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VLC 1.1.9

VLC is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player and
framework that plays most multimedia files as well as DVD, Audio CD,
VCD, and various streaming protocols.
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What's new in 1.1.9

Two weeks after VLC 1.1.8, we present you a minor release of VLC.

Fixing important bugs and security issues, here is VLC 1.1.9.

What's new in 1.1.8

Two months after VLC 1.1.6, and after more than 50 million downloads of VLC 1.1.7, here is a minor release of VLC 1.1.8.

Introducing small features and fixing important bugs and a security issues, here is VLC 1.1.8.

What's new in 1.1.6 and 1.1.7

Two months after VLC 1.1.5, and after more than 58 million downloads of VLC 1.1.5, here is a minor release of VLC 1.1.6.

Introducing small features and fixing important bugs and a security issues, here is VLC 1.1.6.

Introducing a security fix over 1.1.6, here is VLC 1.1.6.

What was new in 1.1.5

Two and a half months after VLC 1.1.4, and after almost 50 million downloads of VLC 1.1.4, here is a minor release of VLC 1.1.5.

Introducing small features and fixing important bug and a security issue, here is VLC 1.1.5.

What was new in 1.1.4

A bit after the 1.1.3, an important security issue was discovery in most windows applications, and VLC is affected too. Since security issues matters, here is a new release, targeted for the Windows platform!

What was new in 1.1.3

A bit after the 1.1.2, we had to fix some important crashing bugs and you deserve a new release!

What was new in 1.1.2

Quite soon after the 1.1.1, we were able to squash more annoying bugs, hence a new release for you!

What was new in 1.1.1

After more than 17million downloads of VLC 1.1.0 in one month,
this is a release focused on numerous fixes and small improvements:

What's new in all 1.1.x releases?

Ready for HD

NB: so far, on Windows for GPU decoding, VideoLAN is recommending nVidia® GPU, or ATI® GPUs, with the Catalyst 10.7. Intel® GPU support will come when VLC developers get access to some Intel® hardware supporting GPU decoding.


New add-ons and script framework so one can personalize its vlc.

Web improvements

Better Audio experience

Faster, Lighter

Better for developers

Complete Changelog

Changelog for 1.1.6

Direct links and press contact

If you link to this release, please use the following links.


VLC Source download


VLC Win32 installer
VLC Win32 7zip (no install)
VLC Win32 zip (no install)


Press contact

Contact infos

Removal of SHOUTcast functionnality

VideoLAN is in discussion with SHOUTcast to solve the current SHOUTcast issue. We'll keep you posted as soon as possible.