VLC  4.0.0-dev
Here is a list of all modules:
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 LibVLCLibVLC is the external programming interface of the VLC media player
 LibVLC playlist (legacy)
 LibVLC coreBefore it can do anything useful, LibVLC must be initialized
 LibVLC error handling
 LibVLC asynchronous eventsLibVLC emits asynchronous events
 LibVLC loggingLibvlc_log_* functions provide access to the LibVLC messages log
 LibVLC timeThese functions provide access to the LibVLC time/clock
 LibVLC dialog
 LibVLC medialibvlc_media_t is an abstract representation of a playable media
 LibVLC media discoveryLibVLC media discovery finds available media via various means
 LibVLC media library
 LibVLC media listA LibVLC media list holds multiple libvlc_media_t media descriptors
 LibVLC media list playerThe LibVLC media list player plays a libvlc_media_list_t list of media, in a certain order
 LibVLC media playerA LibVLC media player plays one media (usually in a custom drawable)
 LibVLC video controls
 LibVLC audio controls
 LibVLC renderer discovererLibVLC renderer discoverer finds available renderers available on the local network
 VLC plug-in programming interface
 C programming language extensionsThis section defines a number of macros and inline functions extending the C language
 Integer operationsCommon integer functions
 Bit operations
 Overflowing arithmetic
 Linked lists
 String helpers
 Operating system
 File system
 File descriptors
 Keystore and credential API
 Keystore public API
 Credential API
 Implemented by keystore modules
 LoggingMessage logs
 LoggerMessage log back-end
 Internet sockets
 Transport layer socketsNetwork stream abstraction
 HTTPHyper-Text Transfer Protocol
 Threads and synchronization primitives
 Interruptible sleep
 InputInput thread
 Data blocksBlocks of binary data
 Block chain
 Block FIFOThread-safe block queue functions
 DecoderAudio, video and text decoders
 Decoder hardware device
 DemultiplexerDemultiplexers (file format parsers)
 Chained demultiplexerDemultiplexers wrapped by another demultiplexer
 ES outputElementary streams output
 Input variablesThe input provides multiples variable you can write to and/or read from
 Media source
 PlayerVLC Player API
 StreamBuffered input byte streams
 AccessRaw input byte streams
 FIFO streamIn-memory anonymous pipe
 Stream ExtractorIf a stream can be viewed as a directory, such as when opening a compressed archive, a stream-extractor is used to get access to the entities inside said stream
 Stream Extractor Internals
 Timestamps, error-freeThese functions support generating timestamps without long term rounding errors due to sample rate conversions
 InterfaceVLC user interfaces
 User settingsVLC provides a simple name-value dictionary for user settings
 VLC dialog
 VLC dialog functionsIn order to interact with the user
 VLC dialog callbacksNeed to be implemented by GUI modules or libvlc
 VLC extension dialog functions
 InteractionInteraction between user and modules
 VLC playlistA VLC playlist contains a list of "playlist items"
 Playlist randomizer helperPlaylist helper to manage random playback
 VLC renderer discovery
 VLC renderer items returned by the discovery
 VLC renderer discovery interface
 VLC renderer module
 Software updatesOver-the-air VLC software updates
 VLMVLC stream manager
 Video on Demand (VoD)Video on Demand (VOD) functionality provided by VLM
 VLC objects
 Object resourcesThe object resource functions tie resource allocation to an instance of a module through a VLC object
 VariablesVLC object variables and callbacks
 Variable typesThese are the different types a vlc variable can have
 Additive flagsThese flags are added to the type field of the variable
 Variable actionsThese are the different actions that can be used with var_Change()
 Audio output
 Audio output volume
 FiltersAudio, video, text filters
 Stream output
 EncoderAudio, video and text encoders
 Access outputRaw output byte streams
 MultiplexerMultiplexers (file formatters)
 Video outputVideo rendering, output and window management
 Sub-picture channels
 Video sub-picturesSubpictures are pictures that should be displayed on top of the video, like subtitles and OSD
 Video output displayVideo output display: output buffers and rendering
 Video windowWindow management
 Media Resource Locator (MRL)The MRL-specification is a VLC intrinsic extension to RFC3986, providing means to associate extra media-related information within the resource-identifier
 MRL helpersHelper functions related to parsing, as well as generating, data related to the MRL-specification