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1px green line at bottom of VLC video output after latest update [2.2.2]

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NathanJ79
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1px green line at bottom of VLC video output after latest update [2.2.2]

Since the update, I've been seeing a green line at the bottom of VLC's video output on every video. MP4 and MKV mostly. Found a QuickTime video and it did it, too. Found two AVIs and they actually didn't have the green line. They're also sub-HD, but I don't think that matters.

Just wondering if anyone else is seeing it and, if so, what if anything you were able to do about it. It's hardly noticeable after a minute or so.

It does not show up in screenshots made by VLC. It will output a JPEG without the line. The line shows in a screenshot made with the Windows snipping tool, though. Here's an Imgur link: http://i.imgur.com/a8faYup.jpg (Bonus points if you can name the music video the screenshot was taken from.)

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Still happens in Rev 2.

Still happens in Rev 2.

Rolling back to 2.1.2 for now. I'll see if it fixes it. Seems like it should. Yep, fixed it.

This should really be in the known issues though. Willing to troubleshoot if there's anything I can do towards solving it. Anyone else have this issue, or is it just me?

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Probably not portable

Affecting the video output like that isn't likely something specific to the portable version.

A quick Google looks like there are a lot of reports of this (or something like it), and it usually has something to do with your video output settings.

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