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Remember position


VLC Extension

Score 56%
Blog:  Link
Downloads:  52350
Submitted:  Mar 27 2013
Updated:  Jul 12 2014


When enabled, this extensions remembers the last position for all video files played, automatically resuming playback where you finished last time.

NOTE: This extension works on VLC 2.0.8 but not on 2.1.x as far as I know. Checkout the homepage for more info.

On Windows, put it in %USERPROFILE%/AppData/Roaming/vlc/lua/extensions/(I had to create the lua and extensions folder)

You need to put the file mempos.lua in the following directory:

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 Nearly ran... Additional

 by Crumbley on: Aug 3 2014
Score 50%

The Remember Position flag setting should only be changed by the user and should survive VLC being closed etc.

If set to activate should stay that way for ever more or until a user changes it.

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 Windows 7 64bit.

 by Crumbley on: Aug 3 2014
Score 50%

Got it to work under Windows 7 64bit.

I've taken the easy way out;I've gone back to VLC version 2 0 8.

Only one wish list item left.

By default, could it go to the remembered position when starting a media file rather than defaulting to the beginning?

That would mean that if the user wants to start a media file at the beginning when it had been started at the remembered position then they would need adjust the position slider to the beginning.

Normally I would like to listen to an audio book file from where I left off and only very rarely would I need to start the audio file from the beginning again.

These files can be ten or more hours long and I tend to listen in half hour sessions.

Impressive coding. Not over complicated functionality. Well done.

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 Error in Debug Logging.

 by Crumbley on: Aug 4 2014
Score 50%

Loaded VLC
Ticked Resume Position
Loaded media file - went directly to remembered position
Played for 5 minutes
Loaded a second media file
Loaded interface Debug Logging
Error occurring every 10 seconds = lastsavepos not calculated due to being nil value, line 97.

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 Remember position possible bug

 by Crumbley on: Aug 6 2014
Score 50%


Ran a 2 hour film with the current position being recorded right to the very end.
Ran the film again with Remember position turned off.
Activated the extension and the film jumped to the end of the film and finished.

The record was not deleted in the pos.txt file when the position recording was active and the film had reached the end.

Pos record elapsed and total seconds?
["Film name.mp4"] = 7442.710,


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 Re: Remember position possible bug

 by augustbering on: Aug 8 2014
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No, position records are never deleted. That might be a good idea, but me myself I never play a movie to the very end, so for me that wouldn't change anything.

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 Feature added to VLC nightlies!

 by Imran51408 on: Dec 29 2014
Score 50%

I'm happy to inform users that this feature has been added to the latest nightlies of VLC 2.2.0-rc2. I have tested it on the Intel-based Mac version and it works quite well, media will resume where you left it off. However, since it's still beta, it's not 100%. It won't resume if you only watched the first few seconds of a video and it won't resume if you were on the last few seconds of a video. Please confirm.

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