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Windows 7: Time in MPEG2 videos in VLC is off

06 Mar 2016   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
Time in MPEG2 videos in VLC is off

VLC is displaying wrong remaining time left on MPEG2 videos and I can't figure out why.
lets say I have a video that's 2 hours long and VLC will display something like 38 minutes left. And the seconds are also off, 1 second is now takes about 4 seconds.

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 Time in MPEG2 videos in VLC is off

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