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VLC media player

VLC es un sistema multiplataforma de código abierto de reproducción multimedia que reproduce la mayoría de archivos multimedia, y varios protocolos de transferencia contínua.

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Noticias y actualizaciones

2019-08-19

VideoLAN is now publishing the VLC 3.0.8 release, which improves adaptive streaming support, audio output on macOS, VTT subtitles rendering, and also fixes a dozen of security issues.
More information available on the release page.

2019-06-07

After 100 millions downloads of 3.0.6, VideoLAN is releasing today the VLC 3.0.7 release, focusing on numerous security fixes, improving HDR support on Windows, and Blu-ray menu support.
VideoLAN would like to thank the EU-FOSSA project from the European Commission, who funded this initiative.
More information available on the release page.

2019-04-08

VideoLAN is happy to present the new major version of VLC for Android platforms. Featuring AV1 decoding with dav1d, Android Auto, Launcher Shortcuts, Oreo/Pie integration, Video Groups, SMBv2, and OTG drive support, but also improvements on Cast, Chromebooks and managing the audio/video libraries, this is a quite large update.

2019-02-12

VideoLAN is releasing a new major version of libbluray: 1.1.0. It adds support for UHD menus (experimental), for more recents of Java, and improves vastly BD-J menus. This release fixes numerous small issues reported.

2019-02-05

VideoLAN is releasing a new minor version of libdvdread, numbered 6.0.1, fixing minor DVD issues. See libdvdread page for more info.

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Blogs de desarrollo

Jean-Baptiste Kempf: VLC for iOS 3.2: a new hope

A new release: 3.2! VLC for iOS is our port of VLC on the iDevices and has been around for quite some time, and is quite popular. However, lately, the application development had a bit slowed-down and the interface was outdated. So, we d[...]

Rémi Denis-Courmont: VLC plug-in for YoutubeDL

Just a little something I whipped up during my spare time... This VLC plug-in uses YoutubeDL to extract videos and music from websites, supporting a whole lot more sites than VLC's own Lua parsers do.[...]

Rémi Denis-Courmont: VLC adaptive HTTP User-Agent injection vulnerability

VLC 3.0.6 suffers from an HTTP request injection vulnerability.[...]

Rémi Denis-Courmont: Hong Kong Open Source Conference 2019

I will be giving a talk on VLC media player in cooperation with the VideoLAN foundation at the upcoming Hong Kong Open Source Conference on 14-15 June 2016. Follow the link to sign up. See you there.[...]

Medios sociales

[etixxx] Get ready for the first edition of #bav2019 from our friends from @mozilla and @Vimeo. We'll talk about #AV1 for a… https://t.co/5Rwponvm1Q

[bigapplevideo] Ready for tomorrow? We will stream the event at https://t.co/OhyFl9eIWC and you will be able to ask questions remotely #bav2019

[venzann] Why did nobody tell me @videolan plays Amiga .MOD files natively? Damn. And C64 SID files too!

[CommitPorto] Jean-Baptiste just gave us a big lesson on how a completely distributed and unmanaged project can became a truly g… https://t.co/P0aB32XWqc

[videolan] Any _good_ documentation on how to implement correctly a Windows group policy? Or is the best way to read the Chrome source code?