VLC 1.1.4 is released! PPA Ubuntu

VLC 1.1.4 is released, this is the fourth bugfix release of the VLC 1.1.x branch. This release comes especially to fix important security issue  that was discovered in most windows application, Linux in general is not affected by thisvlc-logo security bug. So this new release is targeted for the windows platform.

What`s new in VLC 1.1.4?

  1. Avformat fps displaying fix-TS,
  2. Fix an issue where some programs would get dropped (fixes DVB issues too)
  3. Audio filters: · fix timestamps handling on some filters that provoked issues when playback of mono streams, especially on Windows
  4. -Interface and extensions: · Youtube and other scripts updates

Installation :

For Ubuntu 10.04  lucid and ubuntu 10.10 maverick:

Open terminal and type the commands:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:n-muench/vlc
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install vlc vlc-plugin-pulse mozilla-plugin-vlc

Fedora 11 (Leonidas), Fedora 12 (Constantine) and Fedora 13 (Goddard)

Use RPM Fusion for F11, F12 and F13
Install rpmfusion-free-release-stable.noarch.rpm for F11, F12 and F13.

$> su -
#> rpm -ivh
#> yum install vlc
#> yum install mozilla-vlc

– For opensuse

For Opensuse click here

-For other linux distribution go to download page of VLC

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3 Comments on this Post

  1. I use VLC for video. Because VLC clips/stutters on my Dell D600/Ubuntu 10.04 system when playing FLAC and MP3 files, I use Gnome MPlayer for audio-only files.

    I upgraded VLC to version 1.1.4 using the instructions above and it broke MPlayer. Now when I click on play, nothing happens. So I removed and re-installed MPlayer, but that didn’t fix it.

  2. Your mplayer broke because this PPA has new versions of ffmpeg that support VA-API (hw accel) but which break older apps.

  3. Les Hodgson

    One Time when I down loaded VLC Media player Iwas given the option to make it the Default player . This time when I downloaded the player this option was not provided. Could you please tell me how to make VLC Media player the default player over Windows media player. Cheers…. Les Hodgson

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