2 (Quattro AtmoLight), 3 (DMX), 4 (MoMoLight), 5 (fnordlicht)}
           set the buffer where render will be done
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                                Device type
      --sout-smem-audio-prerender-callback=<string>
+
           Choose your preferred hardware from the list, or choose AtmoWin
                                Audio prerender callback
+
          Software to delegate processing to the external process - with more
           Address of the audio prerender callback function.this function will
+
          options
           set the buffer where render will be done
+
      --atmo-serialdev=<string> Serial Port/Device
       --sout-smem-video-postrender-callback=<string>
+
           Name of the serial port where the AtmoLight controller is attached
                                Video postrender callback
+
          to.
          Address of the video postrender callback function.this function will
+
On Windows usually something like COM1 or COM2. On Linux
           be called when the render is into the buffer
+
           /dev/ttyS01 f.e.
       --sout-smem-audio-postrender-callback=<string>
+
       --atmo-atmowinexe=<string> Filename of AtmoWin*.exe
                                 Audio postrender callback
+
           if you want the AtmoLight control software to be launched by VLC,
          Address of the audio postrender callback function.this function will
+
          enter the complete path of AtmoWinA.exe here.
           be called when the render is into the buffer
+
  Illuminate the room with this color on pause:
       --sout-smem-video-data=<string>
+
       --atmo-usepausecolor, --no-atmo-usepausecolor
                                 Video Callback data
+
                                 Color when paused (default disabled)
           Data for the video callback function.
+
          Set the color to show if the user pauses the video. (Have light to
       --sout-smem-audio-data=<string>
+
           get another beer?) (default disabled)
                                 Audio callback data
+
       --atmo-pcolor-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           Data for the video callback function.
+
                                 Pause-Red
       --sout-smem-time-sync, --no-sout-smem-time-sync
+
           Red component of the pause color
                                Time Synchronized output (default enabled)
+
       --atmo-pcolor-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
          Time Synchronisation option for output. If true, stream will render
+
                                 Pause-Green
          as usual, else it will be rendered as fast as possible. (default
+
           Green component of the pause color
           enabled)
+
       --atmo-pcolor-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 
+
                                Pause-Blue
RTP stream output
+
          Blue component of the pause color
       --sout-rtp-dst=<string>    Destination
+
      --atmo-fadesteps=<integer [1 .. 250]>
           This is the output URL that will be used.
+
                                Pause-Fadesteps
       --sout-rtp-sdp=<string>   SDP
+
          Number of steps to change current color to pause color (each step
           This allows you to specify how the SDP (Session Descriptor) for this
+
          takes 40ms)
          RTP session will be made available. You must use an url:
+
  Illuminate the room with this color on shutdown:
           http://location to access the SDP via HTTP, rtsp://location for RTSP
+
      --atmo-ecolor-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           access, and sap:// for the SDP to be announced via SAP.
+
                                End-Red
       --sout-rtp-mux=<string>   Muxer
+
           Red component of the shutdown color
          This allows you to specify the muxer used for the streaming output.
+
       --atmo-ecolor-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           Default is to use no muxer (standard RTP stream).
+
                                End-Green
       --sout-rtp-sap, --no-sout-rtp-sap
+
           Green component of the shutdown color
                                SAP announcing (default disabled)
+
       --atmo-ecolor-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
          Announce this session with SAP. (default disabled)
+
                                End-Blue
       --sout-rtp-name=<string>   Session name
+
           Blue component of the shutdown color
          This is the name of the session that will be announced in the SDP
+
      --atmo-efadesteps=<integer [1 .. 250]>
           (Session Descriptor).
+
                                End-Fadesteps
       --sout-rtp-description=<string>
+
           Number of steps to change current color to end color for dimming up
                                 Session description
+
           the light in cinema style... (each step takes 40ms)
           This allows you to give a short description with details about the
+
  DMX options:
           stream, that will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
+
       --atmo-dmx-channels=<integer [1 .. 64]>
       --sout-rtp-url=<string>   Session URL
+
                                Count of AtmoLight channels
          This allows you to give an URL with more details about the stream
+
           How many AtmoLight channels, should be emulated with that DMX device
           (often the website of the streaming organization), that will be
+
       --atmo-dmx-chbase=<string> DMX address for each channel
          announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
+
          Define here the DMX base address for each channel use , or ; to
       --sout-rtp-email=<string> Session email
+
          separate the values
           This allows you to give a contact mail address for the stream, that
+
  MoMoLight options:
          will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
+
       --atmo-momo-channels=<integer [3 .. 4]>
       --sout-rtp-phone=<string> Session phone number
+
                                Count of channels
          This allows you to give a contact telephone number for the stream,
+
           Depending on your MoMoLight hardware choose 3 or 4 channels
           that will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
+
  fnordlicht options:
       --sout-rtp-proto={dccp,sctp,tcp,udp,udplite}
+
       --atmo-fnordlicht-amount=<integer [1 .. 254]>
                                Transport protocol
+
                                 Count of fnordlicht's
          This selects which transport protocol to use for RTP.
+
           Depending on the amount your fnordlicht hardware choose 1 to 254
      --sout-rtp-port=<integer>  Port
+
           channels
           This allows you to specify the base port for the RTP streaming.
+
  Zone Layout for the build-in Atmo:
      --sout-rtp-port-audio=<integer>
+
       --atmo-zones-top=<integer [0 .. 16]>
                                 Audio port
+
                                Number of zones on top
           This allows you to specify the default audio port for the RTP
+
           Number of zones on the top of the screen
           streaming.
+
       --atmo-zones-bottom=<integer [0 .. 16]>
       --sout-rtp-port-video=<integer>
+
                                Number of zones on bottom
                                 Video port
+
           Number of zones on the bottom of the screen
           This allows you to specify the default video port for the RTP
+
       --atmo-zones-lr=<integer [0 .. 16]>
          streaming.
+
                                Zones on left / right side
      --sout-rtp-ttl=<integer>   Hop limit (TTL)
+
           left and right side having always the same number of zones
           This is the hop limit (also known as "Time-To-Live" or TTL) of the
+
       --atmo-zone-summary, --no-atmo-zone-summary
           multicast packets sent by the stream output (-1 = use operating
+
                                Calculate a average zone (default disabled)
           system built-in default).
+
           it contains the average of all pixels in the sample image (only
       --sout-rtp-rtcp-mux, --no-sout-rtp-rtcp-mux
+
          useful for single channel AtmoLight) (default disabled)
                                RTP/RTCP multiplexing (default disabled)
+
  Settings for the built-in Live Video Processor only:
           This sends and receives RTCP packet multiplexed over the same port as
+
      --atmo-edgeweightning=<integer [1 .. 30]>
           RTP packets. (default disabled)
+
                                 Edge Weightning
      --sout-rtp-caching=<integer>
+
           Increasing this value will result in color more depending on the
                                 Caching value (ms)
+
           border of the frame.
           Default caching value for outbound RTP streams. This value should be
+
       --atmo-brightness=<integer [50 .. 300]>
           set in milliseconds.
+
                                 Brightness
       --sout-rtp-key=<string>   SRTP key (hexadecimal)
+
           Overall brightness of your LED stripes
           RTP packets will be integrity-protected and ciphered with this Secure
+
      --atmo-darknesslimit=<integer [0 .. 10]>
          RTP master shared secret key.
+
                                Darkness Limit
       --sout-rtp-salt=<string>  SRTP salt (hexadecimal)
+
           Pixels with a saturation lower than this will be ignored. Should be
           Secure RTP requires a (non-secret) master salt value.
+
           greater than one for letterboxed videos.
       --sout-rtp-mp4a-latm, --no-sout-rtp-mp4a-latm
+
      --atmo-huewinsize=<integer [0 .. 5]>
                                 MP4A LATM (default disabled)
+
                                Hue windowing
           This allows you to stream MPEG4 LATM audio streams (see RFC3016).
+
           Used for statistics.
           (default disabled)
+
       --atmo-satwinsize=<integer [0 .. 5]>
 
+
                                Sat windowing
Record stream output
+
          Used for statistics.
       --sout-record-dst-prefix=<string>
+
      --atmo-filtermode={0 (No Filtering), 1 (Combined), 2 (Percent)}
                                Destination prefix
+
                                Output Color filter mode
          Prefix of the destination file automatically generated
+
           defines the how the output color should be calculated based on
 
+
           previous color
Remote Audio Output Protocol stream output
+
      --atmo-meanlength=<integer [300 .. 5000]>
      --sout-raop-host=<string>  Host
+
                                 Filter length (ms)
          Hostname or IP address of target device
+
           Time it takes until a color is completely changed. This prevents
       --sout-raop-password=<string>
+
           flickering.
                                Password
+
       --atmo-meanthreshold=<integer [1 .. 100]>
          Password for target device.
+
                                Filter threshold
      --sout-raop-password-file=<string>
+
           How much a color has to be changed for an immediate color change.
                                 Password file
+
       --atmo-percentnew=<integer [1 .. 100]>
           Read password for target device from file.
+
                                Filter Smoothness (in %)
       --sout-raop-volume=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
           Filter Smoothness
                                Volume
+
       --atmo-framedelay=<integer [0 .. 200]>
          Output volume for analog output: 0 for silence, 1..255 from almost
+
                                 Frame delay (ms)
           silent to very loud.
+
           Helps to get the video output and the light effects in sync. Values
 
+
           around 20ms should do the trick.
Mosaic bridge stream output
+
  Change channel assignment (fixes wrong wiring):
       --sout-mosaic-bridge-id=<string>
+
       --atmo-channel_0={-1 (disabled), 4 (Zone 4:summary), 3 (Zone 3:left), 1 (Zone 1:right), 0 (Zone 0:top), 2 (Zone 2:bottom)}
                                ID
+
                                Channel 0: summary
          Specify an identifier string for this subpicture
+
          Maps the hardware channel X to logical zone Y to fix wrong wiring :-)
      --sout-mosaic-bridge-width=<integer>
+
       --atmo-channel_1={-1 (disabled), 4 (Zone 4:summary), 3 (Zone 3:left), 1 (Zone 1:right), 0 (Zone 0:top), 2 (Zone 2:bottom)}
                                Video width
+
                                 Channel 1: left
          Output video width.
+
           Maps the hardware channel X to logical zone Y to fix wrong wiring :-)
      --sout-mosaic-bridge-height=<integer>
+
       --atmo-channel_2={-1 (disabled), 4 (Zone 4:summary), 3 (Zone 3:left), 1 (Zone 1:right), 0 (Zone 0:top), 2 (Zone 2:bottom)}
                                 Video height
+
                                Channel 2: right
           Output video height.
+
           Maps the hardware channel X to logical zone Y to fix wrong wiring :-)
       --sout-mosaic-bridge-sar=<string>
+
       --atmo-channel_3={-1 (disabled), 4 (Zone 4:summary), 3 (Zone 3:left), 1 (Zone 1:right), 0 (Zone 0:top), 2 (Zone 2:bottom)}
                                Sample aspect ratio
+
                                 Channel 3: top
          Sample aspect ratio of the destination (1:1, 3:4, 2:3).
+
           Maps the hardware channel X to logical zone Y to fix wrong wiring :-)
      --sout-mosaic-bridge-chroma=<string>
+
       --atmo-channel_4={-1 (disabled), 4 (Zone 4:summary), 3 (Zone 3:left), 1 (Zone 1:right), 0 (Zone 0:top), 2 (Zone 2:bottom)}
                                Image chroma
+
                                Channel 4: bottom
           Force the use of a specific chroma. Use YUVA if you're planning to
+
          Maps the hardware channel X to logical zone Y to fix wrong wiring :-)
           use the Alphamask or Bluescreen video filter.
+
      --atmo-channels=<string>   Channel / Zone Assignment
      --sout-mosaic-bridge-vfilter=<string>
+
          for devices with more than five channels / zones write down here for
                                Video filter
+
           each channel the zone number to show and separate the values with ,
           Video filters will be applied to the video stream.
+
           or ; and use -1 to not use some channels. For the classic AtmoLight
      --sout-mosaic-bridge-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
          the sequence 4,3,1,0,2 would set the default channel/zone mapping.
                                Transparency
+
           Having only two zones on top, and one zone on left and right and no
          Transparency of the mosaic picture.
+
          summary zone the mapping for classic AtmoLight would be -1,3,2,1,0
       --sout-mosaic-bridge-x=<integer>
+
  Adjust the white light to your LED stripes:
                                 X offset
+
       --atmo-whiteadj, --no-atmo-whiteadj
           X coordinate of the upper left corner in the mosaic if non negative.
+
                                 Use Software White adjust (default enabled)
       --sout-mosaic-bridge-y=<integer>
+
           Should the buildin driver do a white adjust or your LED stripes?
                                 Y offset
+
          recommend. (default enabled)
           Y coordinate of the upper left corner in the mosaic if non negative.
+
       --atmo-white-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 
+
                                 White Red
Elementary stream output
+
           Red value of a pure white on your LED stripes.
  Generic:
+
       --atmo-white-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
       --sout-es-access=<string>  Output access method
+
                                White Green
           This is the default output access method that will be used.
+
           Green value of a pure white on your LED stripes.
       --sout-es-mux=<string>    Output muxer
+
       --atmo-white-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           This is the default muxer method that will be used.
+
                                White Blue
       --sout-es-dst=<string>     Output URL
+
           Blue value of a pure white on your LED stripes.
          This is the default output URI.
+
  Change gradients:
  Audio:
+
       --atmo-gradient_zone_0=<string>
       --sout-es-access-audio=<string>
+
                                Zone 0: Top gradient
                                 Audio output access method
+
          Defines a small bitmap with 64x48 pixels, containing a grayscale
           This is the output access method that will be used for audio.
+
          gradient
       --sout-es-mux-audio=<string>
+
       --atmo-gradient_zone_1=<string>
                                 Audio output muxer
+
                                 Zone 1: Right gradient
           This is the muxer that will be used for audio.
+
           Defines a small bitmap with 64x48 pixels, containing a grayscale
       --sout-es-dst-audio=<string>
+
          gradient
                                 Audio output URL
+
       --atmo-gradient_zone_2=<string>
           This is the output URI that will be used for audio.
+
                                 Zone 2: Bottom gradient
  Video:
+
          Defines a small bitmap with 64x48 pixels, containing a grayscale
       --sout-es-access-video=<string>
+
           gradient
                                 Video output access method
+
       --atmo-gradient_zone_3=<string>
           This is the output access method that will be used for video.
+
                                 Zone 3: Left gradient
       --sout-es-mux-video=<string>
+
           Defines a small bitmap with 64x48 pixels, containing a grayscale
                                 Video output muxer
+
          gradient
           This is the muxer that will be used for video.
+
       --atmo-gradient_zone_4=<string>
       --sout-es-dst-video=<string>
+
                                 Zone 4: Summary gradient
                                 Video output URL
+
          Defines a small bitmap with 64x48 pixels, containing a grayscale
           This is the output URI that will be used for video.
+
           gradient
 +
       --atmo-gradient_path=<string>
 +
                                 Gradient bitmap searchpath
 +
          Now preferred option to assign gradient bitmaps, put them as
 +
           zone_0.bmp, zone_1.bmp etc. into one folder and set the foldername
 +
          here
 +
       --atmo-width=<integer [64 .. 512]>
 +
                                 Extracted Image Width
 +
           The width of the mini image for further processing (64 is default)
 +
      --atmo-height=<integer [48 .. 384]>
 +
                                Extracted Image Height
 +
          The height of the mini image for further processing (48 is default)
 +
      --atmo-showdots, --no-atmo-showdots
 +
                                Mark analyzed pixels (default disabled)
 +
          makes the sample grid visible on screen as white pixels (default
 +
          disabled)
  
  Display stream output
+
  antiflicker video filter
       --sout-display-audio, --no-sout-display-audio
+
       --antiflicker-window-size=<integer [0 .. 100]>
                                Enable audio (default enabled)
+
                                 Window size
          Enable/disable audio rendering. (default enabled)
+
           Number of frames (0 to 100)
      --sout-display-video, --no-sout-display-video
+
       --antiflicker-softening-size=<integer [0 .. 31]>
                                 Enable video (default enabled)
+
                                 Softening value
           Enable/disable video rendering. (default enabled)
+
           Number of frames consider for smoothening (0 to 30)
       --sout-display-delay=<integer>
 
                                 Delay
 
           Introduces a delay in the display of the stream.
 
  
  Bridge stream output
+
  Alpha mask video filter
  Bridge out:
+
Use an image's alpha channel as a transparency mask.
      --sout-bridge-out-id=<integer>
+
       --alphamask-mask=<string>  Transparency mask
                                ID
+
           Alpha blending transparency mask. Uses a png alpha channel.
          Integer identifier for this elementary stream. This will be used to
 
          "find" this stream later.
 
      --sout-bridge-out-in-name=<string>
 
                                Destination bridge-in name
 
          Name of the destination bridge-in. If you do not need more than one
 
          bridge-in at a time, you can discard this option.
 
  Bridge in:
 
       --sout-bridge-in-delay=<integer>
 
                                Delay
 
          Pictures coming from the picture video outputs will be delayed
 
          according to this value (in milliseconds, should be >= 100 ms). For
 
          high values, you will need to raise caching values.
 
      --sout-bridge-in-id-offset=<integer>
 
                                ID Offset
 
          Offset to add to the stream IDs specified in bridge_out to obtain the
 
          stream IDs bridge_in will register.
 
      --sout-bridge-in-name=<string>
 
                                Name of current instance
 
          Name of this bridge-in instance. If you do not need more than one
 
          bridge-in at a time, you can discard this option.
 
      --sout-bridge-in-placeholder, --no-sout-bridge-in-placeholder
 
                                Fallback to placeholder stream when out of
 
                                data (default disabled)
 
          If set to true, the bridge will discard all input elementary streams
 
          except if it doesn't receive data from another bridge-in. This can be
 
          used to configure a place holder stream when the real source breaks.
 
          Source and placeholder streams should have the same format. (default
 
           disabled)
 
      --sout-bridge-in-placeholder-delay=<integer>
 
                                Placeholder delay
 
          Delay (in ms) before the placeholder kicks in.
 
      --sout-bridge-in-placeholder-switch-on-iframe, --no-sout-bridge-in-placeholder-switch-on-iframe
 
                                Wait for I frame before toggling placholder
 
                                (default enabled)
 
          If enabled, switching between the placeholder and the normal stream
 
          will only occur on I frames. This will remove artifacts on stream
 
          switching at the expense of a slightly longer delay, depending on the
 
          frequence of I frames in the streams. (default enabled)
 
  
  DVD subtitles decoder
+
  Image properties filter
       --dvdsub-transparency, --no-dvdsub-transparency
+
       --contrast=<float [0.000000 .. 2.000000]>
                                 Disable DVD subtitle transparency (default
+
                                Image contrast (0-2)
                                disabled)
+
          Set the image contrast, between 0 and 2. Defaults to 1.
           Removes all transparency effects used in DVD subtitles. (default
+
      --brightness=<float [0.000000 .. 2.000000]>
 +
                                Image brightness (0-2)
 +
          Set the image brightness, between 0 and 2. Defaults to 1.
 +
      --hue=<integer [0 .. 360]> Image hue (0-360)
 +
          Set the image hue, between 0 and 360. Defaults to 0.
 +
      --saturation=<float [0.000000 .. 3.000000]>
 +
                                Image saturation (0-3)
 +
          Set the image saturation, between 0 and 3. Defaults to 1.
 +
      --gamma=<float [0.010000 .. 10.000000]>
 +
                                Image gamma (0-10)
 +
          Set the image gamma, between 0.01 and 10. Defaults to 1.
 +
      --brightness-threshold, --no-brightness-threshold
 +
                                 Brightness threshold (default disabled)
 +
           When this mode is enabled, pixels will be shown as black or white.
 +
          The threshold value will be the brightness defined below. (default
 
           disabled)
 
           disabled)
  
  Speex audio decoder
+
  Freetype2 font renderer
       --sout-speex-mode={0 (Narrow-band (8kHz)), 1 (Wide-band (16kHz)), 2 (Ultra-wideband (32kHz))}
+
       --freetype-font=<string>  Font
                                 Mode
+
          Font family for the font you want to use
           Enforce the mode of the encoder.
+
      --freetype-fontsize=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --sout-speex-complexity=<integer [1 .. 10]>
+
                                Font size in pixels
                                 Encoding complexity
+
          This is the default size of the fonts that will be rendered on the
           Enforce the complexity of the encoder.
+
          video. If set to something different than 0 this option will override
       --sout-speex-cbr, --no-sout-speex-cbr
+
          the relative font size.
                                 CBR encoding (default disabled)
+
      --freetype-rel-fontsize={20 (Smaller), 18 (Small), 16 (Normal), 12 (Large), 6 (Larger)}
          Enforce a constant bitrate encoding (CBR) instead of default variable
+
                                 Relative font size
          bitrate encoding (VBR). (default disabled)
+
           This is the relative default size of the fonts that will be rendered
       --sout-speex-quality=<float [0.000000 .. 10.000000]>
+
          on the video. If absolute font size is set, relative size will be
                                 Encoding quality
+
          overridden.
          Enforce a quality between 0 (low) and 10 (high).
+
       --freetype-opacity=<integer [0 .. 255]>
       --sout-speex-max-bitrate=<integer>
+
                                 Text opacity
                                 Maximal bitrate
+
          The opacity (inverse of transparency) of the text that will be
          Enforce the maximal VBR bitrate
+
           rendered on the video. 0 = transparent, 255 = totally opaque.
       --sout-speex-vad, --no-sout-speex-vad
+
      --freetype-color={0 (Black), 8421504 (Gray), 12632256 (Silver), 16777215 (White), 8388608 (Maroon), 16711680 (Red), 16711935 (Fuchsia), 16776960 (Yellow), 8421376 (Olive), 32768 (Green), 32896 (Teal), 65280 (Lime), 8388736 (Purple), 128 (Navy), 255 (Blue), 65535 (Aqua)}
                                 Voice activity detection (default enabled)
+
                                Text default color
          Enable voice activity detection (VAD). It is automatically activated
+
          The color of the text that will be rendered on the video. This must
          in VBR mode. (default enabled)
+
          be an hexadecimal (like HTML colors). The first two chars are for
       --sout-speex-dtx, --no-sout-speex-dtx
+
          red, then green, then blue. #000000 = black, #FF0000 = red, #00FF00 =
                                 Discontinuous Transmission (default disabled)
+
          green, #FFFF00 = yellow (red + green), #FFFFFF = white
           Enable discontinuous transmission (DTX). (default disabled)
+
       --freetype-bold, --no-freetype-bold
 +
                                 Force bold (default disabled)
 +
      --freetype-background-opacity=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 +
                                Background opacity
 +
      --freetype-background-color={0 (Black), 8421504 (Gray), 12632256 (Silver), 16777215 (White), 8388608 (Maroon), 16711680 (Red), 16711935 (Fuchsia), 16776960 (Yellow), 8421376 (Olive), 32768 (Green), 32896 (Teal), 65280 (Lime), 8388736 (Purple), 128 (Navy), 255 (Blue), 65535 (Aqua)}
 +
                                Background color
 +
       --freetype-outline-opacity=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 +
                                 Outline opacity
 +
      --freetype-outline-color={0 (Black), 8421504 (Gray), 12632256 (Silver), 16777215 (White), 8388608 (Maroon), 16711680 (Red), 16711935 (Fuchsia), 16776960 (Yellow), 8421376 (Olive), 32768 (Green), 32896 (Teal), 65280 (Lime), 8388736 (Purple), 128 (Navy), 255 (Blue), 65535 (Aqua)}
 +
                                Outline color
 +
       --freetype-outline-thickness={0 (None), 2 (Thin), 4 (Normal), 6 (Thick)}
 +
                                Outline thickness
 +
      --freetype-shadow-opacity=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 +
                                 Shadow opacity
 +
       --freetype-shadow-color={0 (Black), 8421504 (Gray), 12632256 (Silver), 16777215 (White), 8388608 (Maroon), 16711680 (Red), 16711935 (Fuchsia), 16776960 (Yellow), 8421376 (Olive), 32768 (Green), 32896 (Teal), 65280 (Lime), 8388736 (Purple), 128 (Navy), 255 (Blue), 65535 (Aqua)}
 +
                                Shadow color
 +
      --freetype-shadow-angle=<float [-360.000000 .. 360.000000]>
 +
                                 Shadow angle
 +
      --freetype-shadow-distance=<float [0.000000 .. 1.000000]>
 +
                                Shadow distance
 +
       --freetype-yuvp, --no-freetype-yuvp
 +
                                 Use YUVP renderer (default disabled)
 +
           This renders the font using "paletized YUV". This option is only
 +
          needed if you want to encode into DVB subtitles (default disabled)
  
  Audio Spatializer
+
  Transcode stream output
      --spatializer-roomsize=<float>
+
  Video:
                                Room size
+
       --sout-transcode-venc=<string>
          Defines the virtual surface of the room emulated by the filter.
+
                                Video encoder
       --spatializer-width=<float>
+
           This is the video encoder module that will be used (and its
                                Room width
+
           associated options).
          Width of the virtual room
+
       --sout-transcode-vcodec=<string>
      --spatializer-wet=<float>  Wet
+
                                 Destination video codec
      --spatializer-dry=<float>  Dry
+
           This is the video codec that will be used.
      --spatializer-damp=<float> Damp
+
       --sout-transcode-vb=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 
+
                                 Video bitrate
Skinnable Interface
+
           Target bitrate of the transcoded video stream.
      --skins2-last=<string>     Skin to use
+
       --sout-transcode-scale=<float>
          Path to the skin to use.
+
                                Video scaling
      --skins2-config=<string>  Config of last used skin
+
           Scale factor to apply to the video while transcoding (eg: 0.25)
           Windows configuration of the last skin used. This option is updated
+
       --sout-transcode-fps=<float>
          automatically, do not touch it.
+
                                Video frame-rate
      --skins2-systray, --no-skins2-systray
+
           Target output frame rate for the video stream.
                                Systray icon (default disabled)
+
       --sout-transcode-hurry-up, --no-sout-transcode-hurry-up
          Show a systray icon for VLC (default disabled)
+
                                 Hurry up (default enabled)
      --skins2-taskbar, --no-skins2-taskbar
+
           The transcoder will drop frames if your CPU can't keep up with the
                                Show VLC on the taskbar (default enabled)
+
          encoding rate. (default enabled)
           Show VLC on the taskbar (default enabled)
+
       --sout-transcode-deinterlace, --no-sout-transcode-deinterlace
      --skins2-transparency, --no-skins2-transparency
+
                                 Deinterlace video (default disabled)
                                Enable transparency effects (default disabled)
+
           Deinterlace the video before encoding. (default disabled)
          You can disable all transparency effects if you want. This is mainly
+
       --sout-transcode-deinterlace-module={deinterlace,ffmpeg-deinterlace}
          useful when moving windows does not behave correctly. (default
+
                                 Deinterlace module
          disabled)
+
           Specify the deinterlace module to use.
       --skinned-playlist, --no-skinned-playlist
+
       --sout-transcode-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                Use a skinned playlist (default enabled)
+
                                 Video width
          Use a skinned playlist (default enabled)
+
           Output video width.
      --skinned-video, --no-skinned-video
+
       --sout-transcode-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Display video in a skinned window if any
+
                                 Video height
                                (default enabled)
+
           Output video height.
           When set to 'no', this parameter is intended to give old skins a
+
       --sout-transcode-maxwidth=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          chance to play back video even though no video tag is implemented
+
                                 Maximum video width
          (default enabled)
+
           Maximum output video width.
 
+
       --sout-transcode-maxheight=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
Sharpen video filter
+
                                 Maximum video height
Augment contrast between contours.
+
           Maximum output video height.
       --sharpen-sigma=<float [0.000000 .. 2.000000]>
+
       --sout-transcode-vfilter=<string>
                                 Sharpen strength (0-2)
+
                                 Video filter
           Set the Sharpen strength, between 0 and 2. Defaults to 0.05.
+
           Video filters will be applied to the video streams (after overlays
 
+
           are applied). You can enter a colon-separated list of filters.
Screen Input
+
  Audio:
       --screen-caching=<integer> Caching value in ms
+
       --sout-transcode-aenc=<string>
          Caching value for screen capture. This value should be set in
+
                                 Audio encoder
           milliseconds.
+
           This is the audio encoder module that will be used (and its
       --screen-fps=<float>       Frame rate
+
           associated options).
           Desired frame rate for the capture.
+
       --sout-transcode-acodec=<string>
       --screen-top=<integer>    Subscreen top left corner
+
                                 Destination audio codec
          Top coordinate of the subscreen top left corner.
+
           This is the audio codec that will be used.
      --screen-left=<integer>    Subscreen top left corner
+
       --sout-transcode-ab=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          Left coordinate of the subscreen top left corner.
+
                                 Audio bitrate
      --screen-width=<integer>  Subscreen width
+
           Target bitrate of the transcoded audio stream.
          Subscreen width
+
       --sout-transcode-alang=<string>
      --screen-height=<integer>  Subscreen height
+
                                 Audio Language
          Subscreen height
+
           This is the language of the audio stream.
      --screen-follow-mouse, --no-screen-follow-mouse
+
       --sout-transcode-channels=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Follow the mouse (default disabled)
+
                                 Audio channels
           Follow the mouse when capturing a subscreen. (default disabled)
+
           Number of audio channels in the transcoded streams.
       --screen-mouse-image=<string>
+
       --sout-transcode-samplerate=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                Mouse pointer image
+
                                 Audio sample rate
          If specified, will use the image to draw the mouse pointer on the
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           Sample rate of the transcoded audio stream (11250, 22500, 44100 or
          capture.
+
           48000).
      --screen-fragment-size=<integer>
+
       --sout-transcode-audio-sync, --no-sout-transcode-audio-sync
                                 Capture fragment size
+
                                 Synchronise on audio track (default disabled)
           Optimize the capture by fragmenting the screen in chunks of
+
           This option will drop/duplicate video frames to synchronise the video
          predefined height (16 might be a good value, and 0 means disabled).
+
           track on the audio track. (default disabled)
 
+
       --sout-transcode-afilter=<string>
Schroedinger video decoder
+
                                 Audio filter
       --sout-schro-rate_control={constant_noise_threshold,constant_bitrate,low_delay,lossless,constant_lambda,constant_error,constant_quality}
+
           Audio filters will be applied to the audio streams (after conversion
                                 rate_control
+
           filters are applied). You can enter a colon-separated list of filters.
           rate_control
+
  Overlays/Subtitles:
       --sout-schro-bitrate=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
+
       --sout-transcode-senc=<string>
                                 bitrate
+
                                 Subtitles encoder
           bitrate
+
           This is the subtitles encoder module that will be used (and its
       --sout-schro-max_bitrate=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
+
           associated options).
                                 max_bitrate
+
       --sout-transcode-scodec=<string>
           max_bitrate
+
                                 Destination subtitles codec
       --sout-schro-min_bitrate=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
+
           This is the subtitles codec that will be used.
                                 min_bitrate
+
       --sout-transcode-soverlay, --no-sout-transcode-soverlay
           min_bitrate
+
                                 Destination subtitles codec (default disabled)
       --sout-schro-buffer_size=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
+
           This is the subtitles codec that will be used. (default disabled)
                                buffer_size
+
       --sout-transcode-sfilter=<string>
          buffer_size
+
                                 Overlays
      --sout-schro-buffer_level=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
+
           This allows you to add overlays (also known as "subpictures" on the
                                 buffer_level
+
          transcoded video stream. The subpictures produced by the filters will
           buffer_level
+
          be overlayed directly onto the video. You can specify a
      --sout-schro-quality=<float [0.000000 .. 10.000000]>
+
           colon-separated list of subpicture modules
                                quality
+
  On Screen Display:
          quality
+
       --sout-transcode-osd, --no-sout-transcode-osd
       --sout-schro-noise_threshold=<float [0.000000 .. 100.000000]>
+
                                 OSD menu (default disabled)
                                 noise_threshold
+
           Stream the On Screen Display menu (using the osdmenu subpicture
           noise_threshold
+
           module). (default disabled)
      --sout-schro-gop_structure={adaptive,intra_only,backref,chained_backref,biref,chained_biref}
+
  Miscellaneous:
                                gop_structure
+
       --sout-transcode-threads=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           gop_structure
+
                                 Number of threads
      --sout-schro-queue_depth=<integer [1 .. 40]>
+
           Number of threads used for the transcoding.
                                queue_depth
+
       --sout-transcode-high-priority, --no-sout-transcode-high-priority
          queue_depth
+
                                 High priority (default disabled)
      --sout-schro-perceptual_weighting={none,ccir959,moo,manos_sakrison}
+
           Runs the optional encoder thread at the OUTPUT priority instead of
                                perceptual_weighting
+
           VIDEO. (default disabled)
          perceptual_weighting
 
       --sout-schro-perceptual_distance=<float [0.000000 .. 100.000000]>
 
                                 perceptual_distance
 
           perceptual_distance
 
      --sout-schro-filtering={none,center_weighted_median,gaussian,add_noise,adaptive_gaussian,lowpass}
 
                                filtering
 
           filtering
 
      --sout-schro-filter_value=<float [0.000000 .. 100.000000]>
 
                                filter_value
 
          filter_value
 
       --sout-schro-profile=<integer>
 
                                 profile
 
           profile
 
      --sout-schro-force_profile={auto,vc2_low_delay,vc2_simple,vc2_main,main}
 
                                force_profile
 
          force_profile
 
       --sout-schro-level=<integer>
 
                                level
 
          level
 
      --sout-schro-max_refs=<integer [1 .. 4]>
 
                                max_refs
 
          max_refs
 
      --sout-schro-open_gop, --no-sout-schro-open_gop
 
                                open_gop (default enabled)
 
          open_gop (default enabled)
 
      --sout-schro-au_distance=<integer [1 .. 2147483647]>
 
                                 au_distance
 
           au_distance
 
       --sout-schro-enable_psnr, --no-sout-schro-enable_psnr
 
                                enable_psnr (default disabled)
 
          enable_psnr (default disabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_ssim, --no-sout-schro-enable_ssim
 
                                enable_ssim (default disabled)
 
          enable_ssim (default disabled)
 
      --sout-schro-transform_depth=<integer [0 .. 6]>
 
                                 transform_depth
 
           transform_depth
 
       --sout-schro-intra_wavelet={desl_dubuc_9_7,le_gall_5_3,desl_dubuc_13_7,haar_0,haar_1,fidelity,daub_9_7}
 
                                intra_wavelet
 
          intra_wavelet
 
      --sout-schro-inter_wavelet={desl_dubuc_9_7,le_gall_5_3,desl_dubuc_13_7,haar_0,haar_1,fidelity,daub_9_7}
 
                                inter_wavelet
 
          inter_wavelet
 
      --sout-schro-mv_precision=<integer [0 .. 3]>
 
                                 mv_precision
 
           mv_precision
 
       --sout-schro-downsample_levels=<integer [2 .. 8]>
 
                                 downsample_levels
 
           downsample_levels
 
      --sout-schro-motion_block_size={automatic,small,medium,large}
 
                                motion_block_size
 
           motion_block_size
 
       --sout-schro-motion_block_overlap={automatic,none,partial,full}
 
                                motion_block_overlap
 
          motion_block_overlap
 
      --sout-schro-interlaced_coding, --no-sout-schro-interlaced_coding
 
                                interlaced_coding (default disabled)
 
          interlaced_coding (default disabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_internal_testing, --no-sout-schro-enable_internal_testing
 
                                 enable_internal_testing (default disabled)
 
           enable_internal_testing (default disabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_noarith, --no-sout-schro-enable_noarith
 
                                enable_noarith (default disabled)
 
           enable_noarith (default disabled)
 
       --sout-schro-enable_md5, --no-sout-schro-enable_md5
 
                                 enable_md5 (default disabled)
 
           enable_md5 (default disabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_fullscan_estimation, --no-sout-schro-enable_fullscan_estimation
 
                                enable_fullscan_estimation (default disabled)
 
           enable_fullscan_estimation (default disabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_hierarchical_estimation, --no-sout-schro-enable_hierarchical_estimation
 
                                enable_hierarchical_estimation (default
 
                                enabled)
 
          enable_hierarchical_estimation (default enabled)
 
       --sout-schro-enable_zero_estimation, --no-sout-schro-enable_zero_estimation
 
                                 enable_zero_estimation (default disabled)
 
           enable_zero_estimation (default disabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_phasecorr_estimation, --no-sout-schro-enable_phasecorr_estimation
 
                                enable_phasecorr_estimation (default disabled)
 
           enable_phasecorr_estimation (default disabled)
 
       --sout-schro-enable_bigblock_estimation, --no-sout-schro-enable_bigblock_estimation
 
                                 enable_bigblock_estimation (default enabled)
 
           enable_bigblock_estimation (default enabled)
 
       --sout-schro-enable_multiquant, --no-sout-schro-enable_multiquant
 
                                 enable_multiquant (default disabled)
 
           enable_multiquant (default disabled)
 
       --sout-schro-enable_dc_multiquant, --no-sout-schro-enable_dc_multiquant
 
                                 enable_dc_multiquant (default disabled)
 
           enable_dc_multiquant (default disabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_global_motion, --no-sout-schro-enable_global_motion
 
                                enable_global_motion (default disabled)
 
           enable_global_motion (default disabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_scene_change_detection, --no-sout-schro-enable_scene_change_detection
 
                                enable_scene_change_detection (default
 
                                enabled)
 
          enable_scene_change_detection (default enabled)
 
       --sout-schro-enable_deep_estimation, --no-sout-schro-enable_deep_estimation
 
                                 enable_deep_estimation (default enabled)
 
           enable_deep_estimation (default enabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_rdo_cbr, --no-sout-schro-enable_rdo_cbr
 
                                enable_rdo_cbr (default enabled)
 
           enable_rdo_cbr (default enabled)
 
      --sout-schro-enable_chroma_me, --no-sout-schro-enable_chroma_me
 
                                enable_chroma_me (default disabled)
 
          enable_chroma_me (default disabled)
 
       --sout-schro-horiz_slices=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
 
                                horiz_slices
 
          horiz_slices
 
      --sout-schro-vert_slices=<integer [0 .. 2147483647]>
 
                                 vert_slices
 
           vert_slices
 
      --sout-schro-codeblock_size={automatic,small,medium,large,full}
 
                                codeblock_size
 
          codeblock_size
 
      --sout-schro-magic_dc_metric_offset=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_dc_metric_offset
 
          magic_dc_metric_offset
 
      --sout-schro-magic_subband0_lambda_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_subband0_lambda_scale
 
          magic_subband0_lambda_scale
 
      --sout-schro-magic_chroma_lambda_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_chroma_lambda_scale
 
          magic_chroma_lambda_scale
 
      --sout-schro-magic_nonref_lambda_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_nonref_lambda_scale
 
          magic_nonref_lambda_scale
 
      --sout-schro-magic_me_lambda_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 100.000000]>
 
                                magic_me_lambda_scale
 
          magic_me_lambda_scale
 
      --sout-schro-magic_I_lambda_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 100.000000]>
 
                                magic_I_lambda_scale
 
          magic_I_lambda_scale
 
      --sout-schro-magic_P_lambda_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 10.000000]>
 
                                magic_P_lambda_scale
 
          magic_P_lambda_scale
 
      --sout-schro-magic_B_lambda_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 10.000000]>
 
                                magic_B_lambda_scale
 
          magic_B_lambda_scale
 
      --sout-schro-magic_allocation_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_allocation_scale
 
          magic_allocation_scale
 
       --sout-schro-magic_inter_cpd_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 1.000000]>
 
                                magic_inter_cpd_scale
 
          magic_inter_cpd_scale
 
      --sout-schro-magic_keyframe_weight=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_keyframe_weight
 
          magic_keyframe_weight
 
      --sout-schro-magic_scene_change_threshold=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_scene_change_threshold
 
          magic_scene_change_threshold
 
      --sout-schro-magic_inter_p_weight=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_inter_p_weight
 
          magic_inter_p_weight
 
      --sout-schro-magic_inter_b_weight=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_inter_b_weight
 
          magic_inter_b_weight
 
      --sout-schro-magic_me_bailout_limit=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_me_bailout_limit
 
          magic_me_bailout_limit
 
      --sout-schro-magic_bailout_weight=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_bailout_weight
 
          magic_bailout_weight
 
      --sout-schro-magic_error_power=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_error_power
 
          magic_error_power
 
      --sout-schro-magic_subgroup_length=<float [1.000000 .. 10.000000]>
 
                                magic_subgroup_length
 
          magic_subgroup_length
 
      --sout-schro-magic_badblock_multiplier_nonref=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_badblock_multiplier_nonref
 
          magic_badblock_multiplier_nonref
 
      --sout-schro-magic_badblock_multiplier_ref=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_badblock_multiplier_ref
 
          magic_badblock_multiplier_ref
 
      --sout-schro-magic_block_search_threshold=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_block_search_threshold
 
          magic_block_search_threshold
 
      --sout-schro-magic_scan_distance=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_scan_distance
 
          magic_scan_distance
 
      --sout-schro-magic_diagonal_lambda_scale=<float [0.000000 .. 1000.000000]>
 
                                magic_diagonal_lambda_scale
 
          magic_diagonal_lambda_scale
 
      --sout-schro-chroma_fmt={420,422,444}
 
                                Chroma format
 
          Picking chroma format will force a conversion of the video into that
 
          format
 
      --sout-schro-auto_coding_mode, --no-sout-schro-auto_coding_mode
 
                                 Automate picture coding mode (default enabled)
 
           Use the input picture to determine how to code it - interlaced or
 
           progressive (default enabled)
 
  
  Scene video filter
+
  Standard stream output
Send your video to picture files
+
       --sout-standard-access=<string>
       --scene-format=<string>   Image format
+
                                Output access method
           Format of the output images (png, jpeg, ...).
+
           Output method to use for the stream.
       --scene-width=<integer>   Image width
+
       --sout-standard-mux=<string>
           You can enforce the image width. By default (-1) VLC will adapt to
+
                                Output muxer
          the video characteristics.
+
           Muxer to use for the stream.
       --scene-height=<integer>   Image height
+
       --sout-standard-dst=<string>
           You can enforce the image height. By default (-1) VLC will adapt to
+
                                Output destination
           the video characteristics.
+
           Destination (URL) to use for the stream. Overrides path and bind
       --scene-prefix=<string>   Filename prefix
+
           parameters
           Prefix of the output images filenames. Output filenames will have the
+
       --sout-standard-bind=<string>
           "prefixNUMBER.format" form if replace is not true.
+
                                address to bind to (helper setting for dst)
       --scene-path=<string>     Directory path prefix
+
           address:port to bind vlc to listening incoming streams helper setting
           Directory path where images files should be saved.If not set, then
+
           for dst,dst=bind+'/'+path. dst-parameter overrides this
           images will be automatically saved in users homedir.
+
       --sout-standard-path=<string>
       --scene-replace, --no-scene-replace
+
                                filename for stream (helper setting for dst)
                                 Always write to the same file (default
+
           Filename for stream helper setting for dst, dst=bind+'/'+path,
                                disabled)
+
           dst-parameter overrides this
           Always write to the same file instead of creating one file per image.
+
       --sout-standard-sap, --no-sout-standard-sap
          In this case, the number is not appended to the filename. (default
+
                                 SAP announcing (default disabled)
           disabled)
+
          Announce this session with SAP. (default disabled)
       --scene-ratio=<integer>   Recording ratio
+
      --sout-standard-name=<string>
           Ratio of images to record. 3 means that one image out of three is
+
                                Session name
           recorded.
+
           This is the name of the session that will be announced in the SDP
 
+
           (Session Descriptor).
Audio tempo scaler synched with rate
+
       --sout-standard-group=<string>
       --scaletempo-stride=<integer [1 .. 2000]>
+
                                Session groupname
                                 Stride Length
+
           This allows you to specify a group for the session, that will be
           Length in milliseconds to output each stride
+
           announced if you choose to use SAP.
       --scaletempo-overlap=<float [0.000000 .. 1.000000]>
+
      --sout-standard-description=<string>
                                 Overlap Length
+
                                Session description
           Percentage of stride to overlap
+
          This allows you to give a short description with details about the
       --scaletempo-search=<integer [0 .. 200]>
+
          stream, that will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
                                 Search Length
+
       --sout-standard-url=<string>
           Length in milliseconds to search for best overlap position
+
                                 Session URL
 +
          This allows you to give a URL with more details about the stream
 +
           (often the website of the streaming organization), that will be
 +
          announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
 +
       --sout-standard-email=<string>
 +
                                 Session email
 +
           This allows you to give a contact mail address for the stream, that
 +
          will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
 +
       --sout-standard-phone=<string>
 +
                                 Session phone number
 +
           This allows you to give a contact telephone number for the stream,
 +
          that will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
  
  Network streams (SAP)
+
  Stream output to memory buffer
       --sap-addr=<string>       SAP multicast address
+
       --sout-smem-video-prerender-callback=<string>
           The SAP module normally chooses itself the right addresses to listen
+
                                Video prerender callback
           to. However, you can specify a specific address.
+
          Address of the video prerender callback function. This function will
       --sap-ipv4, --no-sap-ipv4  IPv4 SAP (default enabled)
+
           set the buffer where render will be done.
           Listen to IPv4 announcements on the standard addresses. (default
+
      --sout-smem-audio-prerender-callback=<string>
           enabled)
+
                                Audio prerender callback
       --sap-ipv6, --no-sap-ipv6  IPv6 SAP (default enabled)
+
           Address of the audio prerender callback function. This function will
           Listen to IPv6 announcements on the standard addresses. (default
+
          set the buffer where render will be done.
           enabled)
+
       --sout-smem-video-postrender-callback=<string>
       --sap-timeout=<integer>   SAP timeout (seconds)
+
                                Video postrender callback
           Delay after which SAP items get deleted if no new announcement is
+
           Address of the video postrender callback function. This function will
           received.
+
           be called when the render is into the buffer.
       --sap-parse, --no-sap-parse
+
       --sout-smem-audio-postrender-callback=<string>
                                 Try to parse the announce (default enabled)
+
                                Audio postrender callback
           This enables actual parsing of the announces by the SAP module.
+
           Address of the audio postrender callback function. This function will
           Otherwise, all announcements are parsed by the "live555" (RTP/RTSP)
+
           be called when the render is into the buffer.
           module. (default enabled)
+
       --sout-smem-video-data=<string>
       --sap-strict, --no-sap-strict
+
                                Video Callback data
                                 SAP Strict mode (default disabled)
+
           Data for the video callback function.
           When this is set, the SAP parser will discard some non-compliant
+
      --sout-smem-audio-data=<string>
           announcements. (default disabled)
+
                                Audio callback data
 +
           Data for the video callback function.
 +
       --sout-smem-time-sync, --no-sout-smem-time-sync
 +
                                 Time Synchronized output (default enabled)
 +
           Time Synchronisation option for output. If true, stream will render
 +
           as usual, else it will be rendered as fast as possible. (default
 +
           enabled)
 +
 
 +
Change the id of an elementary stream
 +
  Set ES id:
 +
      --sout-setid-id=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Elementary Stream ID
 +
          Specify an identifier integer for this elementary stream
 +
       --sout-setid-new-id=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                New ES ID
 +
          Specify an new identifier integer for this elementary stream
 +
  Set ES Lang:
 +
      --sout-setlang-id=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Elementary Stream ID
 +
           Specify an identifier integer for this elementary stream
 +
      --sout-setlang-lang=<string>
 +
                                Language
 +
           Specify an ISO-639 code (three characters) for this elementary stream
  
  Real-Time Protocol (RTP) input
+
  Select individual es to enable or disable from stream
       --rtp-caching=<integer [0 .. 65535]>
+
       --sout-select-port=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                RTP de-jitter buffer length (msec)
+
                                 Command UDP port
          How long to wait for late RTP packets (and delay the performance).
+
           UDP port to listen to for commands (show | enable <pid> | disable
      --rtcp-port=<integer [0 .. 65535]>
+
           <pid>).
                                 RTCP (local) port
+
       --sout-select-disable=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           RTCP packets will be received on this transport protocol port. If
+
                                 Disable ES id
          zero, multiplexed RTP/RTCP is used.
+
           Disable ES id at startup.
      --srtp-key=<string>       SRTP key (hexadecimal)
+
       --sout-select-enable=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          RTP packets will be authenticated and deciphered with this Secure RTP
+
                                 Enable ES id
           master shared secret key.
+
           Only enable ES id at startup.
      --srtp-salt=<string>       SRTP salt (hexadecimal)
 
          Secure RTP requires a (non-secret) master salt value.
 
       --rtp-max-src=<integer [1 .. 255]>
 
                                 Maximum RTP sources
 
           How many distinct active RTP sources are allowed at a time.
 
       --rtp-timeout=<integer>    RTP source timeout (sec)
 
          How long to wait for any packet before a source is expired.
 
      --rtp-max-dropout=<integer [0 .. 32767]>
 
                                Maximum RTP sequence number dropout
 
          RTP packets will be discarded if they are too much ahead (i.e. in the
 
          future) by this many packets from the last received packet.
 
      --rtp-max-misorder=<integer [0 .. 32767]>
 
                                 Maximum RTP sequence number misordering
 
           RTP packets will be discarded if they are too far behind (i.e. in the
 
          past) by this many packets from the last received packet.
 
  
  RSS and Atom feed display
+
  RTP stream output
Display a RSS or ATOM Feed on your video
+
       --sout-rtp-dst=<string>   Destination
       --rss-urls=<string>       Feed URLs
+
           This is the output URL that will be used.
           RSS/Atom feed '|' (pipe) separated URLs.
+
       --sout-rtp-sdp=<string>   SDP
  Position:
+
          This allows you to specify how the SDP (Session Descriptor) for this
       --rss-x=<integer>         X offset
+
          RTP session will be made available. You must use a url:
           X offset, from the left screen edge.
+
           http://location to access the SDP via HTTP, rtsp://location for RTSP
       --rss-y=<integer>         Y offset
+
          access, and sap:// for the SDP to be announced via SAP.
           Y offset, down from the top.
+
       --sout-rtp-mux=<string>   Muxer
       --rss-position={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
+
           This allows you to specify the muxer used for the streaming output.
                                Text position
+
          Default is to use no muxer (standard RTP stream).
           You can enforce the text position on the video (0=center, 1=left,
+
       --sout-rtp-sap, --no-sout-rtp-sap
           2=right, 4=top, 8=bottom; you can also use combinations of these
+
                                SAP announcing (default disabled)
           values, eg 6 = top-right).
+
          Announce this session with SAP. (default disabled)
  Font:
+
      --sout-rtp-name=<string>  Session name
       --rss-opacity=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
           This is the name of the session that will be announced in the SDP
                                Opacity
+
          (Session Descriptor).
           Opacity (inverse of transparency) of overlay text. 0 = transparent,
+
      --sout-rtp-description=<string>
           255 = totally opaque.
+
                                Session description
       --rss-color={-268435456 (Default), 0 (Black), 8421504 (Gray), 12632256 (Silver), 16777215 (White), 8388608 (Maroon), 16711680 (Red), 16711935 (Fuchsia), 16776960 (Yellow), 8421376 (Olive), 32768 (Green), 32896 (Teal), 65280 (Lime), 8388736 (Purple), 128 (Navy), 255 (Blue), 65535 (Aqua)}
+
           This allows you to give a short description with details about the
                                Color
+
           stream, that will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
           Color of the text that will be rendered on the video. This must be an
+
       --sout-rtp-url=<string>   Session URL
          hexadecimal (like HTML colors). The first two chars are for red, then
+
          This allows you to give a URL with more details about the stream
          green, then blue. #000000 = black, #FF0000 = red, #00FF00 = green,
+
           (often the website of the streaming organization), that will be
           #FFFF00 = yellow (red + green), #FFFFFF = white
+
           announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
       --rss-size=<integer>       Font size, pixels
+
       --sout-rtp-email=<string>  Session email
           Font size, in pixels. Default is -1 (use default font size).
+
          This allows you to give a contact mail address for the stream, that
  Misc:
+
          will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
       --rss-speed=<integer>     Speed of feeds
+
      --sout-rtp-phone=<string>  Session phone number
           Speed of the RSS/Atom feeds in microseconds (bigger is slower).
+
           This allows you to give a contact telephone number for the stream,
       --rss-length=<integer>     Max length
+
          that will be announced in the SDP (Session Descriptor).
           Maximum number of characters displayed on the screen.
+
      --sout-rtp-proto={dccp,sctp,tcp,udp,udplite}
       --rss-ttl=<integer>       Refresh time
+
                                Transport protocol
           Number of seconds between each forced refresh of the feeds. 0 means
+
           This selects which transport protocol to use for RTP.
           that the feeds are never updated.
+
       --sout-rtp-port=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --rss-images, --no-rss-images
+
                                Port
                                 Feed images (default enabled)
+
           This allows you to specify the base port for the RTP streaming.
           Display feed images if available. (default enabled)
+
       --sout-rtp-port-audio=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --rss-title={-1 (Default), 0 (Don't show), 1 (Always visible), 2 (Scroll with feed)}
+
                                Audio port
                                 Title display mode
+
           This allows you to specify the default audio port for the RTP
           Title display mode. Default is 0 (hidden) if the feed has an image
+
          streaming.
           and feed images are enabled, 1 otherwise.
+
       --sout-rtp-port-video=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 
+
                                Video port
  Rotate video filter
+
           This allows you to specify the default video port for the RTP
       --rotate-angle=<integer [0 .. 359]>
+
          streaming.
                                 Angle in degrees
+
       --sout-rtp-ttl=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Angle in degrees (0 to 359)
+
                                Hop limit (TTL)
 +
           This is the hop limit (also known as "Time-To-Live" or TTL) of the
 +
           multicast packets sent by the stream output (-1 = use operating
 +
          system built-in default).
 +
       --sout-rtp-rtcp-mux, --no-sout-rtp-rtcp-mux
 +
                                 RTP/RTCP multiplexing (default disabled)
 +
           This sends and receives RTCP packet multiplexed over the same port as
 +
          RTP packets. (default disabled)
 +
       --sout-rtp-caching=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Caching value (ms)
 +
          Default caching value for outbound RTP streams. This value should be
 +
          set in milliseconds.
 +
      --sout-rtp-key=<string>    SRTP key (hexadecimal)
 +
          RTP packets will be integrity-protected and ciphered with this Secure
 +
          RTP master shared secret key. This must be a 32-character-long
 +
          hexadecimal string.
 +
      --sout-rtp-salt=<string>  SRTP salt (hexadecimal)
 +
          Secure RTP requires a (non-secret) master salt value. This must be a
 +
          28-character-long hexadecimal string.
 +
      --sout-rtp-mp4a-latm, --no-sout-rtp-mp4a-latm
 +
                                MP4A LATM (default disabled)
 +
          This allows you to stream MPEG4 LATM audio streams (see RFC3016).
 +
          (default disabled)
 +
      --rtsp-timeout=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 RTSP session timeout (s)
 +
          RTSP sessions will be closed after not receiving any RTSP request for
 +
           this long. Setting it to a negative value or zero disables timeouts.
 +
          The default is 60 (one minute).
 +
      --sout-rtsp-user=<string>  Username
 +
          User name that will be requested to access the stream.
 +
      --sout-rtsp-pwd=<string>  Password
 +
           Password that will be requested to access the stream.
 +
 
 +
  Record stream output
 +
       --sout-record-dst-prefix=<string>
 +
                                 Destination prefix
 +
           Prefix of the destination file automatically generated
  
  Remote-OSD over VNC
+
  Remote Audio Output Protocol stream output
       --rmtosd-host=<string>     VNC Host
+
       --sout-raop-host=<string> Host
           VNC hostname or IP address.
+
           Hostname or IP address of target device
       --rmtosd-port=<integer [1 .. 65535]>
+
       --sout-raop-password=<string>
                                VNC Port
+
                                 Password
          VNC portnumber.
+
           Password for target device.
      --rmtosd-password=<string> VNC Password
+
       --sout-raop-password-file=<string>
          VNC password.
+
                                 Password file
      --rmtosd-update=<integer [200 .. 300]>
+
           Read password for target device from file.
                                 VNC poll interval
+
       --sout-raop-volume=<integer [0 .. 255]>
           In this interval an update from VNC is requested, default every 300
+
                                 Volume
          ms.
+
           Output volume for analog output: 0 for silence, 1..255 from almost
      --rmtosd-vnc-polling, --no-rmtosd-vnc-polling
+
           silent to very loud.
                                VNC polling (default disabled)
 
          Activate VNC polling. Do NOT activate for use as VDR ffnetdev client.
 
          (default disabled)
 
       --rmtosd-mouse-events, --no-rmtosd-mouse-events
 
                                 Mouse events (default disabled)
 
           Send mouse events to VNC host. Not needed for use as VDR ffnetdev
 
          client. (default disabled)
 
       --rmtosd-key-events, --no-rmtosd-key-events
 
                                Key events (default disabled)
 
          Send key events to VNC host. (default disabled)
 
      --rmtosd-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 
                                 Alpha transparency value (default 255)
 
           The transparency of the OSD VNC can be changed by giving a value
 
          between 0 and 255. A lower value specifies more transparency a higher
 
          means less transparency. The default is being not transparent (value
 
           255) the minimum is fully transparent (value 0).
 
  
  Raw video demuxer
+
  Mosaic bridge stream output
       --rawvid-fps=<string>     Frames per Second
+
       --sout-mosaic-bridge-id=<string>
          This is the desired frame rate when playing raw video streams.  In
+
                                ID
           the form 30000/1001 or 29.97
+
           Specify an identifier string for this subpicture
       --rawvid-width=<integer>   Width
+
       --sout-mosaic-bridge-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           This specifies the width in pixels of the raw video stream.
+
                                Video width
       --rawvid-height=<integer> Height
+
           Output video width.
           This specifies the height in pixels of the raw video stream.
+
       --sout-mosaic-bridge-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --rawvid-chroma=<string>   Force chroma (Use carefully)
+
                                Video height
           Force chroma. This is a four character string.
+
           Output video height.
       --rawvid-aspect-ratio=<string>
+
      --sout-mosaic-bridge-sar=<string>
                                 Aspect ratio
+
                                Sample aspect ratio
           Aspect ratio (4:3, 16:9). Default assumes square pixels.
+
          Sample aspect ratio of the destination (1:1, 3:4, 2:3).
 +
       --sout-mosaic-bridge-chroma=<string>
 +
                                Image chroma
 +
          Force the use of a specific chroma. Use YUVA if you're planning to
 +
           use the Alphamask or Bluescreen video filter.
 +
      --sout-mosaic-bridge-vfilter=<string>
 +
                                Video filter
 +
          Video filters will be applied to the video stream.
 +
       --sout-mosaic-bridge-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
 +
                                Transparency
 +
          Transparency of the mosaic picture.
 +
      --sout-mosaic-bridge-x=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 X offset
 +
           X coordinate of the upper left corner in the mosaic if non negative.
 +
      --sout-mosaic-bridge-y=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Y offset
 +
          Y coordinate of the upper left corner in the mosaic if non negative.
  
  DV (Digital Video) demuxer
+
  Dynamic language setting from teletext
       --rawdv-hurry-up, --no-rawdv-hurry-up
+
       --sout-langfromtelx-id=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Hurry up (default disabled)
+
                                Elementary Stream ID
           The demuxer will advance timestamps if the input can't keep up with
+
          Specify an identifier integer for this elementary stream to change
           the rate. (default disabled)
+
      --sout-langfromtelx-magazine=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Magazine
 +
           Specify the magazine containing the language page
 +
      --sout-langfromtelx-page=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Page
 +
           Specify the page containing the language
 +
      --sout-langfromtelx-row=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Row
 +
          Specify the row containing the language
  
  Raw audio demuxer
+
  Elementary stream output
       --rawaud-channels=<integer>
+
  Generic:
                                Audio channels
+
       --sout-es-access=<string> Output access method
           Audio channels in input stream. Numeric value >0. Default is 2.
+
          This is the default output access method that will be used.
       --rawaud-samplerate=<integer>
+
      --sout-es-mux=<string>    Output muxer
                                 Audio samplerate (Hz)
+
           This is the default muxer method that will be used.
           Audio sample rate in Hertz. Default is 48000 Hz.
+
      --sout-es-dst=<string>     Output URL
       --rawaud-fourcc=<string>   FOURCC code of raw input format
+
          This is the default output URI.
           FOURCC code of the raw input format. This is a four character string.
+
  Audio:
       --rawaud-lang=<string>     Forces the audio language
+
      --sout-es-access-audio=<string>
           Forces the audio language for the output mux. Three letter ISO639
+
                                Audio output access method
           code. Default is 'eng'.  
+
          This is the output access method that will be used for audio.
 +
       --sout-es-mux-audio=<string>
 +
                                 Audio output muxer
 +
           This is the muxer that will be used for audio.
 +
       --sout-es-dst-audio=<string>
 +
                                Audio output URL
 +
           This is the output URI that will be used for audio.
 +
  Video:
 +
      --sout-es-access-video=<string>
 +
                                Video output access method
 +
          This is the output access method that will be used for video.
 +
       --sout-es-mux-video=<string>
 +
                                Video output muxer
 +
           This is the muxer that will be used for video.
 +
      --sout-es-dst-video=<string>
 +
                                Video output URL
 +
           This is the output URI that will be used for video.
  
  Qt interface
+
  Display stream output
       --qt-minimal-view, --no-qt-minimal-view
+
       --sout-display-audio, --no-sout-display-audio
                                Start in minimal view (without menus)
+
                                 Enable audio (default enabled)
                                 (default disabled)
+
           Enable/disable audio rendering. (default enabled)
           Start in minimal view (without menus) (default disabled)
+
       --sout-display-video, --no-sout-display-video
       --qt-notification, --no-qt-notification
+
                                 Enable video (default enabled)
                                 Show notification popup on track change
+
          Enable/disable video rendering. (default enabled)
                                (default enabled)
+
      --sout-display-delay=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Show a notification popup with the artist and track name when the
+
                                Delay (ms)
           current playlist item changes, when VLC is minimized or hidden.
+
           Introduces a delay in the display of the stream.
           (default enabled)
+
 
       --qt-opacity=<float [0.100000 .. 1.000000]>
+
Delay a stream
                                 Windows opacity between 0.1 and 1
+
      --sout-delay-id=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Sets the windows opacity between 0.1 and 1 for main interface,
+
                                Elementary Stream ID
           playlist and extended panel. This option only works with Windows and
+
           Specify an identifier integer for this elementary stream
           X11 with composite extensions.
+
      --sout-delay-delay=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --qt-fs-opacity=<float [0.100000 .. 1.000000]>
+
                                Delay of the ES (ms)
                                 Fullscreen controller opacity between 0.1 and
+
           Specify a delay (in ms) for this elementary stream. Positive means
                                1
+
          delay and negative means advance.
           Sets the fullscreen controller opacity between 0.1 and 1 for main
+
 
           interface, playlist and extended panel. This option only works with
+
Bridge stream output
           Windows and X11 with composite extensions.
+
  Bridge out:
       --qt-system-tray, --no-qt-system-tray
+
       --sout-bridge-out-id=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Systray icon (default enabled)
+
                                 ID
           Show an icon in the systray allowing you to control VLC media player
+
          Integer identifier for this elementary stream. This will be used to
           for basic actions. (default enabled)
+
           "find" this stream later.
       --qt-start-minimized, --no-qt-start-minimized
+
      --sout-bridge-out-in-name=<string>
                                 Start VLC with only a systray icon (default
+
                                Destination bridge-in name
                                disabled)
+
           Name of the destination bridge-in. If you do not need more than one
           VLC will start with just an icon in your taskbar (default disabled)
+
           bridge-in at a time, you can discard this option.
       --qt-video-autoresize, --no-qt-video-autoresize
+
  Bridge in:
                                 Resize interface to the native video size
+
       --sout-bridge-in-delay=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Delay
 +
           Pictures coming from the picture video outputs will be delayed
 +
           according to this value (in milliseconds, should be >= 100 ms). For
 +
           high values, you will need to raise caching values.
 +
       --sout-bridge-in-id-offset=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                ID Offset
 +
          Offset to add to the stream IDs specified in bridge_out to obtain the
 +
          stream IDs bridge_in will register.
 +
      --sout-bridge-in-name=<string>
 +
                                 Name of current instance
 +
           Name of this bridge-in instance. If you do not need more than one
 +
           bridge-in at a time, you can discard this option.
 +
       --sout-bridge-in-placeholder, --no-sout-bridge-in-placeholder
 +
                                Fallback to placeholder stream when out of
 +
                                 data (default disabled)
 +
           If set to true, the bridge will discard all input elementary streams
 +
          except if it doesn't receive data from another bridge-in. This can be
 +
          used to configure a place holder stream when the real source breaks.
 +
          Source and placeholder streams should have the same format.  (default
 +
          disabled)
 +
       --sout-bridge-in-placeholder-delay=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Placeholder delay
 +
          Delay (in ms) before the placeholder kicks in.
 +
      --sout-bridge-in-placeholder-switch-on-iframe, --no-sout-bridge-in-placeholder-switch-on-iframe
 +
                                 Wait for I frame before toggling placeholder
 
                                 (default enabled)
 
                                 (default enabled)
           You have two choices:
+
           If enabled, switching between the placeholder and the normal stream
- The interface will resize to the native
+
          will only occur on I frames. This will remove artifacts on stream
           video size
+
           switching at the expense of a slightly longer delay, depending on the
- The video will fit to the interface size
+
           frequence of I frames in the streams. (default enabled)
By default,
+
 
           interface resize to the native video size. (default enabled)
+
Network streams (SAP)
       --qt-name-in-title, --no-qt-name-in-title
+
       --sap-addr=<string>        SAP multicast address
                                Show playing item name in window title
+
          The SAP module normally chooses itself the right addresses to listen
                                 (default enabled)
+
          to. However, you can specify a specific address.
           Show the name of the song or video in the controler window title.
+
      --sap-timeout=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           (default enabled)
+
                                 SAP timeout (seconds)
       --qt-fs-controller, --no-qt-fs-controller
+
           Delay after which SAP items get deleted if no new announcement is
                                 Show a controller in fullscreen mode (default
+
           received.
                                enabled)
+
       --sap-parse, --no-sap-parse
           Show a controller in fullscreen mode (default enabled)
+
                                 Try to parse the announce (default enabled)
       --qt-volume-complete, --no-qt-volume-complete
+
          This enables actual parsing of the announces by the SAP module.
                                 Allow the volume to be set to 400% (default
+
          Otherwise, all announcements are parsed by the "live555" (RTP/RTSP)
                                disabled)
+
           module. (default enabled)
           Allow the volume to have range from 0% to 400%, instead of 0% to
+
       --sap-strict, --no-sap-strict
          200%. This option can distort the audio, since it uses software
+
                                 SAP Strict mode (default disabled)
           amplification. (default disabled)
+
           When this is set, the SAP parser will discard some non-compliant
       --qt-autosave-volume, --no-qt-autosave-volume
+
           announcements. (default disabled)
                                 Automatically save the volume on exit
+
 
                                (default disabled)
+
Podcasts
           Automatically save the volume on exit (default disabled)
+
       --podcast-urls=<string>    Podcast URLs list
       --qt-embedded-open, --no-qt-embedded-open
+
          Enter the list of podcasts to retrieve, separated by '|' (pipe).
                                 Embed the file browser in open dialog
+
 
                                (default disabled)
+
MPEG-I/II video packetizer
           Embed the file browser in open dialog (default disabled)
+
      --packetizer-mpegvideo-sync-iframe, --no-packetizer-mpegvideo-sync-iframe
       --qt-recentplay, --no-qt-recentplay
+
                                 Sync on Intra Frame (default disabled)
                                 Save the recently played items in the menu
+
           Normally the packetizer would sync on the next full frame. This flags
                                 (default enabled)
+
          instructs the packetizer to sync on the first Intra Frame found.
           Save the recently played items in the menu (default enabled)
+
          (default disabled)
       --qt-recentplay-filter=<string>
+
 
                                 List of words separated by | to filter
+
MSN Now-Playing
           Regular expression used to filter the recent items played in the
+
       --msn-format=<string>      Title format string
          player
+
          Format of the string to send to MSN {0} Artist, {1} Title, {2} Album.
       --qt-adv-options, --no-qt-adv-options
+
          Defaults to "Artist - Title" ({0} - {1}).
                                 Advanced options (default disabled)
+
 
           Show all the advanced options in the dialogs. (default disabled)
+
TS muxer (libdvbpsi)
       --qt-advanced-pref, --no-qt-advanced-pref
+
      --sout-ts-pid-video=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                Show advanced preferences over simple ones
+
                                 Video PID
                                 (default disabled)
+
          Assign a fixed PID to the video stream. The PCR PID will
           Show advanced preferences and not simple preferences when opening the
+
           automatically be the video.
           preferences dialog. (default disabled)
+
       --sout-ts-pid-audio=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --qt-error-dialogs, --no-qt-error-dialogs
+
                                 Audio PID
                                Show unimportant error and warnings dialogs
+
          Assign a fixed PID to the audio stream.
                                (default enabled)
+
      --sout-ts-pid-spu=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Show unimportant error and warnings dialogs (default enabled)
+
                                 SPU PID
       --qt-updates-notif, --no-qt-updates-notif
+
           Assign a fixed PID to the SPU.
                                 Activate the updates availability
+
       --sout-ts-pid-pmt=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                notification (default enabled)
+
                                 PMT PID
           Activate the automatic notification of new versions of the software.
+
           Assign a fixed PID to the PMT
           It runs once every two weeks. (default enabled)
+
       --sout-ts-tsid=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --qt-updates-days=<integer>
+
                                TS ID
                                 Number of days between two update checks
+
          Assign a fixed Transport Stream ID.
           Number of days between two update checks
+
      --sout-ts-program-pmt=<string>
       --qt-slider-colours=<string>
+
                                 PMT Program numbers
                                 Define the colors of the volume slider
+
          Assign a program number to each PMT. This requires "Set PID to ID of
           Define the colors of the volume slider
+
           ES" to be enabled.
By specifying the 12 numbers
+
       --sout-ts-es-id-pid, --no-sout-ts-es-id-pid
           separated by a ';'
+
                                 Set PID to ID of ES (default disabled)
Default is '255;255;255;20;226;20;255;176;15;235;30
+
           Sets PID to the ID if the incoming ES. This is for use with
           ;20'
+
          --ts-es-id-pid, and allows having the same PIDs in the input and
An alternative can be '30;30;50;40;40;100;50;50;160;150;150;255'
+
           output streams. (default disabled)
       --qt-privacy-ask, --no-qt-privacy-ask
+
       --sout-ts-muxpmt=<string>  Mux PMT (requires --sout-ts-es-id-pid)
                                 Ask for network policy at start (default
+
          Define the pids to add to each pmt. This requires "Set PID to ID of
                                 enabled)
+
           ES" to be enabled.
           Ask for network policy at start (default enabled)
+
       --sout-ts-alignment, --no-sout-ts-alignment
       --qt-fullscreen-screennumber=<integer>
+
                                 Data alignment (default enabled)
                                 Define which screen fullscreen goes
+
           Enforces alignment of all access units on PES boundaries. Disabling
           Screennumber of fullscreen, instead ofsame screen where interface is
+
           this might save some bandwidth but introduce incompatibilities.
       --qt-autoload-extensions, --no-qt-autoload-extensions
+
          (default enabled)
                                 Load extensions on startup (default enabled)
+
       --sout-ts-shaping=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Automatically load the extensions module on startup (default enabled)
+
                                 Shaping delay (ms)
       --qt-disable-volume-keys, --no-qt-disable-volume-keys
+
          Cut the stream in slices of the given duration, and ensure a constant
                                 Ignore keyboard volume buttons. (default
+
          bitrate between the two boundaries. This avoids having huge bitrate
                                enabled)
+
           peaks, especially for reference frames.
           With this option checked, the volume up, volume down and mute buttons
+
       --sout-ts-use-key-frames, --no-sout-ts-use-key-frames
          on your keyboard will always change your system volume. With this
+
                                 Use keyframes (default disabled)
          option unchecked, the volume buttons will change VLC's volume when
+
          If enabled, and shaping is specified, the TS muxer will place the
          VLC is selected and change the system volume when VLC is not
+
           boundaries at the end of I pictures. In that case, the shaping
          selected. (default enabled)
+
           duration given by the user is a worse case used when no reference
 
+
          frame is available. This enhances the efficiency of the shaping
Puzzle interactive game video filter
+
           algorithm, since I frames are usually the biggest frames in the
       --puzzle-rows=<integer [2 .. 16]>
+
          stream. (default disabled)
                                Number of puzzle rows
+
       --sout-ts-pcr=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Number of puzzle rows
+
                                PCR interval (ms)
       --puzzle-cols=<integer [2 .. 16]>
+
          Set at which interval PCRs (Program Clock Reference) will be sent (in
                                Number of puzzle columns
+
          milliseconds). This value should be below 100ms. (default is 70ms).
           Number of puzzle columns
+
      --sout-ts-bmin=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --puzzle-black-slot, --no-puzzle-black-slot
+
                                 Minimum B (deprecated)
                                 Make one tile a black slot (default disabled)
+
          This setting is deprecated and not used anymore
           Make one slot black. Other tiles can only be swapped with the black
+
      --sout-ts-bmax=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           slot. (default disabled)
+
                                 Maximum B (deprecated)
 +
           This setting is deprecated and not used anymore
 +
       --sout-ts-dts-delay=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 DTS delay (ms)
 +
          Delay the DTS (decoding time stamps) and PTS (presentation
 +
           timestamps) of the data in the stream, compared to the PCRs. This
 +
          allows for some buffering inside the client decoder.
 +
       --sout-ts-crypt-audio, --no-sout-ts-crypt-audio
 +
                                 Crypt audio (default enabled)
 +
           Crypt audio using CSA (default enabled)
 +
       --sout-ts-crypt-video, --no-sout-ts-crypt-video
 +
                                 Crypt video (default enabled)
 +
           Crypt video using CSA (default enabled)
 +
       --sout-ts-csa-ck=<string>  CSA Key
 +
          CSA encryption key. This must be a 16 char string (8 hexadecimal
 +
           bytes).
 +
       --sout-ts-csa2-ck=<string> Second CSA Key
 +
          The even CSA encryption key. This must be a 16 char string (8
 +
           hexadecimal bytes).
 +
       --sout-ts-csa-use=<string> CSA Key in use
 +
          CSA encryption key used. It can be the odd/first/1 (default) or the
 +
          even/second/2 one.
 +
      --sout-ts-csa-pkt=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Packet size in bytes to encrypt
 +
           Size of the TS packet to encrypt. The encryption routines subtract
 +
           the TS-header from the value before encrypting.
  
  MPEG-PS demuxer
+
  PS muxer
       --ps-trust-timestamps, --no-ps-trust-timestamps
+
       --sout-ps-dts-delay=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Trust MPEG timestamps (default enabled)
+
                                 DTS delay (ms)
           Normally we use the timestamps of the MPEG files to calculate
+
           Delay the DTS (decoding time stamps) and PTS (presentation
           position and duration. However sometimes this might not be usable.
+
          timestamps) of the data in the stream, compared to the SCRs. This
           Disable this option to calculate from the bitrate instead. (default
+
           allows for some buffering inside the client decoder.
          enabled)
+
      --sout-ps-pes-max-size=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                PES maximum size
 +
           Set the maximum allowed PES size when producing the MPEG PS streams.
  
  libprojectM effect
+
  MP4/MOV muxer
       --projectm-preset-path=<string>
+
       --sout-mp4-faststart, --no-sout-mp4-faststart
                                projectM preset path
+
                                 Create "Fast Start" files (default enabled)
          Path to the projectM preset directory
+
           Create "Fast Start" files. "Fast Start" files are optimized for
      --projectm-title-font=<string>
+
           downloads and allow the user to start previewing the file while it is
                                Title font
+
           downloading. (default enabled)
          Font used for the titles
 
      --projectm-menu-font=<string>
 
                                 Font menu
 
           Font used for the menus
 
      --projectm-width=<integer> Video width
 
           The width of the video window, in pixels.
 
      --projectm-height=<integer>
 
                                Video height
 
          The height of the video window, in pixels.
 
      --projectm-meshx=<integer> Mesh width
 
           The width of the mesh, in pixels.
 
      --projectm-meshy=<integer> Mesh height
 
          The height of the mesh, in pixels.
 
      --projectm-texture-size=<integer>
 
                                Texture size
 
          The size of the texture, in pixels.
 
  
  Video post processing filter
+
  ASF muxer
       --postproc-q=<integer [0 .. 6]>
+
       --sout-asf-title=<string>  Title
                                 Post processing quality
+
          Title to put in ASF comments.
           Quality of post processing. Valid range is 0 to 6
+
      --sout-asf-author=<string> Author
Higher levels
+
          Author to put in ASF comments.
          require considerable more CPU power, but produce better looking
+
      --sout-asf-copyright=<string>
           pictures.
+
                                 Copyright
       --postproc-name=<string>   FFmpeg post processing filter chains
+
           Copyright string to put in ASF comments.
           FFmpeg post processing filter chains
+
      --sout-asf-comment=<string>
 
+
                                Comment
PORTAUDIO audio output
+
           Comment to put in ASF comments.
       --portaudio-audio-device=<integer>
+
       --sout-asf-rating=<string> Rating
                                 Output device
+
           "Rating" to put in ASF comments.
           Portaudio identifier for the output device
+
       --sout-asf-packet-size=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 
+
                                 Packet Size
Podcasts
+
           ASF packet size -- default is 4096 bytes
       --podcast-urls=<string>   Podcast URLs list
+
       --sout-asf-bitrate-override=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Enter the list of podcasts to retrieve, separated by '|' (pipe).
+
                                Bitrate override
 +
           Do not try to guess ASF bitrate. Setting this, allows you to control
 +
          how Windows Media Player will cache streamed content. Set to
 +
          audio+video bitrate in bytes
  
  Playlist
+
  RTSP VoD server
       --playlist-autostart, --no-playlist-autostart
+
       --rtsp-raw-mux=<string>    MUX for RAW RTSP transport
                                 Auto start (default enabled)
+
          MUX for RAW RTSP transport
           Automatically start playing the playlist content once it's loaded.
+
      --rtsp-throttle-users=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           (default enabled)
+
                                 Maximum number of connections
       --playlist-skip-ads, --no-playlist-skip-ads
+
           This limits the maximum number of clients that can connect to the
                                 Skip ads (default enabled)
+
           RTSP VOD. 0 means no limit.
           Use playlist options usually used to prevent ads skipping to detect
+
       --rtsp-session-timeout=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           ads and prevent adding them to the playlist. (default enabled)
+
                                Sets the timeout option in the RTSP session
      --shoutcast-show-adult, --no-shoutcast-show-adult
+
                                 string
                                Show shoutcast adult content (default
+
           Defines what timeout option to add to the RTSP session ID string.
                                disabled)
+
           Setting it to a negative number removes the timeout option entirely.
           Show NC17 rated video streams when using shoutcast video playlists.
+
          This is needed by some IPTV STBs (such as those made by HansunTech)
          (default disabled)
+
           which get confused by it. The default is 5.
  
  Parametric Equalizer
+
  File logging
       --param-eq-lowf=<float>   Low freq (Hz)
+
       --logfile=<string>         Log filename
      --param-eq-lowgain=<float [-20.000000 .. 20.000000]>
+
          Specify the log filename.
                                Low freq gain (dB)
+
       --logmode={text,html}      Log format
       --param-eq-highf=<float>  High freq (Hz)
+
          Specify the log format. Available choices are "text" (default) and
      --param-eq-highgain=<float [-20.000000 .. 20.000000]>
+
          "html".
                                High freq gain (dB)
+
       --log-verbose=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
      --param-eq-f1=<float>      Freq 1 (Hz)
+
                                 Verbosity
       --param-eq-gain1=<float [-20.000000 .. 20.000000]>
+
          Select the verbosity to use for log or -1 to use the same verbosity
                                 Freq 1 gain (dB)
+
          given by --verbose.
      --param-eq-q1=<float [0.100000 .. 100.000000]>
+
 
                                Freq 1 Q
+
GNU TLS transport layer security
      --param-eq-f2=<float>      Freq 2 (Hz)
+
       --gnutls-priorities={PERFORMANCE,NORMAL,SECURE128,SECURE256,EXPORT}
      --param-eq-gain2=<float [-20.000000 .. 20.000000]>
+
                                 TLS cipher priorities
                                Freq 2 gain (dB)
+
          Ciphers, key exchange methods, hash functions and compression methods
       --param-eq-q2=<float [0.100000 .. 100.000000]>
+
          can be selected. Refer to GNU TLS documentation for detailed syntax.
                                 Freq 2 Q
 
      --param-eq-f3=<float>      Freq 3 (Hz)
 
      --param-eq-gain3=<float [-20.000000 .. 20.000000]>
 
                                Freq 3 gain (dB)
 
      --param-eq-q3=<float [0.100000 .. 100.000000]>
 
                                Freq 3 Q
 
  
  Panoramix: wall with overlap video filter
+
  Submission of played songs to last.fm
Split the video in multiple windows to display on a wall of screens
+
       --lastfm-username=<string> Username
       --panoramix-cols=<integer> Number of columns
+
           The username of your last.fm account
           Select the number of horizontal video windows in which to split the
+
      --lastfm-password=<string> Password
           video
+
           The password of your last.fm account
       --panoramix-rows=<integer> Number of rows
+
       --scrobbler-url=<string>   Scrobbler URL
           Select the number of vertical video windows in which to split the
+
           The URL set for an alternative scrobbler engine
          video
+
 
       --panoramix-bz-length=<integer [0 .. 100]>
+
Folder meta data
                                 length of the overlapping area (in %)
+
       --album-art-filename=<string>
           Select in percent the length of the blended zone
+
                                 Album art filename
       --panoramix-bz-height=<integer [0 .. 100]>
+
           Filename to look for album art in current directory
                                height of the overlapping area (in %)
+
 
           Select in percent the height of the blended zone (case of 2x2 wall)
+
Lua interpreter
       --panoramix-attenuate, --no-panoramix-attenuate
+
       --lua-intf=<string>        Lua interface
                                 Attenuation (default enabled)
+
          Lua interface module to load
           Check this option if you want attenuate blended zone by this plug-in
+
      --lua-config=<string>      Lua interface configuration
          (if option is unchecked, attenuate is made by opengl) (default
+
          Lua interface configuration string. Format is: '["<interface module
          enabled)
+
          name>"] = { <option> = <value>, ...}, ...'.
       --panoramix-bz-begin=<integer [0 .. 100]>
+
  Lua HTTP:
                                Attenuation, begin (in %)
+
      --http-src=<string>       Source directory
           Select in percent the Lagrange coeff of the beginning blended zone
+
           Source directory
       --panoramix-bz-middle=<integer [0 .. 100]>
+
       --http-index, --no-http-index
                                Attenuation, middle (in %)
+
                                 Directory index (default disabled)
           Select in percent the Lagrange coeff of the middle of blended zone
+
           Allow to build directory index (default disabled)
       --panoramix-bz-end=<integer [0 .. 100]>
+
  Lua CLI:
                                Attenuation, end (in %)
+
       --rc-host=<string>         TCP command input
           Select in percent the Lagrange coeff of the end of blended zone
+
          Accept commands over a socket rather than stdin. You can set the
       --panoramix-bz-middle-pos=<integer [1 .. 99]>
+
           address and port the interface will bind to.
                                 middle position (in %)
+
       --cli-host=<string>        CLI input
           Select in percent (50 is center) the position of the middle point
+
          Accept commands from this source. The CLI defaults to stdin
           (Lagrange) of blended zone
+
          ("*console"), but can also bind to a plain TCP socket
       --panoramix-bz-gamma-red=<float [0.000000 .. 5.000000]>
+
          ("localhost:4212") or use the telnet protocol
                                Gamma (Red) correction
+
           ("telnet://0.0.0.0:4212")
           Select the gamma for the correction of blended zone (Red or Y
+
  Lua Telnet:
           component)
+
       --telnet-host=<string>    Host
       --panoramix-bz-gamma-green=<float [0.000000 .. 5.000000]>
+
          This is the host on which the interface will listen. It defaults to
                                Gamma (Green) correction
+
          all network interfaces (0.0.0.0). If you want this interface to be
           Select the gamma for the correction of blended zone (Green or U
+
           available only on the local machine, enter "127.0.0.1".
          component)
+
       --telnet-port=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --panoramix-bz-gamma-blue=<float [0.000000 .. 5.000000]>
+
                                 Port
                                Gamma (Blue) correction
+
           This is the TCP port on which this interface will listen. It defaults
           Select the gamma for the correction of blended zone (Blue or V
+
           to 4212.
           component)
+
       --telnet-password=<string> Password
       --panoramix-bz-blackcrush-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
          A single administration password is used to protect this interface.
                                 Black Crush for Red
+
           The default value is "admin".
           Select the Black Crush of blended zone (Red or Y component)
+
      --lua-sd=<string>            
       --panoramix-bz-blackcrush-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
       --lua-longname=<string>   
                                 Black Crush for Green
+
 
           Select the Black Crush of blended zone (Green or U component)
+
Skinnable Interface
       --panoramix-bz-blackcrush-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
      --skins2-last=<string>     Skin to use
                                 Black Crush for Blue
+
           Path to the skin to use.
           Select the Black Crush of blended zone (Blue or V component)
+
       --skins2-config=<string>   Config of last used skin
       --panoramix-bz-whitecrush-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
           Windows configuration of the last skin used. This option is updated
                                 White Crush for Red
+
           automatically, do not touch it.
           Select the White Crush of blended zone (Red or Y component)
+
       --skins2-systray, --no-skins2-systray
       --panoramix-bz-whitecrush-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
                                 Systray icon (default enabled)
                                 White Crush for Green
+
           Show a systray icon for VLC (default enabled)
           Select the White Crush of blended zone (Green or U component)
+
       --skins2-taskbar, --no-skins2-taskbar
       --panoramix-bz-whitecrush-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
                                 Show VLC on the taskbar (default enabled)
                                 White Crush for Blue
+
           Show VLC on the taskbar (default enabled)
           Select the White Crush of blended zone (Blue or V component)
+
       --skins2-transparency, --no-skins2-transparency
       --panoramix-bz-blacklevel-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
                                 Enable transparency effects (default disabled)
                                 Black Level for Red
+
          You can disable all transparency effects if you want. This is mainly
           Select the Black Level of blended zone (Red or Y component)
+
           useful when moving windows does not behave correctly. (default
       --panoramix-bz-blacklevel-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
          disabled)
                                 Black Level for Green
+
       --skinned-playlist, --no-skinned-playlist
           Select the Black Level of blended zone (Green or U component)
+
                                 Use a skinned playlist (default enabled)
       --panoramix-bz-blacklevel-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
           Use a skinned playlist (default enabled)
                                 Black Level for Blue
+
       --skinned-video, --no-skinned-video
           Select the Black Level of blended zone (Blue or V component)
+
                                Display video in a skinned window if any
       --panoramix-bz-whitelevel-red=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
                                 (default enabled)
                                 White Level for Red
+
          When set to 'no', this parameter is intended to give old skins a
           Select the White Level of blended zone (Red or Y component)
+
          chance to play back video even though no video tag is implemented
       --panoramix-bz-whitelevel-green=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
           (default enabled)
                                 White Level for Green
+
 
           Select the White Level of blended zone (Green or U component)
+
Qt interface
       --panoramix-bz-whitelevel-blue=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
       --qt-minimal-view, --no-qt-minimal-view
                                 White Level for Blue
+
                                Start in minimal view (without menus)
           Select the White Level of blended zone (Blue or V component)
+
                                 (default disabled)
       --panoramix-active=<string>
+
           Start in minimal view (without menus) (default disabled)
                                 Active windows
+
       --qt-system-tray, --no-qt-system-tray
           Comma separated list of active windows, defaults to all
+
                                 Systray icon (default enabled)
 
+
           Show an icon in the systray allowing you to control VLC media player
  MPEG-I/II video packetizer
+
          for basic actions. (default enabled)
       --packetizer-mpegvideo-sync-iframe, --no-packetizer-mpegvideo-sync-iframe
+
       --qt-notification, --no-qt-notification
                                 Sync on Intra Frame (default disabled)
+
                                Show notification popup on track change
           Normally the packetizer would sync on the next full frame. This flags
+
                                 (default enabled)
          instructs the packetizer to sync on the first Intra Frame found.
+
           Show a notification popup with the artist and track name when the
           (default disabled)
+
          current playlist item changes, when VLC is minimized or hidden.
 
+
          (default enabled)
On Screen Display menu
+
       --qt-start-minimized, --no-qt-start-minimized
       --osdmenu-x=<integer>      X coordinate
+
                                Start VLC with only a systray icon (default
          You can move the OSD menu by left-clicking on it.
+
                                 disabled)
      --osdmenu-y=<integer>      Y coordinate
+
           VLC will start with just an icon in your taskbar (default disabled)
           You can move the OSD menu by left-clicking on it.
+
       --qt-pause-minimized, --no-qt-pause-minimized
       --osdmenu-position={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
+
                                Pause the video playback when minimized
                                 Menu position
+
                                 (default disabled)
          You can enforce the OSD menu position on the video (0=center, 1=left,
+
          With this option enabled, the playback will be automatically paused
          2=right, 4=top, 8=bottom, you can also use combinations of these
+
           when minimizing the window. (default disabled)
          values, eg. 6 = top-right).
+
       --qt-opacity=<float [0.100000 .. 1.000000]>
      --osdmenu-file=<string>    Configuration file
+
                                 Windows opacity between 0.1 and 1
           Configuration file for the OSD Menu.
+
          Sets the windows opacity between 0.1 and 1 for main interface,
       --osdmenu-file-path=<string>
+
          playlist and extended panel. This option only works with Windows and
                                 Path to OSD menu images
+
           X11 with composite extensions.
           Path to the OSD menu images. This will override the path defined in
+
       --qt-fs-opacity=<float [0.100000 .. 1.000000]>
           the OSD configuration file.
+
                                 Fullscreen controller opacity between 0.1 and
       --osdmenu-timeout=<integer>
+
                                1
                                 Menu timeout
+
          Sets the fullscreen controller opacity between 0.1 and 1 for main
          OSD menu pictures get a default timeout of 15 seconds added to their
+
          interface, playlist and extended panel. This option only works with
           remaining time. This will ensure that they are at least the specified
+
           Windows and X11 with composite extensions.
           time visible.
+
       --qt-video-autoresize, --no-qt-video-autoresize
       --osdmenu-update=<integer [0 .. 1000]>
+
                                Resize interface to the native video size
                                 Menu update interval
+
                                 (default enabled)
           The default is to update the OSD menu picture every 200 ms. Shorten
+
           You have two choices:
          the update time for environments that experience transmissions
+
- The interface will resize to the native
          errors. Be careful with this option as encoding OSD menu pictures is
+
          video size
          very computing intensive. The range is 0 - 1000 ms.
+
  - The video will fit to the interface size
      --osdmenu-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
+
By default,
                                 Alpha transparency value (default 255)
+
          interface resize to the native video size. (default enabled)
           The transparency of the OSD menu can be changed by giving a value
+
       --qt-name-in-title, --no-qt-name-in-title
          between 0 and 255. A lower value specifies more transparency a higher
+
                                Show playing item name in window title
          means less transparency. The default is being not transparent (value
+
                                 (default enabled)
          255) the minimum is fully transparent (value 0).
+
           Show the name of the song or video in the controller window title.
 
+
           (default enabled)
VLM remote control interface
+
       --qt-fs-controller, --no-qt-fs-controller
       --telnet-host=<string>    Host
+
                                Show a controller in fullscreen mode (default
          This is the host on which the interface will listen. It defaults to
+
                                enabled)
          all network interfaces (0.0.0.0). If you want this interface to be
+
           Show a controller in fullscreen mode (default enabled)
           available only on the local machine, enter "127.0.0.1".
+
       --qt-recentplay, --no-qt-recentplay
      --telnet-port=<integer>    Port
+
                                 Save the recently played items in the menu
           This is the TCP port on which this interface will listen. It defaults
+
                                (default enabled)
           to 4212.
+
           Save the recently played items in the menu (default enabled)
      --telnet-password=<string> Password
+
       --qt-recentplay-filter=<string>
           A single administration password is used to protect this interface.
+
                                 List of words separated by | to filter
           The default value is "admin".
+
           Regular expression used to filter the recent items played in the
 
+
           player
Remote control interface
+
       --qt-updates-notif, --no-qt-updates-notif
       --rc-show-pos, --no-rc-show-pos
+
                                 Activate the updates availability
                                 Show stream position (default disabled)
+
                                notification (default disabled)
           Show the current position in seconds within the stream from time to
+
           Activate the automatic notification of new versions of the software.
          time. (default disabled)
+
           It runs once every two weeks. (default disabled)
       --rc-quiet, --no-rc-quiet  Do not open a DOS command box interface
+
       --qt-updates-days=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Number of days between two update checks
 +
           Number of days between two update checks
 +
      --qt-autosave-volume, --no-qt-autosave-volume
 +
                                Automatically save the volume on exit
 +
                                 (default enabled)
 +
           Automatically save the volume on exit (default enabled)
 +
       --qt-disable-volume-keys, --no-qt-disable-volume-keys
 +
                                Ignore keyboard volume buttons. (default
 +
                                enabled)
 +
           With this option checked, the volume up, volume down and mute buttons
 +
           on your keyboard will always change your system volume. With this
 +
           option unchecked, the volume buttons will change VLC's volume when
 +
           VLC is selected and change the system volume when VLC is not
 +
           selected. (default enabled)
 +
       --qt-embedded-open, --no-qt-embedded-open
 +
                                Embed the file browser in open dialog
 +
                                 (default disabled)
 +
           Embed the file browser in open dialog (default disabled)
 +
       --qt-advanced-pref, --no-qt-advanced-pref
 +
                                Show advanced preferences over simple ones
 
                                 (default disabled)
 
                                 (default disabled)
           By default the rc interface plugin will start a DOS command box.
+
           Show advanced preferences and not simple preferences when opening the
          Enabling the quiet mode will not bring this command box but can also
+
           preferences dialog. (default disabled)
          be pretty annoying when you want to stop VLC and no video window is
+
       --qt-error-dialogs, --no-qt-error-dialogs
           open. (default disabled)
+
                                Show unimportant error and warnings dialogs
       --rc-host=<string>        TCP command input
+
                                (default enabled)
          Accept commands over a socket rather than stdin. You can set the
+
           Show unimportant error and warnings dialogs (default enabled)
           address and port the interface will bind to.
+
       --qt-slider-colours=<string>
 
+
                                Define the colors of the volume slider
HTTP remote control interface
+
           Define the colors of the volume slider
       --http-host=<string>       Host address
+
By specifying the 12 numbers
          Address and port the HTTP interface will listen on. It defaults to
+
           separated by a ';'
           all network interfaces (0.0.0.0). If you want the HTTP interface to
+
Default is '255;255;255;20;226;20;255;176;15;235;30
          be available only on the local machine, enter 127.0.0.1
+
           ;20'
      --http-src=<string>        Source directory
+
An alternative can be '30;30;50;40;40;100;50;50;160;150;150;255'
           Source directory
+
       --qt-privacy-ask, --no-qt-privacy-ask
      --http-handlers=<string>  Handlers
+
                                 Ask for network policy at start (default
           List of handler extensions and executable paths (for instance:
+
                                disabled)
          php=/usr/bin/php,pl=/usr/bin/perl).
+
           Ask for network policy at start (default disabled)
       --http-album-art, --no-http-album-art
+
       --qt-fullscreen-screennumber=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Export album art as /art (default disabled)
+
                                Define which screen fullscreen goes
           Allow exporting album art for current playlist items at the /art and
+
           Screennumber of fullscreen, instead of same screen where interface is
          /art?id=<id> URLs. (default disabled)
+
       --qt-autoload-extensions, --no-qt-autoload-extensions
  HTTP SSL:
+
                                Load extensions on startup (default enabled)
       --http-intf-cert=<string> Certificate file
+
           Automatically load the extensions module on startup (default enabled)
           HTTP interface x509 PEM certificate file (enables SSL).
+
       --qt-bgcone, --no-qt-bgcone
       --http-intf-key=<string>  Private key file
+
                                 Display background cone or art (default
          HTTP interface x509 PEM private key file.
+
                                enabled)
      --http-intf-ca=<string>    Root CA file
+
           Display background cone or current album art when not playing. Can be
          HTTP interface x509 PEM trusted root CA certificates file.
+
          disabled to prevent burning screen. (default enabled)
      --http-intf-crl=<string>  CRL file
+
       --qt-bgcone-expands, --no-qt-bgcone-expands
           HTTP interace Certificates Revocation List file.
+
                                 Expanding background cone or art. (default
 
+
                                disabled)
Windows Service interface
+
           Background art fits window's size (default disabled)
       --ntservice-install, --no-ntservice-install
+
       --qt-icon-change, --no-qt-icon-change
                                 Install Windows Service (default disabled)
+
                                 Allow automatic icon changes (default enabled)
           Install the Service and exit. (default disabled)
+
           This option allows the interface to change its icon on various
       --ntservice-uninstall, --no-ntservice-uninstall
+
           occasions. (default enabled)
                                 Uninstall Windows Service (default disabled)
 
           Uninstall the Service and exit. (default disabled)
 
       --ntservice-name=<string>  Display name of the Service
 
          Change the display name of the Service.
 
      --ntservice-options=<string>
 
                                Configuration options
 
          Configuration options that will be used by the Service (eg. --foo=bar
 
          --no-foobar). It should be specified at install time so the Service
 
          is properly configured.
 
      --ntservice-extraintf=<string>
 
                                 Extra interface modules
 
           Additional interfaces spawned by the Service. It should be specified
 
          at install time so the Service is properly configured. Use a comma
 
           separated list of interface modules. (common values are: logger, sap,
 
          rc, http)
 
  
  Volume normalizer
+
  VC1 video demuxer
       --norm-buff-size=<integer> Number of audio buffers
+
       --vc1-fps=<float>         Frames per Second
          This is the number of audio buffers on which the power measurement is
+
           Desired frame rate for the VC-1 stream.
           made. A higher number of buffers will increase the response time of
 
          the filter to a spike but will make it less sensitive to short
 
          variations.
 
      --norm-max-level=<float>  Maximal volume level
 
          If the average power over the last N buffers is higher than this
 
          value, the volume will be normalized. This value is a positive
 
          floating point number. A value between 0.5 and 10 seems sensible.
 
  
  Network synchronisation
+
  MPEG Transport Stream demuxer
       --netsync-master, --no-netsync-master
+
       --ts-extra-pmt=<string>    Extra PMT
                                 Network master clock (default disabled)
+
          Allows a user to specify an extra pmt (pmt_pid=pid:stream_type[,...]).
           When set then this vlc instance shall dictate its clock for
+
      --ts-es-id-pid, --no-ts-es-id-pid
           synchronisationover clients listening on the masters network ip
+
                                 Set id of ES to PID (default enabled)
           address (default disabled)
+
          Set the internal ID of each elementary stream handled by VLC to the
       --netsync-master-ip=<string>
+
          same value as the PID in the TS stream, instead of 1, 2, 3, etc.
                                 Master server ip address
+
          Useful to do '#duplicate{..., select="es=<pid>"}'. (default enabled)
           The IP address of the network master clock to use for clock
+
      --ts-out=<string>          Fast udp streaming
           synchronisation.
+
          Sends TS to specific ip:port by udp (you must know what you are
       --netsync-timeout=<integer>
+
          doing).
                                 UDP timeout (in ms)
+
      --ts-out-mtu=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Amount of time (in ms) to wait before aborting network reception of
+
                                MTU for out mode
           data.
+
           MTU for out mode.
 +
      --ts-csa-ck=<string>      CSA Key
 +
          CSA encryption key. This must be a 16 char string (8 hexadecimal
 +
          bytes).
 +
      --ts-csa2-ck=<string>      Second CSA Key
 +
          The even CSA encryption key. This must be a 16 char string (8
 +
           hexadecimal bytes).
 +
      --ts-csa-pkt=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                Packet size in bytes to decrypt
 +
          Specify the size of the TS packet to decrypt. The decryption routines
 +
          subtract the TS-header from the value before decrypting.
 +
      --ts-silent, --no-ts-silent
 +
                                Silent mode (default disabled)
 +
           Do not complain on encrypted PES. (default disabled)
 +
       --ts-dump-file=<string>   Filename of dump
 +
          Specify a filename where to dump the TS in.
 +
      --ts-dump-append, --no-ts-dump-append
 +
                                 Append (default disabled)
 +
           If the file exists and this option is selected, the existing file
 +
           will not be overwritten. (default disabled)
 +
       --ts-dump-size=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
 +
                                 Dump buffer size
 +
          Tweak the buffer size for reading and writing an integer number of
 +
          packets. Specify the size of the buffer here and not the number of
 +
          packets.
 +
      --ts-split-es, --no-ts-split-es
 +
                                Separate sub-streams (default enabled)
 +
           Separate teletex/dvbs pages into independent ES. It can be useful to
 +
          turn off this option when using stream output. (default enabled)
 +
      --ts-seek-percent, --no-ts-seek-percent
 +
                                Seek based on percent not time (default
 +
                                disabled)
 +
           Seek and position based on a percent byte position, not a PCR
 +
          generated time position. If seeking doesn't work property, turn on
 +
          this option. (default disabled)
  
  TS muxer (libdvbpsi)
+
  Text subtitles parser
       --sout-ts-pid-video=<integer>
+
       --sub-fps=<float>         Frames per second
                                Video PID
+
           Override the normal frames per second settings. This will only work
           Assign a fixed PID to the video stream. The PCR PID will
+
           with MicroDVD and SubRIP (SRT) subtitles.
           automatically be the video.
+
       --sub-delay=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --sout-ts-pid-audio=<integer>
+
                                 Subtitles delay
                                 Audio PID
+
           Apply a delay to all subtitles (in 1/10s, eg 100 means 10s).
           Assign a fixed PID to the audio stream.
+
       --sub-type={auto,microdvd,subrip,subviewer,ssa1,ssa2-4,ass,vplayer,sami,dvdsubtitle,mpl2,aqt,pjs,mpsub,jacosub,psb,realtext,dks,subviewer1}
       --sout-ts-pid-spu=<integer>
+
                                 Subtitles format
                                 SPU PID
+
           Force the subtiles format. Valid values are : "microdvd", "subrip",
           Assign a fixed PID to the SPU.
+
          "subviewer", "ssa1", "ssa2-4", "ass", "vplayer", "sami",
      --sout-ts-pid-pmt=<integer>
+
          "dvdsubtitle", "mpl2", "aqt", "pjs", "mpsub", "jacosub", "psb",
                                PMT PID
+
          "realtext", "dks", "subviewer1",  and "auto" (meaning autodetection,
           Assign a fixed PID to the PMT
+
           this should always work).
       --sout-ts-tsid=<integer>   TS ID
+
       --sub-description=<string> Subtitles description
           Assign a fixed Transport Stream ID.
+
           Override the default track description.
       --sout-ts-netid=<integerNET ID
+
 
           Assign a fixed Network ID (for SDT table)
+
Raw video demuxer
       --sout-ts-program-pmt=<string>
+
       --rawvid-fps=<string>     Frames per Second
                                 PMT Program numbers
+
          This is the desired frame rate when playing raw video streams. In
           Assign a program number to each PMT. This requires "Set PID to ID of
+
           the form 30000/1001 or 29.97
          ES" to be enabled.
+
       --rawvid-width=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
       --sout-ts-es-id-pid, --no-sout-ts-es-id-pid
+
                                 Width
                                 Set PID to ID of ES (default disabled)
+
           This specifies the width in pixels of the raw video stream.
           Sets PID to the ID if the incoming ES. This is for use with
+
       --rawvid-height=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          --ts-es-id-pid, and allows to have the same PIDs in the input and
+
                                 Height
          output streams. (default disabled)
+
           This specifies the height in pixels of the raw video stream.
       --sout-ts-muxpmt=<string> Mux PMT (requires --sout-ts-es-id-pid)
+
       --rawvid-chroma=<string>   Force chroma (Use carefully)
           Define the pids to add to each pmt. This requires "Set PID to ID of
+
           Force chroma. This is a four character string.
          ES" to be enabled.
+
       --rawvid-aspect-ratio=<string>
       --sout-ts-sdtdesc=<string> SDT Descriptors (requires --sout-ts-es-id-pid)
+
                                Aspect ratio
          Defines the descriptors of each SDT. Thisrequires "Set PID to ID of
+
           Aspect ratio (4:3, 16:9). Default assumes square pixels.
           ES" to be enabled.
+
 
      --sout-ts-alignment, --no-sout-ts-alignment
+
DV (Digital Video) demuxer
                                Data alignment (default enabled)
+
       --rawdv-hurry-up, --no-rawdv-hurry-up
          Enforces alignment of all access units on PES boundaries. Disabling
+
                                 Hurry up (default disabled)
          this might save some bandwidth but introduce incompatibilities.
+
           The demuxer will advance timestamps if the input can't keep up with
          (default enabled)
+
           the rate. (default disabled)
      --sout-ts-shaping=<integer>
+
 
                                Shaping delay (ms)
+
Raw audio demuxer
          Cut the stream in slices of the given duration, and ensure a constant
+
       --rawaud-channels=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          bitrate between the two boundaries. This avoids having huge bitrate
+
                                Audio channels
          peaks, especially for reference frames.
+
           Audio channels in input stream. Numeric value >0. Default is 2.
       --sout-ts-use-key-frames, --no-sout-ts-use-key-frames
+
       --rawaud-samplerate=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
                                 Use keyframes (default disabled)
+
                                 Audio samplerate (Hz)
           If enabled, and shaping is specified, the TS muxer will place the
+
           Audio sample rate in Hertz. Default is 48000 Hz.
           boundaries at the end of I pictures. In that case, the shaping
+
       --rawaud-fourcc=<string>   FOURCC code of raw input format
          duration given by the user is a worse case used when no reference
+
           FOURCC code of the raw input format. This is a four character string.
          frame is available. This enhances the efficiency of the shaping
+
       --rawaud-lang=<string>     Forces the audio language
          algorithm, since I frames are usually the biggest frames in the
+
           Forces the audio language for the output mux. Three letter ISO639
          stream. (default disabled)
+
           code. Default is 'eng'.  
       --sout-ts-pcr=<integer>   PCR interval (ms)
 
           Set at which interval PCRs (Program Clock Reference) will be sent (in
 
          milliseconds). This value should be below 100ms. (default is 70ms).
 
       --sout-ts-bmin=<integer>  Minimum B (deprecated)
 
          This setting is deprecated and not used anymore
 
      --sout-ts-bmax=<integer>  Maximum B (deprecated)
 
          This setting is deprecated and not used anymore
 
      --sout-ts-dts-delay=<integer>
 
                                 DTS delay (ms)
 
           Delay the DTS (decoding time stamps) and PTS (presentation
 
          timestamps) of the data in the stream, compared to the PCRs. This
 
          allows for some buffering inside the client decoder.
 
       --sout-ts-crypt-audio, --no-sout-ts-crypt-audio
 
                                Crypt audio (default enabled)
 
          Crypt audio using CSA (default enabled)
 
      --sout-ts-crypt-video, --no-sout-ts-crypt-video
 
                                Crypt video (default enabled)
 
          Crypt video using CSA (default enabled)
 
      --sout-ts-csa-ck=<string> CSA Key
 
           CSA encryption key. This must be a 16 char string (8 hexadecimal
 
          bytes).
 
       --sout-ts-csa2-ck=<string> Second CSA Key
 
           The even CSA encryption key. This must be a 16 char string (8
 
          hexadecimal bytes).
 
      --sout-ts-csa-use=<string> CSA Key in use
 
          CSA encryption key used. It can be the odd/first/1 (default) or the
 
          even/second/2 one.
 
      --sout-ts-csa-pkt=<integer>
 
                                Packet size in bytes to encrypt
 
           Size of the TS packet to encrypt. The encryption routines subtract
 
          the TS-header from the value before encrypting.
 
  
  PS muxer
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  MPEG-PS demuxer
       --sout-ps-dts-delay=<integer>
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       --ps-trust-timestamps, --no-ps-trust-timestamps
                                 DTS delay (ms)
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                                 Trust MPEG timestamps (default enabled)
           Delay the DTS (decoding time stamps) and PTS (presentation
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           Normally we use the timestamps of the MPEG files to calculate
          timestamps) of the data in the stream, compared to the SCRs. This
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          position and duration. However sometimes this might not be usable.
           allows for some buffering inside the client decoder.
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           Disable this option to calculate from the bitrate instead. (default
      --sout-ps-pes-max-size=<integer>
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           enabled)
                                PES maximum size
 
           Set the maximum allowed PES size when producing the MPEG PS streams.
 
  
  Multipart JPEG muxer
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  Playlist
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      --playlist-skip-ads, --no-playlist-skip-ads
 +
                                Skip ads (default enabled)
 +
          Use playlist options usually used to prevent ads skipping to detect
 +
          ads and prevent adding them to the playlist. (default enabled)
 +
      --shoutcast-show-adult, --no-shoutcast-show-adult
 +
                                Show shoutcast adult content (default
 +
                                disabled)
 +
          Show NC17 rated video streams when using shoutcast video playlists.
 +
          (default disabled)
  
  MP4/MOV muxer
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  MOD demuxer (libmodplug)
       --sout-mp4-faststart, --no-sout-mp4-faststart
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       --mod-noisereduction, --no-mod-noisereduction
                                 Create "Fast Start" files (default enabled)
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                                 Noise reduction (default enabled)
           Create "Fast Start" files. "Fast Start" files are optimized for
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           Enable noise reduction algorithm. (default enabled)
          downloads and allow the user to start previewing the file while it is
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      --mod-reverb, --no-mod-reverb
           downloading. (default enabled)
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                                Reverb (default disabled)
 
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           Enable reverberation (default disabled)
ASF muxer
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       --mod-reverb-level=<integer [0 .. 100]>
       --sout-asf-title=<string> Title
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                                Reverberation level
           Title to put in ASF comments.
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           Reverberation level (from 0 to 100, default value is 0).
       --sout-asf-author=<string> Author
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       --mod-reverb-delay=<integer [0 .. 1000]>
           Author to put in ASF comments.
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                                Reverberation delay
       --sout-asf-copyright=<string>
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           Reverberation delay, in ms. Usual values are from to 40 to 200ms.
                                 Copyright
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       --mod-megabass, --no-mod-megabass
           Copyright string to put in ASF comments.
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                                 Mega bass (default disabled)
       --sout-asf-comment=<string>
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           Enable megabass mode (default disabled)
                                 Comment
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       --mod-megabass-level=<integer [0 .. 100]>
           Comment to put in ASF comments.
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                                 Mega bass level
       --sout-asf-rating=<string> Rating
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           Megabass mode level (from 0 to 100, default value is 0).
           "Rating" to put in ASF comments.
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       --mod-megabass-range=<integer [10 .. 100]>
       --sout-asf-packet-size=<integer>
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                                Mega bass cutoff
                                 Packet Size
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           Megabass mode cutoff frequency, in Hz. This is the maximum frequency
           ASF packet size -- default is 4096 bytes
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          for which the megabass effect applies. Valid values are from 10 to
       --sout-asf-bitrate-override=<integer>
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          100 Hz.
                                 Bitrate override
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       --mod-surround, --no-mod-surround
           Do not try to guess ASF bitrate. Setting this, allows you to control
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                                Surround (default disabled)
          how Windows Media Player will cache streamed content. Set to
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          Surround (default disabled)
          audio+video bitrate in bytes
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      --mod-surround-level=<integer [0 .. 100]>
 +
                                 Surround level
 +
           Surround effect level (from 0 to 100, default value is 0).
 +
       --mod-surround-delay=<integer [0 .. 1000]>
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                                 Surround delay (ms)
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           Surround delay, in ms. Usual values are from 5 to 40 ms.
  
  MSN Now-Playing
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  Matroska stream demuxer
       --msn-format=<string>      Title format string
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      --mkv-use-ordered-chapters, --no-mkv-use-ordered-chapters
           Format of the string to send to MSN {0} Artist, {1} Title, {2} Album.
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                                Respect ordered chapters (default enabled)
           Defaults to "Artist - Title" ({0} - {1}).
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          Play chapters in the order specified in the segment. (default enabled)
 
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       --mkv-use-chapter-codec, --no-mkv-use-chapter-codec
  Motion blur filter
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                                Chapter codecs (default enabled)
       --blur-factor=<integer [1 .. 127]>
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           Use chapter codecs found in the segment. (default enabled)
                                Blur factor (1-127)
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      --mkv-preload-local-dir, --no-mkv-preload-local-dir
          The degree of blurring from 1 to 127.
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                                Preload MKV files in the same directory
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                                (default enabled)
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           Preload matroska files in the same directory to find linked segments
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          (not good for broken files). (default enabled)
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      --mkv-seek-percent, --no-mkv-seek-percent
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                                Seek based on percent not time (default
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                                disabled)
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          Seek based on percent not time. (default disabled)
 +
      --mkv-use-dummy, --no-mkv-use-dummy
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                                Dummy Elements (default disabled)
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          Read and discard unknown EBML elements (not good for broken files).
 +
          (default disabled)
 +
 
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  M-JPEG camera demuxer
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       --mjpeg-fps=<float>        Frames per Second
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          This is the desired frame rate when playing MJPEG from a file. Use 0
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          (this is the default value) for a live stream (from a camera).
  
  Mosaic video sub filter
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  RTP/RTSP/SDP demuxer (using Live555)
       --mosaic-alpha=<integer [0 .. 255]>
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       --rtsp-tcp, --no-rtsp-tcp  Use RTP over RTSP (TCP) (default disabled)
                                Transparency
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           Use RTP over RTSP (TCP) (default disabled)
          Transparency of the mosaic foreground pictures. 0 means transparent,
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       --rtp-client-port=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           255 opaque (default).
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                                Client port
       --mosaic-height=<integer> Height
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           Port to use for the RTP source of the session
           Total height of the mosaic, in pixels.
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       --rtsp-mcast, --no-rtsp-mcast
      --mosaic-width=<integer>  Width
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                                 Force multicast RTP via RTSP (default
          Total width of the mosaic, in pixels.
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                                disabled)
       --mosaic-align={0 (Center), 1 (Left), 2 (Right), 4 (Top), 8 (Bottom), 5 (Top-Left), 6 (Top-Right), 9 (Bottom-Left), 10 (Bottom-Right)}
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           Force multicast RTP via RTSP (default disabled)
                                 Mosaic alignment
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       --rtsp-http, --no-rtsp-http
          You can enforce the mosaic alignment on the video (0=center, 1=left,
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                                Tunnel RTSP and RTP over HTTP (default
          2=right, 4=top, 8=bottom, you can also use combinations of these
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                                disabled)
           values, eg 6 = top-right).
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           Tunnel RTSP and RTP over HTTP (default disabled)
       --mosaic-xoffset=<integer> Top left corner X coordinate
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       --rtsp-http-port=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          X Coordinate of the top-left corner of the mosaic.
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                                HTTP tunnel port
      --mosaic-yoffset=<integer> Top left corner Y coordinate
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           Port to use for tunneling the RTSP/RTP over HTTP.
          Y Coordinate of the top-left corner of the mosaic.
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       --rtsp-kasenna, --no-rtsp-kasenna
      --mosaic-borderw=<integer> Border width
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                                Kasenna RTSP dialect (default disabled)
           Width in pixels of the border between miniatures.
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           Kasenna servers use an old and nonstandard dialect of RTSP. With this
       --mosaic-borderh=<integer> Border height
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           parameter VLC will try this dialect, but then it cannot connect to
           Height in pixels of the border between miniatures.
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           normal RTSP servers. (default disabled)
       --mosaic-position={0 (auto), 1 (fixed), 2 (offsets)}
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       --rtsp-wmserver, --no-rtsp-wmserver
                                Positioning method
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                                 WMServer RTSP dialect (default disabled)
          Positioning method for the mosaic. auto: automatically choose the
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           WMServer uses a nonstandard dialect of RTSP. Selecting this parameter
          best number of rows and columns. fixed: use the user-defined number
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          will tell VLC to assume some options contrary to RFC 2326 guidelines.
          of rows and columns. offsets: use the user-defined offsets for each
 
          image.
 
      --mosaic-rows=<integer>    Number of rows
 
          Number of image rows in the mosaic (only used if positionning method
 
           is set to "fixed").
 
      --mosaic-cols=<integer>    Number of columns
 
           Number of image columns in the mosaic (only used if positionning
 
           method is set to "fixed".
 
       --mosaic-keep-aspect-ratio, --no-mosaic-keep-aspect-ratio
 
                                 Keep aspect ratio (default disabled)
 
           Keep the original aspect ratio when resizing mosaic elements.
 
 
           (default disabled)
 
           (default disabled)
       --mosaic-keep-picture, --no-mosaic-keep-picture
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       --rtsp-user=<string>      RTSP user name
                                Keep original size (default disabled)
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          Sets the username for the connection, if no username or password are
           Keep the original size of mosaic elements. (default disabled)
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           set in the url.
       --mosaic-order=<string>   Elements order
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       --rtsp-pwd=<string>       RTSP password
           You can enforce the order of the elements on the mosaic. You must
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           Sets the password for the connection, if no username or password are
          give a comma-separated list of picture ID(s).These IDs are assigned
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          set in the url.
           in the "mosaic-bridge" module.
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       --mosaic-offsets=<string> Offsets in order
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Image demuxer
           You can enforce the (x,y) offsets of the elements on the mosaic (only
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      --image-id=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
          used if positioning method is set to "offsets"). You must give a
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                                ES ID
           comma-separated list of coordinates (eg: 10,10,150,10).
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           Set the ID of the elementary stream
       --mosaic-delay=<integer>   Delay
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       --image-group=<integer [-2147483648 .. 2147483647]>
           Pictures coming from the mosaic elements will be delayed according to
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                                Group
           this value (in milliseconds). For high values you will need to raise
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           Set the group of the elementary stream
           caching at input.
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      --image-decode, --no-image-decode