VideoLAN releases VLC 1.0.0.

Whenever I get a video with a rare extension, I will try it open with all media players and usually end up playing with VLC player.
With the release of newer version,VideoLAN's VLC media player arguably is the world's best media player, just in Three months and 76 million downloads by its preceding VLC 0.9, VideoLan announced VLC 1.0.0 or "Goldeneye."
Here after our media will never be the same.
In fact, with VideoLAN's VLC media player for Windows, Mac and Linux, one can play anything that you've ever even thought about playing.
This is, in part, a natural result of VLC's open-source heritage. Licensed under the GNU General Public License, VLC attracts a diverse array of developers with disparate media interests.
Here are a few of the features now available in VLC 1.0.0:
Live recording
• Instant pausing and frame-by-frame support
• Finer speed controls
• New HD codec’s (AES3, Dolby Digital Plus, TrueHD, Blu-ray Linear PCM, Real Video 3.0 and 4.0, ...)
• New formats (Raw Dirac, M2TS, ...) and major improvements in many formats
• New Dirac encoder and MP3 fixed-point encoder
• Video scaling in full screen
• RTSP Trickplay support
• Zipped file playback
• Customizable toolbars
• Easier encoding GUI in Qt interface
• Better integration in Gtk environments
• MTP devices on Linux
• AirTunes streaming
VLC can be used to transcode media files, including files I originally streamed from the Web

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