VLC plays practically any audio or video files on practically any platform. But here are a few more things that it does that makes it even more awesome.
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VLC for the new Apple TV is a win for the platform. Not all the features work as you’d expect but it’s still a great application to play several file types.
If you’ve been a Windows 7 user and went directly to Windows 10, you might be wondering why you can’t play DVDs. Here’s a look at free options to add it.
Our favorite desktop media player, VLC, now has a modern app version available for for installation on Windows 8 and 8.1 via the Windows Store.
This is an old VLC player trick that I recently found myself using while on my laptop. There are better methods for downloading YouTube videos, but it’s nice to know it can be done with just a media player.
Have you ever wanted to turn your computer into an alarm clock that lets you wake up to a favorite song, movie, or podcast? It’s easy with Windows and VLC.
Is VLC player having stutter issues while streaming your media? Increasing the buffer cache might fix some of those video and audio stuttering problems.
If you want to customize the appearance of VLC Player, you can install custom skins to change its look. There are hundreds of free skins available in the VLC Skin library, and here’s how to apply them.
We all know VLC player is arguably the best media players available right now. It can play virtually any video or audio files you throw at it. But a lesser known feature is that VLC can convert videos too. Here’s how.
Our favorite multimedia player VLC is now available for Android. Albeit in beta stage of development, you can download it from the Google Play Store. Here’s a screenshot tour of what it has to offer.
VLC is our favorite free cross-platform video player for Windows. It has a plethora of great options, one of which is the ability to take a snapshot of videos you’re watching. Start playing a video in VLC. When you see a scene you want to capture, click Video >> Snapshot. You briefly see a small […]
When you run into a situation where Windows Media Player won’t cut it, rather than going on a codec hunt, jump over to the free Media Player VLC. The VLC media player is one of my favorite media players (did I mention it’s free?) that’s super light-weight and able to play just about ANY video […]