Just installed VLC v2.0.0 for MacPPC (=> OSX 1058 maxi). And just noticed the same problem.
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Well, 'almost' as it is not just glitches. The sound is in fact totally deformed, what makes this v2.0.0-ppc is totally useless, and I had (after thinking for a while that it was the cable of my earphones which once again had a problem!) to reinstalled an older version, v1.1.11-ppc which.just worked perfectly well as usual with these good old VLCs, so I could keep watching my movies. Obviously it's a big bug, probably due to incompatibility with the old 10.5.8.? If someone at VideoLan ever want to try to bother for pre-intel-historic-mac owners, I noticed that in this v2.0.0-ppc selecting Audio/Audio track/Disable. Has rather weird effects; the sound may partly come back in a more or less normal way (well, not really).but then, at the same time.
Waooo, the window with the film disapears.so we may get the sound, but no more image. Just in clicking Audio track/Disable. Damn, that looks like a real true bug!
(just skip these comments if you are in a hurry; it's just ranting by an old ppc owner) Unhappily for owners of old ppc macs we are stucked forever with this rather old OSX; even Apple stopped upgrading for the ppc a while ago; Firefox people forgot about the mac-ppc's after their v.3.6.x., MS stopped after Office-2008, etc. I would be happy to know the statistics for worldwide use of ppcs (. Honestly, VLC for Mac was tested on the G5 only, since nobody in our team still owns a G4. Regarding the audio issues: we will provide an improvement for that in version 2.0.1, which will be out shortly. Statistics: well, Apple recently announced that about 10% of all Mac users still use OS X 10.5 - while significant share of these should be PowerPC users for obvious reasons, I can say that the PowerPC builds account for only 2% of VLC's downloads for Mac. That percentage didn't change for the last couple of releases btw.