VLC gets a new look on Windows and Linux

After two years in development, VLC, the universal media player, has moved from the 0.8.x versions to version 0.9.2. The release, named “Grishenko”, is available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and other operating systems, is available to download from the Videolan web site. The most visible new feature in the Windows and Linux versions is a new user interface. The new interface uses Qt4, replacing the previous wxWidgets-based interface as the default interface and allowing for better internationalisation and a richer set of graphical controls.

Link: heise.de


  • Linux
  • Windows & Microsoft