How Different The VLC Media Player 2.0 Final Is For Mac Users?
VLC has been on the market for such a long time. Now the new VLC Media Player 2.0 is out and it is much better than the previous versions. It comes with wonderful an amazing tools/features.
The release of the VLC Media Player 2.0 has been received by Mac enthusiasts with open arms. This is because most of the changes made to this new version mostly apply to Mac users. It has for example, improved its interface and actually replaced it with one similar to that of iTunes. It has also borrowed its looks from the OS X Lion. From its playlist window a few changes can be noted. Firstly, it has at two pane window that contains a list of locations where media files are. This is on the left hand pane. You will also notice that the invitation to drag or drop files on the playlist for playback is on the right side. The media controls are located at the bottom of the window.
The Media Player has new and enhanced audio effects that are next to where the icon for full screen is. The media player can now support a number of things including: Blu-ray system, VLC lua-based extensions, interactive features like getting movie extensions from the internet and even posting them on twitter. You can also pull the subtitles.
However the VLC 2.0 is not that different for the Linux and Windows users. One of the more noticeable features is the 64-buit VLC system for the Windows users. The media player can be downloaded for free by the Windows, Linux and Mac users. There are plans underway to make this version available to mobile and android users. It is a good video player that you should try out.