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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

I can't reproduce your problem. Are you sure your folder isn't in "read only" mode? Can you manually create a file in this folder?
If you try to copy your video file on your desktop and launch it in Vlc from here, then download subtitles, does it work?

Also, please send me your log so I can understand what's wrong:
- Open Vlc and hit Ctrl+M
- Set "verbosity level" to 2
- Try again to download your subtitles like before
- When the error appears, copy all the logs from the messages windows
- Paste it on http://pastebin.com/ then click "Submit"
- Copy and send me the url in your adress bar (something like "http://pastebin.com/ABCD0127") - Apr 17 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Hi,

What is your OS/VLC version? - Apr 13 2012
Youtube playlist

VLC Playlist Parsers by sim642 6 comments

Hi,

No, "BSD lisence" means it's a free software that you can use, copy, share freely.

This playlist parser doesn't work anymore (for the playlists I tried anyway) because Youtube change the way they manage playlists on the website.
I wrote an other YouTube Playlist parser (called "YouTube Playlist importer") that you can find in this section. It seems to work great so far.

All the installation/usage instructions are mentioned on the download page.

Regards, - Apr 13 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Thanks for your comment, a little encouragement is always appreciated.
I really try to fix this, but I have no solution so far: as soon as the script open a file, Windows considered it as "locked" by Vlc and deny access to remove it, even from the script itself!
I'll ask the "Vlc team", maybe they'll come up with something... - Mar 12 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Is that ok now? - Feb 26 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Well, I asked them for a user agent for VLsub the day I upload it, they don't respond me so far.
But you're right, I should probably send them an other email now, telling them a lot of people use it now. - Feb 26 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

And if I make this work give me a +1 will you? ;) - Feb 25 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Damn!
It worked sooner on an other pc...

I made a correction:
now you shoul still have an error but the archive shoul be ok to be opened under windows
all you have to do is extract the file manually and load it
Will look into it tomorow
- Feb 25 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

The last update should fix the problem. - Feb 25 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Does it works for you now? - Feb 25 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

This extension just search the site opensubtitles.org using video hash or IMDB ID (the first result you see is from imbd.com). If no one uploaded subtitles for your movie, no result. - Feb 25 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Ok, the problem came not from version 64 of windows but the version 2.0 of vlc. For now the extension will just propose a link to download the file manually.
If you are not in this config: vlc 2.0 + windows, I encourage you to set the option "justgetlink" (at line 82) to false to get the normal behaviour (the subtitles load automatically). - Feb 25 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

It helps. It seems a bug with file path again, not complicated. But I need to get a x64 to test and debug rather to do that through this page.
I'll get back to you very soon. - Feb 24 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Done. Merci :) - Feb 24 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Ok, it's "Window", not "View" (that was a translation from my french version of Vlc). If it don't appears in it there's an error with your config.
Check if you have the latest version of VLC (HELP > About). If you do, that's probably an problem with Mac OS X. Like I said I didn't test this one, just xp, 7 and Ubuntu, but if you get me the error message, maybe I could find what's wrong:
- open a terminal (in /Applications/Utilities)
- type vlc --verbose=1 and press enter
- look for a message starting with:
lua generic warning: Error loading script ...



- Feb 23 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

With VLC you can decal subtitles with the keys 'G' and 'H'. But this does'nt correct the file (meaning next time you'll play it, it will be desynchronyse as well).
For a more permanent way, you can either try to find an other subtitle that correspond to your movie or resynchronise the file yourself with a tool like Subtitle workshop (if you do that, would be nice to share it with opensubtitle.org). - Feb 22 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

First, load the file which you are looking for subtitles. Then start the extension by clicking on the menu "View" then "VLSUB".

Let the first method "research by hash" selected, select the language and click on "Go", select a subtitle then click on "ok".
The subtitle is downloaded in the same folder as the video file and automatically loaded with the video.

If you have no luck with this one, you can try the second method ("reseach on IMDB", then click on "Go").

I will soon provide a multi language support for the interface and a mini setup menu, to choose your default language and other stuff.
For now you can edit the file with a text editor and set the value of the "default_language" variable in the "Global variables" section, replace "fre" by "spa" in your case).

Regards, - Feb 22 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

First, load the file which you are looking for subtitles. Then start the extension by clicking on the menu "View" then "VLSUB".

Let the first method "research by hash" selected, select the language and click on "Go", select a subtitle then click on "ok".
The subtitle is downloaded in the same folder as the video file and automatically loaded with the video.

If you have no luck with this one, you can try the second method ("reseach on IMDB", then click on "Go").

I will soon provide a multi language support for the interface and a mini setup menu, to choose your default language and other stuff.
For now you can edit the file with a text editor and set the value of the "default_language" variable in the "Global variables" section, replace "fre" by "spa" in your case).

Regards, - Feb 22 2012
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VLC Extensions by exebetche 816 comments

Could you be more specific on the problem? I tested it on xp, 7 and Ubuntu, works fine for me.
Could you also check your log:
- open vlc
- hit Ctrl+M and set verbosity level on 2
- retry and watch for a lua warning/error "error while running script..."

What is your OS ? Which version of Vlc you are using? - Feb 20 2012