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VLC Media Player full changelog

VLC Media Player full changelog

VLC Media Player 3.0.8 released Aug 19, 2019 (New Release)
Fix stuttering for low framerate videos
Fix channel ordering in some MP4 files
Fix glitches in TS over HLS
Add real probing of HLS streams
Fix HLS MIME type fallback
Fix WebVTT subtitles rendering
Stream filter:
Improve network buffering
Update Youtube script
Audio Output:
macOS/iOS: Fix stuttering or blank audio when starting or seeking when using
external audio devices (bluetooth for example)
macOS: Fix AV synchronization when using external audio devices
Video Output:
Direct3D11: Fix hardware acceleration for some AMD drivers
VLC Media Player released Jun 13, 2019 (New Release)
Update libbluray to 1.1.2
Video Output:
Fix hardware acceleration with some AMD drivers
Improve direct3d11 HDR support
VLC Media Player 3.0.6 released Jan 11, 2019 (New Release)
fixes an important regression that appeared on 3.0.5 for DVD subtitles. It also adds support for HDR in AV1.
VLC Media Player 3.0.4 released Sep 3, 2018 (New Release)
Blacklist some intel GPU when decoding HEVC
Decode AV1 streams
Fix playback of low-fps files
Fix hardware decoding of low-latency sliced H.264 streams on macOS
Fix seeking with streams containing WebVTT subtitles
Fix decoding some CC-608 streams with roll-up
Fix crashes with LPCM streams
Fix colorspace of JPEG, PNG and screen inputs
Fix MediaCodec rotation handling
Improve FLV fps detection
Fix some ogg/flac
Improve support for broken HEVC inside MKV
Fix some AVI regression for broken files and for DVAudio
Support files splitted in the .mts%d pattern
Fixes for MKV seeking
Fix for MP4 disabled track selection
Fix playback of incomplete RAR files (downloading)
Audio Output:
Improve iOS session management and resume-from-pause
Improve macOS audio performance
Support 44.1kHz DTS passthrough
Fix crashes on DirectSound output
VLC Media Player 3.0.3 released May 30, 2018 (New Release)
Update subtitles display while paused
Enable srt support on binary builds
Allow videotoolbox hardware decoding to be disabled
Disable VideoToolbox for 10bits H.264
Fix VideoToolbox with some invalid HEVC streams
Fix subsdec wide character support
Fix 1st order Ambisonics in AAC
Miscellaneous ogg improvements & bugfixes, including oggds
Fix forced tracks selection
Fix Topfield files
Probe AAC/ADTS inside TS
Fix tracks detection issues with DolbyVision and Bluray streams
Fix "Open Network Stream" URL box focus
Add option to disable hardware acceleration for video decoding
Remove option to force dolby mode from simple preferences
Video Output:
Fix crashes on Direct3D11
VLC Media Player 3.0.1 released Feb 28, 2018 (New Release)
Fix use-after-free when cleaning playlists
Fix crash on exit on Windows
Video output:
Fix HLG tone mapping on some systems like macOS.
Fix screensaver inhibition on Windows XP
Fix various Direct3D11 crashes
Fix HDR tone mapping in Direct3d11
Fix pink screen on Windows
Fix potential stack buffer overflow with faad
Enable Cineform HD in avcodec
Hardware Decoder:
macOS: Improve HEVC 10bit performance with Videotoolbox
android: Add MPEG2 support via MediaCodec
Fix HEVC decoding with some files on Android/macOS/iOS
Improve Direct3D11 memory usage
Improve MKV seeking speed
Fix xspf base URL handling
Fix reading mp4 trun with moof based offsets
Fix adaptive http redirections
Replace old API, fixing adaptive TLS leak
Use mime type as fallback for HLS segment type
Fix subtitle (srt,ssa..) seek when having a single entry
Flag non default HDMV subset video streams
Increase TS probing amount for 4K streams
Miscellaneous MKV, MP4 & AVI crash fixes
Fix out of bounds
VLC Media Player 3.0.0 released Feb 12, 2018 (New Release)
For the 3.0 branch, please note:
The Windows XP/2003/2003R2 support for VLC is now on a best-effort basis:
it should work, but not without limitations.
libVLC support for Windows XP is deprecated.
You _really_ should upgrade to a more modern Windows version!
Windows Vista (all versions) without Platform Upgrade is not supported.
64bit version of VLC for Windows is recommended.
Support network browsing for distant filesystems (SMB, FTP, SFTP, NFS...)
and rewrite the parsing of the media files and inputs
Support keystores: fetch and store passwords securely (sic!) for common
protocols (HTTP, SMB, SFTP, FTP, RTSP ...)
Autodetect external audio tracks (ac3, m4a, aac, dts...) similar to subtitles
Support HDMI passthrough for Audio HD codecs, like E-AC3, TrueHD or DTS-HD
Support for 12bits codec and extended colorspaces (HDR)
Support output renderers, like ChromeCast
VLC now assumes vlcrc config file is in UTF-8
Support portable version of Windows build (create a "portable/" folder)
VLC Media Player 2.2.8 released Dec 11, 2017 (New Release)
Platform support changes:
4.0.x requires macOS 10.10 or later
VLC Media Player 2.2.7 released Nov 22, 2017 (New Release)
Translations updates
Fix flac heap write overflow on format change
Fix crash in libavcodec module (heap write out-of band) (CVE-2017-10699)
Fix infinite loop in sami subtitle
Fix AAC 7.1 channels detection
Fix potential crash in ASX parser
Fix AVI read/write overflow
Mac OS X:
Fix compatibility with macOS High Sierra
Fix regression in ASS subtitle decoding
Fix crash during automatic update. Some users might need to manually update to the newest version.
Video Output:
Fix Direct3D9 output with odd offsets
Fix crash in MTP
Support libupnp 1.8

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