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View ---> uncheck Docked Interface - and voila - you can resize your video windows separetly as you wish


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I've experienced something similar with VLC. Typically, I play vids in full screen on my second display connected to my MacBook. When I am not connected to the external display and I play a vid, VLC seems to want to still play in this dual display mode. So it's like it's playing on a ghost second display. If this is your situation, the easiest solution is ...


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I know this is trivial but check your settings in VLC preferences for Enable Video.


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I've experienced something similar with VLC. Typically, I play vids in full screen on my second display connected to my MacBook. When I am not connected to the external display and I play a vid, VLC seems to want to still play in this dual display mode. So it's like it's playing on a ghost second display. If this is your situation, the easiest solution is ...


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Here's another thing to check: I found that when I doubt-clicked a video to play it, VLC opened, which I could tell from the dock, but I didn't see a window with the video playing in it. I finally figured out that VLC was opening the video window in a new "Space", so after it started I would have to slide over to the next Space. Try that.


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The problem had nothing to do with VLC or Xvid.. it was a problem with finder (I should have gotten a hint when I couldn't even install Xvid.. I finally found out there was something wrong with finder when I tried to install sublime text 2 and i got the same bogus behavior) this problem is common with osx mavericks.. and the solution is to go to ...



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