VLC Media Player 2.0, dubbed as Twoflower, is a major upgrade with many improvements and new features. VLC Media Player once started as an academic project back in 1996, is now no doubt one of the most popular media players. It hit version 1.0 back in 1999 and finally today, the media player reached version 2.0.
Some of the notable changes in this version are support for more formats, experimental Blu-Ray support, faster decoding on multi-core CPU and mobile hardware, and professional High-Definition and 10-bits codecs, improved integration of the RealVideo and Real Formats as well as better support for FLAC.
Mac users will welcome the new VLC user interface with full-screen support in Lion and a new one-window layout.
Interested users can see the features page to see the complete listing.
VLC 2.0 is available for Windows XP SP2, Vista, and 7, OS X 10.5 or later running on PowerPC or 32-bit and 64-bit Intel machines, and Linux. VLC for iOS and Android are under development and will be launched soon.
With the latest update, the best media player just got better and we definitely recommend you all to try it out!
You can download VLC 2.0 from the official link: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/#download
Image of both Mac and Linux user interface courtesy VideoLAN official page.