VLC adds in-app extension browser

VideoLAN player, which is perhaps better known as VLC is today launching version 3.0 - and with it is bringing an in-app extension browser that will help you make the best video player out there even more powerful. According to PC World the new extension browser has been available for some time - but on…

VLC 0.9.2 will play any video, ever


VLC Media Player has just released version 0.9.2. We don’t often cover incremental software updates, but I wanted to spotlight VLC for those of you who aren’t aware of this fantastic, lightweight, media player. If you’ve got it already, then feel free to move on to the next article. If not, then here’s why you need VLC in your life.

First of all, VLC will play just about anything you can throw at it. FLV. Ogg. Codecced-up AVI files. Just about anything – including stuff that ol’ Windows Media Player won’t recognise because it’s damaged in some way.

Catch up on latest Lost episodes on your iPhone with VLC media player support


Playing ill-gotten video files on your jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch just got easier, with Zottd porting the VLC media player to the devices, allowing easy drag and drop of MPEG/MPG, AVI and MP3 formats.

At the moment, support for the codecs VCD, DivX, WMA, WMV, FLAC and OGG is still being tinkered on, but he thinks he’ll have that figured out soon enough. Don’t all rush towards Bittorrent at once, folks…