VLC 3.0 now supports Chromecast and the world is a better place


VLC, the video player of choice for a wide gamut of tinkerers, is finally getting Chromecast/Google Cast support, after years of user pleading and buggy beta appearances. But that’s not all; there’s a huge gamut of genuinely useful new features as it reaches version 3.0. Let’s check these off: 8K support (hardware decoding is on by default) HDR and 10 bit video HMDI Audio passthrough Network browsing for NAS systems 360 video and 3D audio Modifying subtitle size live Drag and drop support HD DVD support As a neat bonus, VLC versions will now line up on mobile and desktop…

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