One of the best video players for Mac has to be VideoLAN's VLC Player, now updated to version 1.1.8.
VLC was already the world's best media player, but in version 1.0.0 it gets even better.
With VLC 2.1.1, VideoLAN continues to sidestep the software patent licensing minefield of video compression. Meanwhile, open-source allies put muscle behind the new Daala codec.
Using the Web app Logstalgia, a developer has managed to capture on video a visual impression of what happens during a DDoS attack.
When you download application installers and other files from the Internet, you may see a verification checksum associated with it. Here is how to use that number.
With the new aluminum "unibody" Mac Mini being the first Apple computer to come with a built-in HDMI port, Apple has felt it necessary to outline both the uses for the HDMI connector in a recently released FAQ on the Mac Mini.
For over eight years, the VideoLAN Client project has been releasing, testing, and releasing sub-1.0 versions of their popular "Jack-of-all-media" VLC Player software.
The VideoLAN organization has released a new build of VLC Media Player for OS X. The version 1.1.0-rc of the player has been updated with numerous changes and fixes, including a major reworking of the VLCKit framework, CoreText-based text renderer for subtitles, and support for new codecs and enhanced features of current codecs.
Learn how to watch YouTube videos in VLC so you can skip ads, adjust playback speed, and multitask.
The popular Perian plug-in for extended media support will be discontinued, though several alternatives will remain available.