Download the latest VLC update to fix Xbox One background audio issues
VLC is the ultimate media player and is now available as a Universal Windows Platform app.
Xbox One background audio issues
Recently, VLC recently received a new update and while the update is not substantial or mind-blowing, it does bring a few new fixes which should make many users happy. For instance, the update brings a new unmute shortcut to unmute audio quickly. What’s more important, though, is how the background sound bug is now eliminated.
For more information about the other fixes and improvements brought by this update, check out its full changelog below:
- The update added the unmute shortcut.
- The update managed to fix the network streams history deleting bug.
- The update fixes the Xbox background audio bug.
- Now there are more UX improvements.
- Hardware decoding performance has been improved.
The version of VLC available in Microsoft’s Store doesn’t feature all the options included in the classic VLC app and does not support Blu-ray or DVDs. If you want to benefit from those features, you should consider getting the desktop version instead.
VLC media player is a portable free and open-source, cross-platform media player and a streaming media server written by the VideoLAN project. The VLC app is compatible with all operating systems, mobiles, desktop or TVs.
VLC media supports virtually all audio and video formats, including subtitles, streaming protocols, and rare file formats.
Before this update, users reported that the app used to crash quite frequently. Fortunately, this issue has also been fixed, and now everything should work just fine.
To download VLC, you’ll need approximately 23.36-86.53MB.
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