Follow simple steps to disable the Building font cache dialog in VLC media player. So let’s disable the building font cache in VLC. There are lots of applications with the different purposes and varying use. One such app for the video playing is “VLC Player“. VLC player is one of the famous and the popular media player that is easy to use. Most of the Windows users will almost have the VLC media player and most people use to watch movies and other video stuffs through VLC only. But, sometimes when you open any file or movie through VLC the dialog “Building font cache” appears and that do not seems good. When VLC is rebuilding the fonts of the subtitles and loading it, at that time this dialog appears. So, this post is the solution to disable the “Building font cache” dialog in VLC.
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How To Disable Building Font Cache Dialog In VLC
Open VLC media player and click on “Tools” and then click on “Preferences“.
Now at the bottom left part of the dialog box, select “all” in Show settings.
On the left part of the dialog box, click on “Subtitles/OSD” under “Video”.
On the right part, choose “Dummy font renderer” for “Text rendering module” and then click on save.
Reopen VLC media player and try to open the file or a movie with subtitles, the dialog “Building font cache” won’t appear.
Sometimes during working with some apps, when the dialog appears, it just seems bad. So, above solution is for solving the problem of appearance of “Building font cache” dialog in VLC and by following the above steps, the dialog won’t appear. If still you have a problem, then comment below.