When it comes to media players, I have only two in my list. The first is VLC Player, the second is Winamp. VLC Player
is number one for me because it is free and it plays almost any media file type you want to play. It even plays broken files. Winamp is number two because I like its look and of all the media players I've tried, it is the one that could give me the best sound every time I play mp3's. Probably I am just used to the magic of its equalizers.
Now VLC Player has a new version out, the VLC 0.9.2 which has a new user interface version each for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Of course it's not the only thing that is new in this version, it also got more video formats supported, new filter, and simplified setting menu. The older version of VLC (0.8.6) can play FLV files (the format for the ones you download from Youtube and other like sites) but it was not as good as how the new version (0.9.2) supports FLV files; you can now jump anywhere in the timeline without the software closing down on the video. But of course you can now choose to refrain from downloading videos from Youtube because VLC player now supports playback YouTube, Google Video , and Daily Motion videos.
For more information about this new release just visit their website. Don't forget to download the best media player in the world :)
Labels: Audio, Linux, Macintosh, Media Players, Open Source, Video, vlc media player, windows