1 (edited by flemijackson 17-10-2020 06:39:16)

Topic: VLC using root access required for SVP normal

As of late I at long last succeeded in introducing and making SVP 4 work in linux. This is a program that plays any video document/dvd/blueray into 60fps while viewing. I am aware of the entire conversation of 24 versus 60fps in films and network programs, yet I dont care about that, I simply prefer to watch motion pictures and television programs in 60 fps (generally dvds and blue beams). pcopinion

For this program I needed to follow this entire rundown of orders on their site under "Linux" in their wiki. It incorporates introducing vlc, mpv, vapoursynth, that stuff.

Everything goes fine on Linux Mint. Nonetheless, the last part at getting VLC to work is somewhat troublesome. Whenever I select the "VLC record" that is in/usr/canister/, in the order line that is unguarded with SVP supervisor I get the message "vlc should be run as root". I likewise get this when I select the "open svp in vlc" in SVP director. So I needed to transform one thing in VLC to make it generally run with root access. From that point onward, SVP works fine on VLC. SVP chief piece of SVP likewise just works with root access. I can't begin it without, notwithstanding where I have introduced it. (likewise, the standard introduce way whenever I open the introduce bundle is in root, I change this to usr/lib)

Re: VLC using root access required for SVP normal

looks like another spambot