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Previous frame

  

VLC Extension

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Forum:  Link
Downloads:  18092
Submitted:  Jan 10 2013

Description:

Previous frame is VLC Extension that performs short backward jumps in a playing video. This would like to be an opposite to VLC built-in feature "Next frame (e)".
You can use it as an universal back&forth jumper!

VLC-2.0.x: You can use "Numpad 4" and "Numpad 6" keys in a playing media. Feel free to edit global variables at the beginning of the script simply in some text editor.
VLC-2.1.x: https://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=100885#p388873

DOWNLOAD:
- click on the download button below
- when the file appears click on the menu File > Save as... of your browser
INSTALLATION:
- put the ".lua" file in the VLC subdir /lua/extensions, by default:
* Windows (all users): %ProgramFiles%\VideoLAN\VLC\lua\extensions\
* Windows (current user): %APPDATA%\VLC\lua\extensions\
* Linux (all users): /usr/share/vlc/lua/extensions/
* Linux (current user): ~/.local/share/vlc/lua/extensions/
* Mac OS X (all users): /Applications/VLC.app/Contents/MacOS/share/lua/extensions/
* Mac OS X (current user): ~/Library/Application Support/org.videolan.vlc/lua/extensions
(create directories if they don't exist)
Restart the VLC.
USAGE:
Then you simply use the extension by going to the "View" menu and selecting it there.




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 Works well with AVI{XVID, MP3}

 
 by mederi on: Jan 11 2013
 
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I tested the extension on a short sample of TS{M2V, M1A} and MKV{AVC1, AAC}. The extension does not work well with these formats if you would like to perform split-second jumps, but it still can be used for longer backward/forward jumps. Tiny jumps work well in AVI{XVID, MP3} format.


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 Hotkey to skip to previous frame?

 
 by gernoth on: Aug 25 2013
 
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I would like to assign a hotkey to this action.
However, I cannot find it in the hotkeys dialog.
Any idea how this could be accomplished?


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 Re: Hotkey to skip to previous frame?

 
 by mederi on: Aug 27 2013
 
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You cannot find it in the hotkeys dialog (VLC preferences) because it is not there. You just activate the extension in VLC menu, then you use the predefined hotkeys Numpad4 and Numpad6 in the player. If you want to define custom hotkeys, then edit the script and use custom key code number (previous_key=52). To find out a key code, just activate the Logger in Help in the dialog box of the extension, focus the player and press a desired key there.


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 Re: Re: Hotkey to skip to previous frame?

 
 by gernoth on: Sep 17 2013
 
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yes but I _have_ to activate the extension through the menu? What if I am currently in full screen mode (then I have no menu, hitting Alt key doesnt help). Can you think of any way to bind this to a (maybe exotic) main window keyboard combination?


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 VLC 2.1 on MAC

 
 by Mind0Master1 on: Oct 29 2013
 
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Can this add-on still be used with VLC 2.1 on Mac?
b/c
1. no controls in a custom dialog box
2. no more custom hotkeys in this extension (per https://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=100885#p388873)


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 Re: VLC 2.1 on MAC

 
 by mederi on: Oct 31 2013
 
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Please edit the script and remove those two lines with add_callback, del_callback and share your experience here, whether the dialog box in extension works on Mac. I am on Windows XP.


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 Re: Re: VLC 2.1 on MAC

 
 by GDswamp on: Jan 2 2014
 
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No success with this, sorry to say. I am on VLC 2.0.8 Twoflower, Mac OS 10.8.5. I've tried implementing two lua extensions, this one and another of yours (mederi) for displayi ng the time in tenths of seconds. So far no dice.

In this case I installed in the directory you suggested, and made the suggested edits in Mac's TextEdit program then resaved back to .lua format (first I just deleted the line about "create_dialog()", then also the two other lines you mention in the above comment). No sign of the new functionality when I restart the program. Don't suppose you (mederi) know any Mac user/programmers on the forum who could be enlisted to figure out what's getting lost in translation?


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 Re: Re: VLC 2.1 on MAC

 
 by GDswamp on: Jan 3 2014
 
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No success with this, sorry to say. I am on VLC 2.0.8 Twoflower, Mac OS 10.8.5. I've tried implementing two lua extensions, this one and another of yours (mederi) for displayi ng the time in tenths of seconds. So far no dice.

In this case I installed in the directory you suggested, and made the suggested edits in Mac's TextEdit program then resaved back to .lua format (first I just deleted the line about "create_dialog()", then also the two other lines you mention in the above comment). No sign of the new functionality when I restart the program. Don't suppose you (mederi) know any Mac user/programmers on the forum who could be enlisted to figure out what's getting lost in translation?


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 Re: Re: VLC 2.1 on MAC

 
 by GDswamp on: Jan 4 2014
 
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No success with this, sorry to say. I am on VLC 2.0.8 Twoflower, Mac OS 10.8.5. I've tried implementing two lua extensions, this one and another of yours (mederi) for displayi ng the time in tenths of seconds. So far no dice.

In this case I installed in the directory you suggested, and made the suggested edits in Mac's TextEdit program then resaved back to .lua format (first I just deleted the line about "create_dialog()", then also the two other lines you mention in the above comment). No sign of the new functionality when I restart the program. Don't suppose you (mederi) know any Mac user/programmers on the forum who could be enlisted to figure out what's getting lost in translation?


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 Re: Re: Re: VLC 2.1 on MAC

 
 by mederi on: Jan 4 2014
 
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Thank you for feedback. I have just found following video with instructions how to install VLSub extension on Linux, Windows and Mac:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=of2wgf_dhQw
You do not need to understand the language there, just jump to the 13-th minute in the video (part about Mac) and watch it.
VLSub extension also uses dialog box and it apparently works on Mac, too. Please install the Previous frame extension the same way like the guy in the video and tell me, whether the extension appears in VLC menu and whether it works. Do not eliminate dialog box by removing create_dialog(). You probably need to eliminate callback as described in my previous comment.
Callbacks probably never worked on Mac. They works on Windows and Linux in VLC-2.0.x, not in new VLC-2.1.x. Please share your experience to provide correct instructions for other users of Mac OS X. Thanks.


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 How to map mouse buttons to previous and next frm?

 
 by zimon on: Nov 30 2013
 
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I got this in debug window when pressing mouse buttons next+previous:
main debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
main debug: VoutDisplayEvent 'mouse button' 8 t=8
main debug: VoutDisplayEvent 'mouse button' 8 t=9
main debug: VoutDisplayEvent 'mouse button' 7 t=8
main debug: VoutDisplayEvent 'mouse button' 7 t=9
main debug: auto hiding mouse cursor


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