VLC (VideoLAN) is a multi-platform multimedia player. It can read DVDs, VCDs, MPEG, and DivX files and from a satellite card. It can also read a stream from a network sent by the VideoLAN Server or another source. The stream can be MPEG 2 TS in UDP or HTTP packets unicasted or multicasted on an IPv4 or IPv6 network.
Reviewing 2.0.7 (Jun 11, 2013)
the mother of all mediaplayers
Reviewing 2.0.6 (May 4, 2013)
Reviewing 2.0.6 (Apr 27, 2013)
it's 2013 now and VLC still is a broken piece of junk. In addition to reminding everyone of the bugs that still haven't been fixed in years (see older reviews), let's have a look at video quality:
If you wonder about the difference in color/brightness, yes, that's VLC using the wrong matrix for RGB conversion.
Reviewing 2.0.6 (Apr 9, 2013)
Probably the world's greatest mediaplayer...
Reviewing 2.0.5 (Feb 26, 2013)
there is 64-bit
Index of /pub/videolan/vlc/last/win64/ - http://download.videolan...videolan/vlc/last/win64/
thank god for VLC. whenever i have trouble playing something i fire up VLC and i always know that it will work. as for some *cough* ahem, other programs.. not so much :P