Convert Files with VLC Commands
Get the most from Locoloader. Use auto-generated VLC commands to convert files the fast and reliable way. If you can copy-paste, you can use VLC commands. It’s as simple as that.
- 1Install the free VLC Media Player and do not change the installation folder. Locoloader uses VLC commands to convert audio and video files to various formats. Skip this step if you have already installed VLC Media Player.
- 2Copy a VLC command from Locoloader.
- 3Open the Command Prompt app, which is part of Windows.
- 4Right-click (or use CTRL+V) in the Command Prompt to paste the command. Then, confirm it with the Enter key. This will begin the conversion in a new Command Prompt window.
- 5Your converted file will be stored in your Downloads folder.
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If you need to stop the conversion automatically, just append the time limit in seconds at the end of the command. For example: --run-time=3600
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