VLC Media Player 1.1.5 Update Adds Live WebM Streaming, Game Music Emu, Channels.com Support
One of the most popular media player VLC has updated to version 1.1.5. The latest version fixes many bugs and security issues including the Windows SMB security issue. It also comes loaded with a handful of noteworthy changes. VLC 1.1.5 can now play live .webm streaming video, wrapped in Google’s WebM video container.
VLC has now added support for Channels.com. You can find it in the Media Browser Box under Internet, which can be found in playlist window. VLC has included more than 1,000 popular shows from Channels.com.
If you are a fan of classic gaming and love to play your favorite in-game music from Atari, Famicom, and Sega, you will simply love this new feature of VLC. It now supports playback of a variety of video game audio using the Game Music Emu engine. Another feature which Intel users will like is VLC now supports GPU HD decoding using Intel IGP on Windows, using DxVA2.
Interested users may want to check out the change log here.