Currently the 32bit pot player gets installed , can we get support for 64bit version.
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VLC requires Java in order to support menus on Blu-Ray discs. For VLC Portable this currently only seems to be the Oracle Java packages (jPortable). This may be an issue for some for licensing reasons. Could this Blu-Ray menu support be provided via the Portable OpenJDK packages as an alternative?
After I update, I can't open it on my 32-bit Windows computer
When I try to open it, it gives me an error saying "potplayer.dll is modified or hacked"
I tried both CamStudio and OBS Studio on my HP laptop.
Neither worked with audio. I got errors trying to access audio via speakers.
OS Win10 64bit, InstallPath C:\Users\myuser\Programme\Openshot Openshot-Version 2.6.1 / libopenshot 0.2.7 / Build Date 2021-09-04 23:49
the preview function is very slow. While I'm typing this, preview is running and made 3 seconds, while well a minute passed in real time. Re-installing did not solve the problem, I also downloaded it again. Of course, I've also tried several restarts both of the app and my laptop.
I have a legit FL Studio license, and I'd like to use it as portable.
I'd like it to be portable in order to use it (with LMMS) wherever I carry my drive, but I'd like to stick with LMMS for the following reasons:
- LMMS is lightweight, compared to FL Studio
- LMMS supports using FL Studio PlugIns and samples, but still requires plugins to be activated (so that's the reason why I also need a portable version of FL Studio)
I installed winLAME to the Portable Apps Platform 19.1 on my USB thumbdrive.
When trying to launch the program the splash screen shows up and closes, after that nothing happens.
I waited for about 2 minutes for the program to come up and still nothing. winLAME is still listed to support
Windows XP on its download page.
I've tried this in the past. Is it possible to use gpu for video export?
As i recall it doesn't, so I'm installing the native version. Good program though.
Installed audacity 3.0.5 portable edition
downloaded FFMPeg 2.2.2 and put all files in
I launch audacity and tried to import a AAC audio file. Audacity says I don't have FFMPeg.
edit->preferences->library says FFMPeg libary not found
i used the button to manually locate the avcodec-55.dll and save it.
but I won't take it, no error message, no happy message. just no change.
I restart the app several times, resetting each time the FFMPeg libary to no avail.