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VLC 3.0.10 Released with SMB2 / 3, Improved DVD Support

The VideoLAN team announced the release of VLC media player 3.0.10 a few days ago. They skipped version 3.0.9 and marked VLC 3.0.10 as the ninth update of “Vetinari”. Release highlights in VLC 3.0.10 include: Multiple DVD fixes & improvements Better adaptive streaming support Fix video rendering on macOS Various MP4 improvements Add libsmb2 support for SMB2/3 shares Fix security ...

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VLC 3.0 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu

The 3.0 release of VLC media player, code name “Vetinari”, is now available! Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 17.10, Ubuntu 18.04. VLC 3.0 release highlights: Activate hardware decoding by default, to get 4K and 8K playback! Support 10bits and HDR Support 360 video and 3D audio, up to Ambisoncics 3rd order Allow passthrough for HD audio ...

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How to Install VLC 3.0 RC in Ubuntu 16.04, 17.10

The new major VLC media player 3.0 reached RC2 release. The VideoLAN team made it easy to test VLC 3.0 dev releases via Snap packages in Ubuntu. Changes in VLC 3.0 include: HTTP/2 support. Improved UPnP support. Adaptive streaming support. Early work on Wayland support Optional systemd support. Support for network browsing with Samba, FTP/SFTP, NFS, and other protocols. Support ...

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