Discussion in 'other software & services' started by anon, Feb 9, 2018.
Ah finally, so much faster now
FYI. VLC Media Player Portable 3.0.15 (audio and video player) Released for the PA Platform, courtesy of PortableApps.com.
Got it earlier today from portableapps.com. Thanks for the info, JR.
Buddel, you're welcome! Take care and say safe.
FYI. VLC Media Player Portable 3.0.14 Rev 2 (audio and video player) Released for the PA Platform, courtesy of PortableApps.com.
Why has version 3.0.15 been taken down?
@JRViejo- Do you use it and would you share your own opinion of it if you do. Thanks with regards-EASTER
EASTER, yes I do use VLC (both in my Win7 PC and Android phone), and I love it!
Found this article awhile back regarding its hidden features: https://lifehacker.com/the-best-hidden-features-of-vlc-1654434241
Haven't tried this on my Win10 laptop, but maybe you can in your new setup: https://www.vlchelp.com/how-to-make-vlc-the-default-media-player-in-windows-10/
I really appreciate your reply. I always for a long time enjoyed VLC then somehow got diverted to MPC-HC & BC. HC is my preferred choice due to the Playlist feature which can be easily docked for selecting then removed so more video screen can show.
Recently downloaded your link to a newest VLC but haven't tried it yet. A star trek fanatic, it is a favorite to find a player that is feature-rich and stable with no memory leaking.
VLC Media Player 3.0.16
To be perfectly honest, i brushed off VLC for MPC-HC for quite some time. Reason being that allowing it to loop thru my sci fi files while quite nice, by morning i would find my PC 8.1 that is, virtually as molasses.
These newer versions seem to be much more responsive on the surface. I've yet to run it all night as is the practice but certaintly hope it's better from that aspect. Mind you the thing doesn't have a lot to draw on with my 8.1 but im sure that on Windows 10 there wouldnt be such that issue.
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