VLC Player
Old Version of VLC Player for Windows Server 2003 x64
Latest Version
VLC Player 2.1.4
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8 & Windows Server Family
License
Open Source
First Release
05 December, 2004 (10 years ago )
Latest Release
28 February, 2014 (5 months ago )

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Version Name
Released Date
Size
D/L
28 February, 2014
(5 months ago)
23.9 MB
04 February, 2014
(6 months ago)
23.88 MB
10 December, 2013
(7 months ago)
22.78 MB
13 November, 2013
(8 months ago)
22.58 MB
25 September, 2013
(10 months ago)
23.15 MB
10 June, 2013
(1 year ago)
22.15 MB
11 April, 2013
(1 year ago)
21.88 MB
11 April, 2013
(1 year ago)
22 MB
14 December, 2012
(2 years ago)
21.86 MB
28 June, 2012
(2 years ago)
22.17 MB
15 July, 2011
(3 years ago)
20.1 MB
VLC Player Screenshots
VideoLAN prefers applications request authorization before accessing Internet. Also can get information in order to get or check available updates. More
The main interface of VLC media player now updated in most language translations and many miscellaneous fixes in decoders, demuxers and subtitles. More
VLC Player 1.1.10 interface settings remove font-cache re-building on the freetype module on Windows. More
About VLC Player

VLC (initially VideoLAN Client) is a highly portable multimedia player for various audio and video formats (MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, mp3, ogg, avi) as well as DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols. It can also be used as a server to stream in unicast or multicast in IPv4 or IPv6 on a high-bandwidth network.
 

VLC Player Features

  • It supports a large number of multimedia formats, without the need for additional codecs
  • VLC Player needs little CPU power
  • VLC can use a large number of input devices
  • Easy to use interface.

Updates : VLC Player Updates

Did You Know?

VLC on GNU/Linux, Solaris, and Microsoft Windows has playback control support via libcdio and libvcdinfo. On other platforms, SVCD support varies depending on the availability of these libraries. (Volunteers for adding support are always welcome.). Handling still frames (often used in menus) and switching between different video formats is problematic.