VLC 4.0 will bring a cool new User Interface (pictures)

February

5

VLC is working on the 4th major version of their multi-format video player.

The organization have posted some of the upcoming features and screenshots, with the following changes and improvements expected:

  • A modern user interface with transparency, improved controls and more
  • An (optional) Media Library as found on the Android app, will come to the desktop version.
  • Support for 3D and VR (Windows Media Reality, Vice, Oculus, PSVR).
  • Wayland actually working.
  • UPnP Rendering, AirPlay output, like ChromeCast.
  • HEIF, Dash/Webm, TTML images, AV1 encoding, WebVTT.
  • SDI as stream output.
  • SMBv2/v3.
  • RIST (in and out).
  • Dropping support for Windows XP and Vista, and older version of iOS and Android.

See some examples screenshots of the new user interface below:

See more in this PDF here.

via Phoronix, WindowsLatest

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