VLC media player 2.2.2 has been released, with a ton of new features.
The most important addition to the application, is support for Mac OS El Capitan.
It is a bit surprising, that the developers took this long, to add suppoert for the latest version of the operating system, which was launched over four months ago. But it should work just fine now
Though VLC has been a remarkably versatile media player, it has lacked several basic features, which are available in major rival apps (SM Player, PotPlayer to name a few). But the latest version, pretty much puts it on par with the other apps.
Resume last playback position:
The feature I’m talking [...]
SMPlayer 16.1 Download
Popular video player app, SMPlayer has been updated to version 16.1.
In case you aren’t aware of the player, here is a small review of it.
The application is free, devoid of ads, and is completely open-source. It is actually based on the popular MPlayer open-source media player, which lacks a proper GUI. This is exactly what SMPlayer offers, a nice GUI, and plenty of other features including themes (skins).
SMPlayer supports most popular video formats including avi, mp4, mkv, mpeg, mov, divx, h.264, etc, as well as several common audio formats like MP3, Ogg, WMA and more. The application supports YouTube streaming playback [...]
Facebook’s latest move has delivered a mighty whack to Adobe Flash.
The popular social networking website, has officially dropped support for the now infamous plugin.
Now, all videos on the website, will be using the HTML5 player by default on all web browsers. HTML5 is also used in Facebook’s News Feed and Pages.
Facebook’s decision isn’t remotely surprising. The social networking website’s Chief Security Officer, Alex Stamos, publicly criticized Adobe this year, calling for the company to end support for Flash due to the plugin’s vulnerabilities.
This was during the time when a major security firm got hacked, due to a [...]
VLC needs no introduction, it is the single most popular media player in the digital World.
Windows Media Player may perhaps be its only real competitor when it comes to popularity, but only because it came pre-installed on Windows computers.
VLC however, is an open source application, as a result of which it has evolved into a massively used cross-platform software, available for Windows PC, Windows Mobile, Linux, Android, iOS and Mac OS X. Well, now you can add one more to the list, Google ChromeOS.
ChromeOS computers are becoming very popular, thanks to the fact that it uses web applications, instead of the traditional standalone operating system. [...]