Actualización disponible: VLC Media Player 3.0.5 (December 27th 2018')
VLC media player is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays most multimedia files as well as Blu-ray, DVD, Audio CD, VCD, and various streaming protocols. VLC can also convert, capture/record and be used as a server to stream video.
VideoLAN is now publishing the VLC 3.0.5 release, a new minor release of the 3.0 branch.
This release notably improves the macOS mojave support, adds a new AV1 decoder and fixes numerous issues with hardware acceleration on Windows.
- What's new in 3.0.5
★ Changes between 3.0.4 and 3.0.5:
* Improve RTSP playback
* BluRay fixes and improvements, notably for menus and seeking
* Improve the UDP/RTP truncated issue
* Add a new AV1 decoder based on dav1d library
* Enable libaom decoder by default
* Fix decoding of some HEVC streams with macOS hardware decoding
* MP4: Fix reading of some HDR metadata
* Miscellaneous AV1 demuxing improvements
* Fix CAF integer-underflow
* Fix an MKV crash on iOS 12.0, on iPhone XS phones
* Add an AV1 packetizer
* Starting with VLC 3.0.5, VLC will be distributed with runtime hardening
enabled on macOS Mojave.
All external VLC plugins need to be signed by a DeveloperID certificate in order
to continue working with the official VLC package.
* Update the VLC dark UI to better match the dark mode of macOS Mojave
* Fix convert & save panel stream option
* Fix corking when the playback state is paused
* Improve corking on Android
* Fix Direct3D11 tone-mapping when HDR is displayed on an SDR screen
* More accurate colors for SD sources in Direct3D11
* Disable hardware decoding on some old Intel GPUs
* Fix zero-copy GPU acceleration on AMD RX Vega
* Misc Direct3D11 fixes
* Improve ChromeCast
* Update numerous 3rd party libraries, including for minor security issues
* Update Youtube support
* Fix subtitles rendering with specific fonts with negative horizontal advance
Descargas (GNU/Linux, MAC & Windows): VideoLAN.org