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Anyone installed the latest VLC? Looks quite a bit different.I'm undecided though it seems like it's fixed a few bugs. Interface has changed a little when not in full screen mode but once I double click to full screen mode I ain't too fussed.Your thoughts?

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From it merges my subs with da film i cudnt care what it looks ikeThe last VLC didnt look that great though, aint used it in a while.

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really focks me off how when you're watching a video on the msn now playing thing it shows the pathany way, anyone got a linkim happy with it now, whats been changed?

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Link?Although im quite content with the current version
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/I think the older versions are slightly simpler. Not huge differences really but they've been 'developing' it a while. You might go back to the older versions.
From it merges my subs with da film i cudnt care what it looks ikeThe last VLC didnt look that great though, aint used it in a while.
Well to me cos how simple VLC was, that's why it was so greatly used - well that's what I thought. Why, what do you use then?
really focks me off how when you're watching a video on the msn now playing thing it shows the pathany way, anyone got a linkim happy with it now, whats been changed?
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/It's supposedly been in development for a couple years, my main thing was I hoped it works with the 8-9 gig video files and works well, which so far it does.To me quite a few bug fixes and improvement on codecs which help with different types of video files. Interface changed slightly, stripped some of the simplicity I think but I'll get used to it, VLC has a tiny bit of colour. There's now a controller bar when in full screen mode when you roll the mouse so you can pause, play and adjust volume rather than right clicking. I think it's more vista compatible now too tbh, switches off aero temp thus saving resources to play files better, can't remember that happening before still.Codecs and the Subtitle thing has been changed (which I think are the main things), but haven't looked at the subtitle thing properly.Going by the responses most just seem to open avi's with it and that's all, so doubt those users will care too tough then.Changes from 0.8.6
--------Security updates: * Updated libfreetype on Windows and Mac OS X (CVE-2008-1806, CVE-2008-1806,   CVE-2008-1807) * TTA Parser improvements (CVE-2008-3732) * MMS Access Module improvements (CVE-2008-3794 )Playlist: * Vastly improved playlist support:	* Media library creation to save all your playlist items	* "Live search"	* Shoutcast TV listings	* Audioscrobbler/Last.FM support * Album art support * User definable Lua playlist scripts. See share/lua/playlist/README.txt   (Default scripts open YouTube, DailyMotion, metacafe, Google Video and   lots of other URLs) * User definable Lua album art fetcher scripts. See share/lua/meta/README.txtInputs: * Video for Linux 2 (V4L2) input support * UDP-Lite transport for RTP/AVP * DCCP transport for RTP/AVP * Proxy support for MMSH stream * JACK audio input support * Input run time option (improved live stream recording) * BDA devices access module for DVB-C/S/T capture cards on Microsoft Windows * Re-written Screen access module for Mac OS X    using OpenGL instead of QuickDraw * Screen module now supports partial screen capture and mouse following on X11. * Experimental EyeTV access module   This requires the user to install a plugin to EyeTV.app   (available as a separate download). * Simple RTP input (with MPEG A/V, G.711 and PCM support). * RTMP input support * QTKit-based Input module for Mac OS X allowing display and streaming of video   taken from all iSight-labelled video cameras (no audio support) * HTTP access now supports gzip compressed data and Digest Access   Authentication. * New options to reduce latency between arrival of raw data and display of   frames. (--auto-adjust-pts-delay and --use-stream-immediate)Demuxers: * MP4 gpac and Apple chapter support * Fixed playback of AIFF stereo files * Fixed audio glitch on seek * Improved FLAC demuxer (duration / current time / meta data) * AAC tags support * APEv1/2 tags support * Improved ID3v2 tags support * Improved Ogg/Vorbis tags support * Raw video support * Standard MIDI File (types 0 & 1) support * TiVo Series 2 support * CD+G karaoke Files support * MXF files support * OMA supportDecoders: * VP60/VP61/VP6F/VP62 support * Flash Screen Video support * CamStudio Screen Video support * DosBox Capture support * Karl Morton's Video support * limited atrac3 support * Fraps support * Fluidsynth MIDI software synthesis (with external sound fonts) * New codec FOURCCs to support more specific files:   Avid, FCP, Sony, Samsung, ... * H.264 PAFF support * DNxHD / VC-3 support * NellyMoser ASAO support * APE (Monkey audio) support * RealVideo support (with the RealVideo run-time) * Dirac video support using libschroedingerSubtitles: * Closed Caption Decoder (DVD, ReplayTV, TiVo, DVB/ATSC) * VBI & EBU (Teletext) support (*nix, Mac OS) * Ogg/Kate subtitles support * AQTitle subtitles support * MKV USF subtitles support * HTML-based subtitles support * MPSub subtitles support * JacoSub subtitles basic support * MPL2 subtitles support * Rewrite of ASS/SSA scripts and subtitles support * PowerDivx (.psb) Subtitles support * Realtext subtitle support * DKS subtitle support * SubViewer 1.0 (SubRip09) subtitles support * Correct Right-to-left languages in subtitles supportEncoders: * Flash Screen Video support * Improved H.264 encoding speedVideo outputs and filters: * New CoreAnimation-based output module (VLCKit framework on OS X only) * Adjust, Invert and Distort (now split into Wave, Ripple, Gradient and   Psychedelic) video filters can now be streamed * New puzzle video output filter * Re-written motion detection video filter * New extract video filter (extract Red, Green and Blue components from a   video) * New sharpen video filter (increase the contrast of adjacent pixels) * New erase video filter (removes logos from a video) * Enhanced subtitles' renderer to support bold, italic and some HTML tags   (Google Summer of Code Student project) * Support for RGBA and I420 blending.   The latter improves Mosaic CPU usage *a lot*. * New transparency mask video filter (for use with the mosaic_bridge module). * New bluescreen video filter (for use with the mosaic_bridge module).    This was previously part of the mosaic module. * Fixed random characters problem in RSS filter. * Add rotate-deciangle for more precision on rotate filter * Support for Intel SSE2 instruction set in chroma converters * Improved use of Intel MMX instruction set in chroma converters * New croppadd and canvas video filters.Audio outputs and filters: * Replay gain support * Audio playback when going slower/faster (with pitch correction via   new scaletempo audio filter) * New spatializer audio filter * Correct DTS output via S/PDIFStream output: * RTSP for TS-multiplexed broadcast streams * New RTP payload formats:   * Speex voice audio codec   * ITU T.140 (for text, subtitles) output   * G.711 (both A-law and ยต-law) output * UDP-Lite transport for RTP * DCCP transport for RTP * Lots of fixes for RTSP broadcasting * RTMP outputInterfaces: * All   * New Simple Preferences dialogs showing the most important settings in an	 end-user suitable way.   * Improved user interaction   * Improved mouse gestures   * Vastly improved Update checker   * Full support for meta data editing (ID3v2, Ogg/Vorbis, AAC, APEv1/2) * Windows/Linux   * Brand new interface for Linux and Windows, based on the Qt toolkit   * Fullscreen controller (transparency on Linux+Composite) * Mac OS X   * Improved video output features   * Online access to VideoLAN's Help Wiki within VLC   * New setting to disable the "Recent Items" service   * When playing Radio (live) streams, the current track is shown correctly   * Correct appearance on Macs using Aqua's graphite theme   * Simplified Extended Controls panel * Ncurses:   * Correctly displays wide characters when using an UTF-8 locale, 	 if libncursesw is available.   * Some nice colors if the terminal supports it (most do) * Experimental Lua interface modules. See vlc -I lua and   share/lua/playlist/README.txt for more info. * Unix   * Option to allow only one running instance, using D-Bus interface.   * D-Bus Interface implementing the MPRIS 	 (Media Player Remote Interfacing specification), a common dbus control 	 interface for media players that intends to become an xdg standard when 	 finished: http://wiki.xmms2.xmms.se/index.php/Media_Player_Interfaces .   * Motion module using disk accelerometers to keep video horizontal   * Plugin to set Telepathy presence message using MissionControl * Fixed VLM schedule time on LinuxLinux Port: * VLC now complies with the XDG Base Directory Specification version 0.6   http://standards.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/basedir-spec-0.6.html   (which means that VLC doesn't use the $HOME/.vlc directory anymore)Mac OS X Port: * Mac OS X Framework "VLCKit" that can be used to embed VLC in third party   applications (Google Summer of Code Student project, Mac OS X 10.5 only) * New text renderer based on Quartz replacing the existing Freetype solution * Complete compatibility with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard   * It is now required to compile a fully featured build * The support of Mac OS X 10.3.9 and QuickTime 6.x was discontinued.LibVLC: * Event management and various improvements in libvlc   (Part of a Google Summer of Code Student project)New Localizations: * Finnish * Persian * Polish * Punjabi * BulgarianDevelopers:  * LibVLC now supports externally built plugins properly.	A "vlc-plugin" pkg-config package is provided.  * Java bindings are now built from a separate source.

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Guest Flava Dave

its f*cked how this si still in betant even version 1.0 yet u known its very sick

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really focks me off how when you're watching a video on the msn now playing thing it shows the pathany way, anyone got a linkim happy with it now, whats been changed?
f*cked when your watching porn eh?

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really focks me off how when you're watching a video on the msn now playing thing it shows the pathany way, anyone got a linkim happy with it now, whats been changed?
f*cked when your watching porn eh?
damn right watch when catch out them undercover batty bwoys

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