VLC 3.0.10 arrives improving a little of everything, but without outstanding news

VLC 3.0.10

VideoLan has just announced the launch of a new version of its famous multimedia player. Is about VLC 3.0.10, a new installment that, initially, does not include very exciting changes, although they have made adjustments on several fronts. This release follows v3.0.9.2 of the software that is already available in the official repositories of most Linux distributions, but many others remain stuck in v3.0.8 released months ago.

As we read in the your download page, VLC 3.0.10 introduces new features such as improvements in the management of MP4 files or improved support for macOS Catalina, the latest version of Apple's desktop operating system. If you don't add more changes to this link, the only ones news that they have introduced in this new installment are the ones you have after the cut

VLC 3.0.10 Highlights

  • Updated Twitch and VLSub scripts.
  • Various improvements and fixes in DVD management.
  • Adaptive streaming support improved.
  • Fix for video rendering on macOS.
  • Various improvements in MP4 management.
  • Improved support for macOS Catalina.
  • Added support for SMB2 / 3 sharing.
  • It includes several security patches to prevent DOS attacks on the microDNS service.
  • Several more fixes.

VLC 3.0.10 It is now available for all supported systems ... or not. At the time of this writing it can be downloaded from its official website for Windows and macOS, but users who depend more on other installation systems will still have to wait a few hours or even days to be able to update. For most Linux distributions, VideoLan offers us the Snap version which is still stuck at v3.0.8 of the software. On the other hand, a flatpak package, but right now it's still on v3.0.9.2. Android and iOS options will be coming to their respective stores soon.

In any case, there is already a new version of VLC and we will soon be able to use it on our Linux systems. Users interested in testing what is to come, can install VLC 4 beta from its Snap package.

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  1.   johui said

    Let's see if they fix the subtitles issue with the Chromecast, which is already playing, since version 3 it is compatible with Chromecast but the subtitles nothing at all.