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How to install VLC 2.2.4 Media Player on Ubuntu 16.04

VLC 2.2.4 “Weatherwax” released today by VideoLAN development team is the fourth stable update to VLC’s 2.2 release series. This latest release fixes a few bugs reported on VLC 2.2.3 for Windows XP and certain audio files. It also includes updated codecs libraries and fixes a security issue when playing specifically crafted QuickTime files as well as a 3rd party security issue in libmad. VLC 2.2.4 Highlights Fix crash in G.

How to install vlc 2.2.3 on Ubuntu OS

Following the recent release of vlc 2.2.3 by VideoLAN development team, I will be showing you how to install and compile this release using Ubuntu 15.04 since the PPA is yet to be updated. This release is a maintenance build for the stable 2.2 series of their popular, cross-platform, and open-source VLC Media Player software for all supported platforms. A notable fix in this release is fix to resume where you left off.

VLC 2.2.3 released with fix to maximizing Window in multi-screen context

VideoLAN and the VLC development team has released VLC 2.2.3, a new maintenance build for the stable 2.2 series of their popular, cross-platform, and open-source VLC Media Player software for all supported platforms. A notable fix in this release is fix to resume where you left off. VLC 2.2.3 changelog Demux: * Fix HLS quality selection and a potential stack overflow * Fix potential MKV infinite loop and improve MKV tags support

VLC 3.0 Master Build Released with Lots of Updates & Features

VLC 3.0 Master build had just been released to public. Please note that this is an experimental version of VLC that are daily generated from the VLC code that is currently in development. Several issues that existed in previous versions of VLC might be fixed here, but since this version of VLC is not yet finished, you should expect other problems and issues. VLC 3.0 changelog Important changes: The Windows XP/2003/2003R2 support for VLC is now on a best-efforts basis: it should work, but not without limitations.

VLC for Android 1.7.0 released

VLC for Android 1.7.0 released early this month, is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player that plays most multimedia files as well as discs, devices, and network streaming protocols. VLC for Android can play any video and audio files, as well as network streams and DVD ISOs, like the desktop version of VLC. VLC for Android is a full audio player, with a complete database, an equalizer and filters, playing all weird audio formats.

VLC 2.2.1 “Terry Pratchett” released

VideoLAN and the VLC development team announced the release of VLC 2.2.1, named “Terry Pratchett”. This first stable release of the “WeatherWax” version of VLC fixes most of the important bugs reported of VLC 2.2.0. VLC 2.2.0, a major version of VLC, introduced accelerated auto-rotation of videos, 0-copy hardware acceleration, support for UHD codecs, playback resume, integrated extensions and more than 1000 bugs and improvements. VLC 2.2.1 changelog Codec: Fix compilation with older libavcodec versions Fix some VP9 decoding Fix flac crashes Fix lpcm channel ordering Fix potential NULL dereference in dmo Fix teletext framing code in DVB PES packets Fix potential buffer overflow in schroendinger decoder (CVE-2014-9629) Fix AAC samplerate Demuxers: Fix MP4 chapters Fix MKV overseeking, introducing slowness over network shares Fix crash when playing SPC files Fix ATRAC3 playback in MKV Revert to older ASX code Workaround TS issue with mpeg-audio Access: Fix sftp read and close sockets Fix DTV build with Linux DVB versions Fix UDP/RTP input on Windows Audio output: Fix Alsa HDMI plugs Improve Alsa output, with larger buffers Fix DirectSound output with multi-channel files OS X: Fix numerous crashes in the UI Fix video-wallpaper mode Fix race when starting VLC from command line Qt: Fix recent items behaviour Fix rotation filter activation Fix mux modules names for the streaming wizard Win32: Timestamp the signature of the dlls Fix extensions registration during install Fix extensions dialog crash Default to no DxVA decoding libVLC: fix libvlc_media_get_stats and lots of additional translations Install VLC 2.

VLC Media Player 2.2.0 and VLC Mobile Port released

VideoLAN and the VLC development teams recently announced the release of VLC media player 2.2.0 for the desktop which is coordinated, for the first time ever, with releases on iOS, Android (including Android TV), WinRT (Windows RT and x86) and Windows Phone. VLC runs everywhere. The releases on all the platforms share the same core to support video and audio formats, named libVLC: VLC plays everything. What’s new in VLC 2.

VLC for Windows Phone is now available for download

The much awaited VLC Player app for Windows Phone is now available in Store for download. Please note that this version is the fist beta of the port of VLC media player to the Windows Phone platform. This is the first version of the port to Windows Phone. VLC media player is a portable, free and open-source, cross-platform media player and streaming media server written by the VideoLAN project. VLC media player supports most audio and video compression formats, files and streaming protocols.

Install VLC on CentOS/RHEL 6.5

Are you a fan of VLC player and would love to have the latest VLC player running on your CentOS 6.5 Operating System. If that’s you, then the step by step guide below will help you to install VLC on your machine. Please note that for earlier versions of CentOS, you might run into some dll dependencies. if you do, then post the errors encountered. Step 1: Add Repository for Linuxtech – First switch user to “root” account with command “su –“ – Next run the following commands # cd /etc/yum.