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As long as you have the videos to watch, VLC's gesture controls and smooth performance make it an excellent app for video playback.
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The open source video player that's been a long-time favorite on desktops now has a new look and more features in its iOS counterpart.
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.
After a lengthy hiatus, VLC is back for iOS. The new version includes the WiFi Upload feature, which lets you wirelessly upload video files to your iOS device from a Web browser.
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Looks like Apple is making good on its promise to approve more apps--including this one, which plays just about any video you care to copy to your iPad.
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.
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VLC was already the world's best media player, but in version 1.0.0 it gets even better.