The VideoLAN Server (VLS) can stream MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4 files, DVDs, digital satellite channels, digital terrestial television channels, and live videos on a network in unicast or multicast. A VideoLAN Client (VLC) or a set top box can receive the stream, decode, and display it.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Solaris Windows Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release of VLS fixes a bug when streaming MPEG2/PS files with several AC3 tracks, as well as compilation of VLS on Mac OS X.
Release Notes: In this version, a bug regarding program_number not matching is resolved, as is a bug in the RTP option that made VLS consume unnecessary resources.
Release Notes: A new Windows installer, a fix for commandline parsing, and DVD title and chapter selection with the configuration file.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug when using multiple Nova-t cards, and a fix for a bug in the configure script with the DVB driver.
Release Notes: A fix for the Windows port and a loop on broken PS files, and TTL count set-up.