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VLC (VideoLAN) Media Player 2.0.6


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The VideoLAN project targets multimedia streaming of MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and DivX files, DVDs, digital satellite channels, digital terrestial television channels and live videos on a high-bandwidth IPv4 or IPv6 network in unicast or multicast under many OSes. VideoLAN also features a cross-platform multimedia player, VLC, which can be used to read the stream from the network or display video read locally on the computer under all GNU/Linux flavours, all BSD flavours, Windows, Mac OS X, BeOS, Solaris, QNX, Familiar Linux. VideoLAN is free software, and is released under the GNU General Public License. It started as a student project at the French École Centrale Paris but is now a worldwide project with developers from 20 countries.

Thanks to thylacine for the update.

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brain_death

No install, 7-Zip packages for Windows:

x86:

hxxp://get.videolan.org/vlc/2.0.6/win32/vlc-2.0.6-win32.7z

x64:

hxxp://get.videolan.org/vlc/2.0.6/win64/vlc-2.0.6-win64.7z

;)

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It has a bug.!

1. Play video file

2. Quit.

3.Try play again

4. You will not succes! - unless you end process task!

played just fine for me

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Problems here too. Win 7 x64. Program doesn't open and exe says it's using 1,000,000+ CPU! :S

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What happen with this update? doesn't work!

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Problems here too. Win 7 x64. Program doesn't open and exe says it's using 1,000,000+ CPU! :s

Same here,Windows 7 x86,back to v2.0.5

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Thanks for the update

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me too.very resource hog.but i've installed for error x32 version. once installed x64 version( i have x64 Windows 8 ) i have no problem.

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Israeli_Eagle

Right, the 64bit version works for me (Win7 x64)! :cheers:

So I guess it's not anymore experimental...

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got win7 x64 but using vlc x86 version. any benefits on using x64 native with win7 version of vlc? been using x86 since i know of vlc any it was work fined to my needs :p

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insanedown58

I get a 404 Error when clicking the links so maybe that means they pulled out the new version to fix the minor bugs OR I missed it and I'll probably have to get it tomorrow :lmao:

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chlorophyll

such a WORST PLAYER IT IS.i HATE this PLAYER IN EXTREMES..yaaaaakkhhh

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such a WORST PLAYER IT IS.i HATE this PLAYER IN EXTREMES..yaaaaakkhhh

for me, VLC is the best.what would be the best for you?

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chlorophyll

such a WORST PLAYER IT IS.i HATE this PLAYER IN EXTREMES..yaaaaakkhhh

for me, VLC is the best.what would be the best for you?

dammn DAUM POT PLAYER

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no program window, just the process eating ram and cpu with 2.0.6.... reverting to 2.0.5

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VideoLAN.pngThe VideoLAN project targets multimedia streaming of MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and DivX files, DVDs, digital satellite channels, digital terrestial television channels and live videos on a high-bandwidth IPv4 or IPv6 network in unicast or multicast under many OSes. VideoLAN also features a cross-platform multimedia player, VLC, which can be used to read the stream from the network or display video read locally on the computer under all GNU/Linux flavours, all BSD flavours, Windows, Mac OS X, BeOS, Solaris, QNX, Familiar Linux. VideoLAN is free software, and is released under the GNU General Public License. It started as a student project at the French École Centrale Paris but is now a worldwide project with developers from 20 countries.

Thanks to thylacine for the update.

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Link is not working for the 32 bit.

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VideoLAN.pngThe VideoLAN project targets multimedia streaming of MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and DivX files, DVDs, digital satellite channels, digital terrestial television channels and live videos on a high-bandwidth IPv4 or IPv6 network in unicast or multicast under many OSes. VideoLAN also features a cross-platform multimedia player, VLC, which can be used to read the stream from the network or display video read locally on the computer under all GNU/Linux flavours, all BSD flavours, Windows, Mac OS X, BeOS, Solaris, QNX, Familiar Linux. VideoLAN is free software, and is released under the GNU General Public License. It started as a student project at the French École Centrale Paris but is now a worldwide project with developers from 20 countries.

Thanks to thylacine for the update.

Download

Link is not working for the 32 bit.

It seems 2.0.6 for x86 Windows has been removed from VideoLAN's website.

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x86 not working.

It is use high CPU resources and the window does not open.

Windows 7 Enterprise x86.

Uninstalled.

:angry: :pos:

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