VLC gets a new look on Windows and Linux

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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

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  • Linux
  • Windows & Microsoft