The VLC media player can play several audio formats: .asf, .avi, .divx, .dv, .mxf, .ogg, .gm, .ps, .ts, .vob, and .wmv. It can also convert audio tracks and use several visualizations.
The commands in the Audio menu are only enabled when an audio file is being played.
Playing an audio track¶
To play a track, follow the steps below:
Select an audio file and click on the Open button. Immediately after that, the selected track will be played on my VLC.
Enabling and disabling audio tracks¶
On VLC, you have the option to disable and enable a track.
Select the Disable option from the dropdown menu to stop the selected track.menu and click on the
To enable the track again, select the designated Track in themenu.
This option helps you to listen to audio files in two modes Stereo and Mono.
To listen to an audio track in either the Stereo or Mono mode:
Click onfrom the dialog box displayed on your screen.
Select an audio file and click on the Play button.
Selectif you want to listen to the audio track in the Mono mode.
Selectif you want to listen to the audio track in the Stereo mode.
Visualizations display splashes of colour and geometric shapes and generate animated imagery based on a piece of music. Select the type of visualizations option from the Audio menu to view the effects. The different visual effects available are:
To disable visualizations, click ondrop down menu.
Maximum VLC Volume¶
To change the maximum volume in of an audio file, go to All at bottom left corner, then . Then Save it and restart VLC., select