3 weeks ago we warned of the imminent appearance of the final version of this media player, and we finally have us VLC 2.0 ‘Twoflower’ .
player jumps to a version very round and makes for important reasons, as it includes significant improvements among which stands native playback of Blu-ray , although that capacity is being considered as “experimental” by the developers, for example does not include support for menus.
notes VLC version 2.0 make it clear that developments covering all platforms and different application areas. Among the highlights we would have chosen the multi-thread decoding for H.264, and WebM MPEG-4/XviD , something that particularly affects mobile devices.
VLC 2.0 is codenamed Twoflower , and also has a new rendering pipeline for video offers better quality for the subtitles and filters to improve the quality during playback in real time .
You can download VLC 2.0
directly from here, whereas if you are already Ubuntu users have available an official PPA where you can find the new version of a player that many-myself included-believe essential.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa: videolan / stable-dailysudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install vlc