Release Notes: The OS X interface was improved with a new wizard, controls and bookmarks dialogs, and working drag-and-drop in the playlist. The HTTP interface now supports CGIs and richer controls. New access modules were added: UPnP and Apple Bonjour service discovery and Shoutcast output to forward streams to Icecast servers. The VLC ActiveX plugin now works outside Internet Explorer as well. This version was translated to Romanian and Korean.
Release Notes: This release adds support for new codecs (Dirac, PNG, Apple Lossless Audio Codec, 20/24 bits LPCM), file formats (raw AAC and HE-AAC, improved Matroska, Shoutcast metadata, TiVo) and protocols (SSL/TLS, SOCKS, Samba, iTunes shares). The Pocket PC port is complete. New plugins include a picture-in-picture system, an ActiveX plugin for Internet Explorer, and a built-in screenshot taker.
Release Notes: This release resolves a crash with ODML AVI files and fixes many bugs such as the multi-channel audio output and DV/MPEG input on Win32, sub-picture scaling, autodetection of VCD and SVCD binary files, and aspect ratio in the ffmpeg encoder. A few new features were also added, such as SSL support in the HTTP stream output and HTTP interface, and support for playlist group announcements.
Release Notes: This release added support for many new formats (WMV3 under Windows only, Vobsub, DVB subtitles, and JPEG) as well as new input and output methods (screen capture, Windows Media Server RTSP, and OpenGL). The input and transcoding layers were rewritten to allow multi-input and transcoding at any stage of the pipeline. A new plugin cache system improved launch times.
Release Notes: VLC now supports AACPlus webstreams, MPEG-PS streams containing MPEG-4 video, multi-channel WAV muxing, and VobSub subtitles. New video filters were added: timestamp, subpicture, marquee. This release also improves the seeking precision in the input, the multi-input and the RTSP/VoD server.
Release Notes: This release added support for new codecs and demuxers (CMML, H261, H264, Theora alpha3, and Annodex). The overall encoder and muxer behaviour was improved. The GUI now features bookmarks, hotkeys, and video output embedded in the interface window. This version also introduced a manager designed to launch and manage multiple streams from a single instance of VLC.
Release Notes: This release features new codecs (Speex, AAC+SBR, and additional subtitles), adds remuxing and transcoding support, visual effects for the audio output, and RTP/RTSP support with RTP streaming. The wxWindows, skins, and HTTP interfaces were greatly improved. The Windows port supports DirectShow input, and the OS X port now works under Mac OS X 10.3.
Release Notes: This release features Vorbis and MP3 audio support for the transcoding module, an improved HTTP remote control interface, improved support for the Matroska container format, a new subtitle module which uses freetype2 to render arbitrary fonts in any size, an improved PS muxer, improved ALSA support, and a new GTK2 interface for the "Linux on PDA" distributions.
Release Notes: A regression in VLC 0.6.1 which made some streams unplayable was fixed. The MPEG TS muxer was improved. Proper PTS/DTS generation is now done in the transcoding module. Support for DVB-S/C/T cards was added using the V4L2 API (standard in Linux 2.6 kernels). DVD menu navigation was added in the wxWindows interface (used for Windows and Linux). Fixes were made to the VCD navigation.