The desktop version of popular open-source media player VLC has received a major update today. Version 2.1, called Rincewind, includes a new audio core, which improves the overall audio processing of VLC, along with support for 4K video. Part of the new audio core is an improved audio rendering pipline, that is more efficient and has better volume control, along with improved device management. Rincewind also increases format support, and adds support for seven new codecs. For anyone with the hardware to display it, VLC is now ready for 4K Ultra-HD video.
You can download VLC 2.1 right now from VideoLAN's website. It's still pretty popular, who among you guys still uses VLC? What do you think to the latest update?