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VLC Media Player 1.0

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Lee    0

VLC Media Player 1.0

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The VideoLAN project targets multimedia streaming of MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and DivX files, DVDs, digital satellite channels, digital terrestial television channels and live videos on a high-bandwidth IPv4 or IPv6 network in unicast or multicast under many OSes. VideoLAN also features a cross-platform multimedia player, VLC, which can be used to read the stream from the network or display video read locally on the computer under all GNU/Linux flavours, all BSD flavours, Windows, Mac OS X, BeOS, Solaris, QNX, Familiar Linux. VideoLAN is free software, and is released under the GNU General Public License. It started as a student project at the French ?cole Centrale Paris but is now a worldwide project with developers from 20 countries.

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TGT    0

Awesome! What has it been - 8 years? Nice to see the big 1.0

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LewisBraid    0

Just updated mine, its been a while and I'm guesing a fair few builds since. The interface looks miles different :o

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mikmo    0

What triggered the 1.0?

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torrentthief    313

RC3 crashed for me all the time, i hope those crashes are fixed, RC means release candidate, a candidate for the final release shouldn't crash all the time, thats what alphas are, i think they probably will have jumped the gun.

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red.    108

Finally 1.0 :o Will update mine later.

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Buendia    33

I haven't used it but will give a try :)

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Phantom Helix    53

Does Anyone know if the released 64bit 1.0 GoldenEye for OS X ?

RC4 had a 64bit, i searched the FTP and could not find it?

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scokem    5

ZOMG! The apocalypse is coming - VLC made it to version 1.0.0 :p This is great though - I love this software :)

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Buendia    33

Is there a 64-bit of VLC 4 Win?

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Phantom Helix    53
Is there a 64-bit of VLC 4 Win?

I do not know about Win, but there Was a 64bit OSX VLC RC4

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jamesVault    0

new version 1.0 always crashes with HD WMV files :(

==> 1.0 release has failed!

Edited by jamesVault

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Scorbing    517

Jesus finally! - After centuries being on Beta it's finally released!

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Hani    185

thanks!

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Piggy    199

Sweet!

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MrChainsaw    25
What triggered the 1.0?

Time.

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techbeck    6,924

nice, about time.

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Crazysah    7

Finally. Congrats VLC! I like the new look a lot.

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tranceandy    0

Doesn't look much different to me :huh: Great news on the release though :woot:

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gkl    11

Is it just me or are the controls now just darker gray instead of being semi-transparent, when in fullsize mode?

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Hani    185

it's you. just move it, and you'll see it's semi-transparent.

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Jub Fequois    500

VLC and Gmail on the same day. Coincidence much!

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Quillz    1,011

I remember when Transmission spent forever to get to version 1.0, and then updates began coming out at a much faster pace.

I wonder, then, if VLC development will also start to speed up?

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Routerbad    90
I remember when Transmission spent forever to get to version 1.0, and then updates began coming out at a much faster pace.

I wonder, then, if VLC development will also start to speed up?

It hasn't been that slow. But they kept putting out .9x(a-g).

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Techno_Funky    18

Pixelated Video playback issue in Windows 7 solved yay!! :D

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