How stop the shaking screen on VLC?

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Hello,

I recently downloaded a video (.mkv) and found that it shakes when I play full screen. Please tell me how to stop the shaking screen on vlc.

Thanks.

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Best Answer by shwanj whudson
Answered By 0 points N/A #144591

How stop the shaking screen on VLC?

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Ok you can try this method to stop shaking your screen while you play the video

1.Go to Start 

2.Go To Setting 

3.Now Click on Control Panel

4.Now Go to Display And Setting 

5.Set the Resolution at the Minimum Value , which is 600*800

6.Click "Apply"

After completing the procedure hope your screen will stop shaking.

 
 
Answered By 0 points N/A #144594

How stop the shaking screen on VLC?

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Hi,

Kindly tell us that which system you are using what is the specification of your system. Most of the time this issue of shaking screens occurs when you are having the problem with the graphic card. I will suggest you to check the graphic card and if you update it I hope the issue of shaking screen will be solved.

 

Regards,

JK

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How stop the shaking screen on VLC?

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Hello Mr. David

            Usually this Shaking problem lies in display adapter drivers; you can change VLC settings to make video work.

 If you are using Windows XP, simple way to fix is to disable Accelerated video output/Overlay video output which can be done as follows

·          Start VLC Player and Select Preferences  from Tool menu.

·          Un-Tick Accelerated video output

·          Save the VLC Settings by clicking on Save button

·          Now Restart VLC player.

Disabling Overlay video output mostly solves the problem if doesn't  then the next step is to change video output module, which can be done as:-

·          Start VLC Player and Select Preferences; Tick on Show Settings to All

·          Select Output Module from Video; you can find many output modules such as DirectX 3D, DirectX, OpenGL and Windows GDI. 

·          Save the VLC Settings by clicking on Save button

·          Now Restart VLC player

Regards,

Shwanj Whudson

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