Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Rocky's #1 Favorite Media Player: VLC Media Player

I love VLC media player; it uses the "libdvdcss DVD decryption library" to Playback your encrypted DVD Movies. On Windows and Mac OSX this Library is Installed with VLC Media Player. But on Linux you Must Install it Separately, the easiest way to Do this is by Installing "libdvdread4" from your Distro's Software Center.

Or by typing this Command in the Unix/Linux Terminal:

Command Entered into the "MATE Terminal 1.8.1"

Then Hit "Enter", You'll be Prompted for your Admin "Super User" Password, It won't show the password; just type it then hit "Enter" again.

VLC Media Player also can Play Every format of media file; and it has been said that if VLC Media Player can't Playback the Media File, Nothing can. VLC Media Player can Even Playback  DVD Video Disc Backups (.iso), as if it was an actual Media File.

Image Gallery:

VLC Media Player 2.2.0-Pre2 "Weatherwax" Ubuntu MATE 14.10:

VLC Media Player 2.1.5 "Rincewind" On Windows 7:

External Sites:
VLC Media Player - Official Homepage
Wikipedia - VLC Media Player
Wikipedia - Libdvdcss
VideoLan - LibBluray (BD Video Playback)

Other Downloads:
Portable Apps.com VLC Media Player Portable (Windows)
SourceForge: KernelEX

Old Archived Versions:
FileHippo: VLC Media Player (32-Bit)
OldApps: VLC Media Player

The Windows Current Version of VLC Media Player; Requires atleast Windows XP SP2 (Versions 2.0.0 - Current) to be Installed in order to Run; To install it on Windows 98/2000/ME, you must install "KernelEX" first; or Use an Older Version of VLC Media Player. (Versions 1.0.0 - 1.1.11)

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