Platform: Windows 7
I recently migrated from VLC to PotPlayer because of long-unresolved video-stuttering issues with VLC.
I love PotPlayer so far, but there's one thing I miss greatly from VLC: very robust command-line options!
In "Program Files\DAUM\PotPlayer" is the file CmdLine.txt. It includes this option:
/add (Add to playlist)
I created a new PotPlayer shortcut with the /add option, but it didn't work. (What I want it to do is add, to the playlist, files I drag/drop onto the shortcut, WITHOUT beginning playing.) With /add added to the command line, PotPlayer successfully did not start playing, but it didn't load the files into the playlist.
As a test to see if any command-line options work, I tried /filedlg. It worked fine.
Has anyone successfully used /add ? Any suggestions?
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Let the dev know the issue you have.
Perhaps it's because I'm using the 64-bit version of PotPlayer (v1.5.40688).
Thanks for your suggestion.
BTW, I did email firstname.lastname@example.org about this 5 days ago; no reply.
Simply do not use 64bit version. There are no actual benefits to use 32bit version.
It works without any problem in 32 bit version.