VLC Media player is great for loading custom or external subtitle files. The player even identifies and automatically adds subtitles to videos based on the file name. Moreover, there are additional options to configure the on-screen text. We can easily change the font from the default one like Arial to something else like Roboto, as […]
A lot of desktop and laptop users have now upgraded to Windows 10 for free. Almost all apps and software installed in the computer before the upgrade are there. VLC works perfectly with Windows 10. But the thing is, the upgrade changes the default media players from VLC to some other Windows app. All the […]
By default VLC Media Player is set to have multiple instances. That means more than one player or player window can run and operate at the same time. It can be used to access or play multiple media files simultaneously. You can be playing two audio files or a video and an audio file at […]
When it comes to VLC, a lot is customizable in terms of the minimally present user interface. You can easily change where the play, pause, stop, next, previous and other video/audio control buttons are placed. You can also change the position of the individual buttons. Additionally, you can even change the position of all the […]
If you are a consumer/listener of podcasts, VLC Media Player can be a tool to access and subscribe to such audio content. For this, you will have to use the in-built subscribing options accessible via the “View > Playlist” section of the software. There you’d have to enter the feed URL of the podcast you want […]
If you are looking to download the portable version of VLC Media Player, you can get it from the official source or from trusted third party websites providing portable apps and software. Just download a compressed 7zip or zip version of VLC from the official download page for Windows, extract it in a folder and […]
Learn how to figure out the video resolution: Frame Width X Frame Height, of any video currently playing in VLC Media Player. Also get the frame rate information. These two are important to find out the quality of your video.