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Tuesday, January 27 2015

Blu-Ray libraries releases

Blu-Ray libraries

Today, we release a new version of all our Blu-Ray libraries:

  • libbluray 0.7.0
  • libaacs 0.8.0
  • libbdplus 0.1.2

Those releases feature minor features improvements, and numerous bug fixes.

The biggest changes lie on the BD-J support, Java 8 support, fonts management and the raw access to devices and filesystem.

Our BD-J support should now be mostly working for most disks.

The filesystem changes is preparing the development of ISO support in those libraries.

Finally, a lot of code for portability has been merged between those libraries!

Download

You can download those on the right pages:

Have fun!

Sunday, November 16 2014

10 years of GSoC and VideoLAN

A few weeks ago, the 10 years Google Summer of Code Reunion was held in San Jose. To celebrate for the 10 seasons of GSoC, this event replaced the usual Google Summer of Code summit.

I thought it would be a good occasion to share what we've achieved around VideoLAN and VLC during those summer of code programs.

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Tuesday, August 5 2014

libdvdread, libdvdnav and libdvdcss releases

Dvdread and Dvdnav

libdvdread and libdvdnav have had a history of poor maintenance and numerous forks (and merges), with numerous lapse of time without active maintainers.

As a result, those libraries were in a sorry state, crashing a lot (crashing VLC more than libavcodec or filling up distribution BTS), while the DVD protections were getting stronger than ever...

Last year, after some work on libbluray, I decided to take over the maintenance of those DVD libraries. And here are the first releases of the new libdvdread, libdvdnav, coupled with a libdvdcss one...

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Saturday, July 26 2014

VLC 2.1.5

Release of 2.1.5

Today, we did a small release of the stable version of VLC media player: 2.1.5.

It is just a maintenance release, before VLC 2.2.0 is ready.

The highlights are:

  • Blu-Ray subtitles (PGS) in MKV are correctly sized,
  • Some MP3 streams could crash VLC,
  • GPU decoding that could artefact on Windows is repaired,
  • QTsound input does not crash anymore on OS X,
  • Audio channels order are fixed on OS X,
  • Improvements on the OS X UI for retina displays,
  • We updated freetype, libass, libogg, libmodplug, live555 and libjpeg,
  • We updated GnuTLS and libpng, to solve security issues,
  • Various issues in interfaces and transcode chains are fixed too.

Hopefully, this is the last one before 2.2.0 is out!

You can grab your version on our website!

Monday, March 31 2014

VLC for Android: take 2

Intro

VLC for Android is on the store since quite some time, and it is quite popular, notably knowing it is only a Beta release.

After more than 6 months since the last release, we've developed a new version that is changing a lot of things.

This could be mostly considered as a Second main release of VLC for Android.

The most important parts are a new UI, closer to a modern Android theme and a rewritten hardware acceleration.

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Monday, March 10 2014

First achievement unlocked!

Oh boy, this has been a long and bumpy ride!

Today, the first Beta of VLC for WinRT is getting deployed on the store.

As many of you know, the road to come to this point has been long... Very long.

I've been driving or helping some ports of VLC on mobile, but this port has been the hardest, by an order of magnitude.

I'll speak a bit more about the lateness of this port, another time. Today, I'll introduce a bit to this application.

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