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Control VLC over HTTP


VLC Player offers something called VLC HTTP Interface, enabling it will allow you to control VLC Player from any web browser/mobile VLC Remote App.


1. Start VLC, Go to Tools -> Preferences.
2. Select "All" under "Show Settings" in bottom left corner.
3. Click on Main Interfaces -> Select HTTP remote control interface


4. Finally Click "Save" and restart your VLC Player.

you can access the player from any web browser by entering http://[ip address]: [port]
e.g. http://127.0.01:8080

I hope you find this help ful

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