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VLC Player Just Got Better With The Release Of Version 0.99

VLC_Player_Logo VLC Player, the best media player that is capable of playing almost all kinds of video file formats on all the operating systems, has got just better with a new release – v 0.99.

VideoLan released the new version with minor improvements and bug fixes and announced that they are very close to the released of major version 1.0. Here is list of change of in the version 0.99 of VLC player

  • Full screen behavior on Windows with multiple screens.
  • Workaround bug with libxml2 >=2.7.3.
  • Video performance on Intel-based Macs.
  • Various decoders updates on Windows.

By the way do you know that VLC Player is a freeware? You can grab the latest version from the VLC Website

Via CNET

10 Comments

  1. sun

    I carry movies in a pendrive to work..its divx dvd rip mostly..the player in the office won`t have codecs..so i carry the vlc thumbdrive version along and it plays like magic..hehehee..

  2. Anand

    You can throw just about everything at VLC and it will chew it up and spit it out. The only thing missing is a upnp server option to work with my ps3. And am betting somebody on the open source scene is working on that right now.

  3. Rambling Johnny

    You can throw just about everything at VLC and it will chew it up and spit it out. The only thing missing is a upnp server option to work with my ps3. And am betting somebody on the open source scene is working on that right now.

  4. Mel

    I’ve downloaded movies from mininova and the movies aren’t playing and needs password inorder to play.Please tell me what needs to be done for me to watch the movies. Need help badly :(

  5. AgentBobO

    well im new to VLC player. I just downloaded it and am trying to watch a movie posted on a site. I have no clue how to use the player. I heard it is way better quality but i don’t know how to use it.

  6. Gopinath

    “adjusting the audio/video sync” – I was never aware of this feature in VLC. Thanks for the info vijay…CDs/DVDs i lend from my friends are now and then out of sync…

  7. Oops A Lion

    Well, VLC is at far the best and yes i agree with Vijay the audio/video sync is a boon.

    Though i m not sure, u guys have tried mplayer, its a command line utility but very effective, though has limitations but still runs every video file in any codec. No comparisions to VLC but still hats off to the developer who developed mplayer

  8. Syed Sardar

    I used a bit older (0.8x) version some time ago. I found Media Player Classic a much better player for _PLAYING_ any type of media. It has much better set of (keyboard) controls than any of a/v players I have seen.

  9. Vijay

    For almost all media files, I use VLC. It is damn good.

    One of the best feature is, adjusting the audio/video sync.
    This feature is a boon for the movies whose audio is not sync with the video.

    It is simply superb…

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