VLC Streamer is an iOS app which allows users to watch movies or TV shows on iPhone, iPad and iPod devices from their computer. The app can be used for streaming content right from a PC or Mac computer to an iDevice. This makes it possible to enjoy your favorite shows on a mobile device without the need for using complex video conversion applications. With the help of this app Continue Reading →
A few months back we saw a very raw Android build for the VLC Media Player. Recently, a beta version of VLC (Neon Version) was released on the Google Play store. In this post we will take a look at some of the features offered by VLC Neon.
VLC 2.0 aka Twoflower has finally been released and is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. This new VLC release comes with faster decoding on multi-core systems, GPU, and mobile hardware, with the ability to support more file formats than its previous version. One of the major new formats include professional HD and 10bits codecs. Unlike some previous versions, VLC 2.0 is a major VLC upgrade. Let’s take Continue Reading →
sPlaylistMaker is a portable application for making instant playlists for playing them with popular media players. It allows creating M3U and M3U8 playlists, which can be played with most commonly used media players, including iTunes, VLC, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer and other media player applications.
VLC is a free cross-platform multimedia player that plays almost any kind of video format. This famous media player has versions available for Windows, Mac, Linux and Smartphones. VLC is perhaps one of the most widely used media players alongside the Windows Media Player. Recently, a version of VLC for released for Android. This pre-Alpha version has been developed by a member of CyanogenMod team “CVPCS” who has built a Continue Reading →
Gaupol is a free subtitle editing tool for Windows and Linux which allows editing text-based subtitle files. It provides means of creating subtitles, editing texts and timing subtitles to match video duration. The user interface is designed to provide batch processing capability with tab support. Gaupol is meant to help users edit every single line with the convenience for translating existing subtitles. The edited subs can also be previewed in Continue Reading →
Windows Media Player and the open source VLC player are the most widely used multimedia players. However, they lack some functionalities which can be acquired in other free media players. In this post I will provide you with 10 best alternative media players which can be used as free alternatives to Windows Media Player and VLC. The below mentioned players come with rich features like YouTube and SopCast integration, wide Continue Reading →
PPA for many new packages is often not updated shortly after their release which makes it hard to update existing installations. If you would like to update VLC to 1.1.10 or Pidgin to 2.8.0 in Ubuntu Linux, then see the below details regarding the recently provided Get Deb package. This package will allow you to update your existing installations of VLC, Pidgin, FIlezilla, Unetbootin and others. Information regarding this update Continue Reading →
Choosing a media player for playing multimedia files might not appear to be much of a hassle in the presence of open source players like VLC. However, if you are a Linux user and wish to use a versatile media player (other than VLC) that plays anything from a common AVI, FLV to a VOB (DVD) media files, then KMPlayer might just be what you are looking for. KM Player Continue Reading →