Make VLC Automatically Save / Restore Playback Position With Srpos Plugin

VLC is a great media player but it lacks a minor, yet pretty important feature, some would say: an option to resume playback from where you left off.However, VLC supports plugins and there is one called Srpos (available for Linux and Windows) which does just that: it allows VLC to automatically save the playback position when you close the player and to automatically start playing from the same position when you replay the file.To avoid confusion, let me clarify this: Srpos automatically saves / restores the last played position, unlike some other extensions out there such as Remember Position, which requires you to click a button to save/restore the last played position.Install Srpos VLC plugin in UbuntuUbuntu 14.04 and 14.10 (as well as Linux Mint 17 and derivatives) users can install the Srpos VLC plugin by using Sam Rog’s PPA. To add the PPA and install the plugin, use the following commands:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:samrog131/ppasudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install vlc-srpos-pluginIf you don’t want to add the PPA, you can download the Srpos VLC plugin deb from HERE.Unfortunately the latest Srpos plugin doesn’t seem to work with VLC versions older than 2.1 (it didn’t build successfully for me with VLC 2.0.8), despite

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