VLC media player v1.1.1 released

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  1. xpeedx

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    VLC media player 1.1.2 - 29 July Updated

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    ● The VideoLAN web site

    This release only supports Windows 2000 (SP4), XP, Vista and 7.
    ● Windows zip packages (No installer needed)
    ● Windows self-extracting package

    What's new in 1.1.2

    Demuxers:
    * Avformat fps displaying fix
    * TS, fix an issue where some programs would get dropped (fixes DVB issues too)

    Audio filters:
    * fix timestamps handling on some filters that provoqued issues when playback of mono streams, especially on Windows

    Windows:
    * fix a bug in direct3d video output with old nVidia drivers that broke video playback with overlay (YUV->RGB)
    * fix console output encoding

    Interface and extensions:
    * Youtube and other scripts updates
    * Misc fixes in Qt4 (especially VLM and EPG dialogs) and MacOS interface


    What's new in 1.1.1

    Decoders/Demuxers:
    * Fix performance issues with GPU decoding using DxVA2 using ATI graphic cards You NEED ATI Catalyst 10.7
    * Fix :program selection in TS and DVB-T
    * Fixes and improvements for MKV, Avformat and Avcodec modules
    * Fix mod (.xm, .s3m, .it) files support on Windows and Mac builds

    Stream output:
    * Fix h264 streaming in ts

    Interfaces:
    * Qt: fix preferences, hotkeys, messages and some fulscreen behaviour
    * Skins: support for mousewheel in fullscreen, fix radialsliders
    * Http: fix fullscreen toggle

    Linux:
    * Fix pulse closing
    * VAAPI small improvements, notably for extraction mode selection

    MacOS:
    * Multiple interface and crash fixes
    * Deinterlace selection is repaired
    * Crashes when playing multi-channel tracks fixes

    Windows:
    * Activation of DEP on XP SP3
    * Fix opening of .m3u and .pls playlists
    * Fix crash when My Document isn't available
    * Fix crash when Windows was getting into standby while playing video

    Translations:
    * Update translations for Spanish, Polish, German, Sinhala, Hungarian, Khmer, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Hebrew, Slovak, Galician
     
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2010
  2. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    So the 10.7 Catalyst drivers include DXVA2 hardware acceleration then? It also sounds very much like the drivers are being released today after all. Hope it's true.
     
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  4. zer0_c0ol

    zer0_c0ol Ancient Guru

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    so how to enable or get dxva 2 ?
     

  5. Quicks

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    Whats better VLC media player v1.1.1 or Media player home cinama ?
     
  6. DJ_Casper

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    Media player home cinema for me
     
  7. CPC_RedDawn

    CPC_RedDawn Ancient Guru

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    VLC by far, its one of the best media players out there for video. It contains nearly every codec ever made. Every time a friend of mine says they have a problem playing a video file on their PC I point them toward VLC and they never look back.
     
  8. Riemen01

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    Where does this version come from? On the official page, I can still only find 1.1.0. Is it a nightly build?

    Edit:

    Seems it's already online.
    You can download it by editing the download link from VLC-HP. Here's the direct-link for the installer:
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/vlc/files/1.1.1/win32/vlc-1.1.1-win32.exe/download

    Edit2:

    Video Acceleration still not working. Even not with TwL's modified drivers. Waiting for Catalyst 10.7...
     
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2010
  9. zer0_c0ol

    zer0_c0ol Ancient Guru

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    i would not agree imo mpc is by far the best player out there...
     
  10. Venomsword

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    MPC-HC is the best imho.
     

  11. Carstuar

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    Good stuff. Now we just need the damn 10.7 drivers
     
  12. DJ_Casper

    DJ_Casper Master Guru

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    Hope for today if not then a week of waiting :(
     
  13. Darren Hodgson

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    Seems a bit of a coincidence that a new version of VLC is released with 10.7 driver support on the day that said drivers were rumoured to be released. I think the drivers will be released today myself as it's been over a month since the 10.6 drivers came out.
     
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    This is good news, i love VLCPlayer, although, recently i have just been using Boxee because i can keep track of what i have seen and haven't seen :p
     
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    No driver this week, seems to be released on the next week, close to end of the month. and i hope it won't be the truth.
     

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    I do use both but in my opinion MPC-HC is far better work with AMD cards and also i like VLC too because u can play broken video files (any) with this player which MPC-HC sometime wont be able to play at all. Thats where VLC shines for me. cheers for both video player developers.
     
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    The new Splash Player looks to be a good contender, I've been using it for a couple of weeks now and haven't wanted to move back to VLC.
     

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