Release Notes: This version is a minor update which improves overall stability. Notable changes include improved reliability for MKV file playback, fixed MPEG2 audio and video encoding, pulseaudio synchronization, and Mac OS interface, and other fixes. It also resolves potential security issues in the HTML subtitle parser, freetype renderer, AIFF demuxer, and SWF demuxer.
Release Notes: This is a major update which fixes a lot of regressions, issues, and security issues in this branch. It introduces Opus support and improves Youtube, Vimeo streams, and Blu-Ray disc support. It also fixes many issues in playback, notably on Ogg and MKV playback and audio device selections, and a hundred other bugs.
Release Notes: This version is a major update which fixes a lot of regressions in this branch. It introduces an important number of features for the Mac OS X platform, notably interface improvements to be on-par with the classic VLC interface, better performance, and Retina Display support. VLC 2.0.2 fixes video playback on older devices both on MS Windows and Mac OS X, includes overall performance improvements, and fixes a couple of hundred bugs.
Release Notes: This release brings support for MxPEG files and new features in the Mac OS X interface, in addition to faster decoding and fixes for hundred of bugs and regressions, notably for HLS, MKV, RAR, Ogg, Bluray discs, and many other things. This is also a security update.
Release Notes: This release brings fixes for some security issues, notably in the xspf demuxer and in some underlying libraries; it also includes a rewritten pulseaudio audio output, removal of the fontconfig dependency on the Win32 freetype module, updated translations, and a lot of small Mac OS X fixes.
Release Notes: Small new features were added, notably GME and live .webm support and an integrated listing of Web-shows directly in the playlist. Many bugfixes, updated translations, and security fixes on Windows are also part of this release.
Release Notes: This is a release candidate for the upcoming 0.9.9 version. It fixes many bugs and brings native RealVideo support.
Release Notes: Support for Windows Media Video 9 and VC-1. Support for VP5/VP62 and Flash video. Support for TTA and WavPack Lossless audio. Much improved H.264 support. Preliminary DVR-ms and MXF support. Shoutcast TV support. Windows Unicode fixes. Apple Remote support. An Apple full-screen controller. An Apple Universal Binary. SuSE / Zeta Builds. Many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This new release features the first steps towards skinnable interfaces (only on Windows, not yet on Mac OS X or Unix). Support for playing directories and video4linux are other big new features. Many bugs have been fixed, including the problem with USB speakers on Mac OS X.
Release Notes: Enhancements were made to the CSS decryption scheme which should fix a few reported DVD playback problems, X11 output is supported again, the interface allows drag'n'drop, and several segfaults were fixed. Debian and RPM packages are now available as well.