Brightcove is the main sponsor of the project, employing many of the core members and investing thousands of engineering hours every year in and plugins.The Brightcove Player is built on and used on thousands of video websites, ensuring can handle the most professional use cases.Video LAN and the VLC development team are happy to publish version 2.0 of VLC for Android today It supports network shares browsing and playback, video playlists, downloading subtitles, pop-up video view and multiwindows, the new releases of the Android operating system, and merged Android TV and Android packages. It also includes updated codecs libraries and fixes a security issue when playing specifically crafted Quick Time files as well as a 3rd party security issue in libmad. Due to unscheduled maintenance on one of our servers, some git repositories, the trac bug tracker and mailing-lists are currently not available.
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Video LAN and the VLC development team are happy to publish version 2.2.3 of VLC media player today This third stable release of the "Weather Wax" version of VLC fixes more than 30 important bugs reported on VLC 2.2.2.
It also includes updated codecs libraries and fixes 3rd party libraries security issues. 2016 is a special year for many FLOSS projects: Video LAN as open-source project and Free Software Foundation Europe both have their 15th birthday while KDE has its 20th birthday. This year Video LAN has come together with Qt, FSFE, KDE and KDAB to bring you Qt Con, where attendees can meet, collaborate and get the latest news of all these projects.
Video LAN Dev Days 2016 will be organised as part of Qt Con in Berlin.
The event will start on Friday the 2nd of September with 3 shared days of talks, workshops, meetups and coding sessions.
The current plan is to have a Call for Papers in March with the Program announced in early June.
Ludovic Fauvet: Unveiling interesting numbers about VLC downloads Every year in September the Video LAN community organize the Open Multimedia Conference also known as the Video LAN Developers Days or for short VDD.