VLC for Windows 10 Anniversary Update to be available soon
The VLC Media Player, also known as VLC is a free, portable and open-source video player and streaming media server. The application has been written by the VideoLAN project and can be installed on both mobile devices and desktop operating system, but it is also available for the Xbox One via the Universal Windows Platform.
There are many people out there who are using the VLC application to stream video or audio files. It is good to know that you can also use this application to stream media files from a network. In order to do this, you will need a VLS server where you will connect to stream video files that are hosted on that server.
As most of you already know, VLC for Windows 10 is already figuring as an active UWP application, but that doesn’t mean that the developer has stopped improving this application.
Thomas Nigro, Opuscop’s co-founder, has announced that VLC for Windows 10 Anniversary Update will soon be released. According to Nigro, the VLC app for the Anniversary Update will be released sometime at the end of the week.
Keep in mind that, currently, there is a VLC in the Store which is designed for Windows 10 TH2, but soon enough, there will be a special VLC version for Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Unfortunately, we don’t have many details regarding the VLC version for Windows 10 Redstone 1 update, but Nigro claims that it will have something to do with implementing new UI features, that Microsoft has already enabled in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which will surely please the eyes of users.
VLC will also be updated for the November update that the Xbox One will receive in two months’ time. Unfortunately, we don’t have any details about the new VLC features for Xbox One, but more information regarding this should be revealed in the coming weeks.
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