Nightlies (thanks to carepack): http://nightlies.videolan.org/build/android-armv7/
Feb. 27, 2013: Thank you VivaErBetis again for providing the v0.0.9 beta update.
March 1, 2013: Thank you VivaErBetis for providing the v0.0.10 beta update.
March 18, 2013: Thank you VivaErBetis for providing the v0.0.11 beta update.
May 15, 2013: Thank you VivaErBetis for providing the v0.1.0 beta update.
May 23, 2013: Thank you VivaErBetis for providing the v0.1.1 beta update.
June 24, 2013: Thanks to VivaErBetis for providing the v0.1.2 beta update.
July 29, 2013: Thanks to VivaErBetis for providing the v0.1.3 beta update.
November 27, 2013: Thanks to VivaErBetis for providing the v0.1.4 beta update.
April 4, 2014: Thanks to hrishi420 for bringing the v0.9.0 update to my attention.
v0.9.0 - This update is the last version before the official first release.
- This release has a new interface, available in dark or white colors. The UI is closer to an Android look and will evolve more in the future.
- Video Browser and Audio Browser is updated
- Supportt built in equalizer.
- Playlist that can be edit with gestures.
- Video Player is also updated
- The second important change is the introduction of full hardware acceleration. With this release, It has been able to decode 4K streams on a Nexus 5 or a BayTrail tablet.
- Hardware acceleration is now enabled by default on 4.3 and 4.4. You can access it on 4.1 and 4.2 in preferences.
- It also features the better looking subtitles support that was added on VLC on the desktop.
- Software decoding has been accelerated too.
- This release supports Widi and HDMI screens; it fixes some audio bugs on 2.3 and SD cards misdetections.
- This release of VLC for Android is the 17th Beta. It's numbered 0.9.0, since it's the last important version before the 1.0.0 release.
- It's available everywhere, except in the US, but will be pushed as a staging release on the store.
- It will be finally available in the US with our next release.
v0.1.4 - This update is mandatory for those using Android 4.4 KitKat because fixes video playing.
v0.1.3 - This update is mandatory for those with new Android 4.3 JWR66N/JWR66V because previous versions will not play video, only audio.
v0.1.2 - Improves decoding speed, solves a few crashes and misbehaviors, cleans the code and changes the license of the VLC engine.
v0.1.1 - This is the 13th beta of VLC for Android.
0.1.1 is fixing a few bugs of 0.1.0.
v0.1.0 - This is the twelfth beta of VLC for Android.
- Bugfix and performance release compared to the previous ones.
- It should solves quite a few crashes and misbehaviours, and should prepare the framework for future improvements.
- If you have audio issues, a preference setting allows you to use a different audio method, like AudioTrack (Java).
- Another preference is available for video output (YV12 is the fastest, RGB32 the safest).
0.0.11 is a fixing release for crashes occurring in 0.0.9
v0.0.10 - This is the tenth beta of VLC for Android.
0.0.10 is a fix for crashes above 0.0.9
v0.0.9: - This is the ninth beta of VLC for Android.
- The new beta is an important release after 0.0.8; it tests new audio and video output methods, and fixes many bugs.
- The audio now uses OpenSL ES, which should help improve audio/video sync. However, a preference setting allows you to use the former method, AudioTrack (Java).
- For video, one can now select YV12 output: it should be faster, if it works
- For older devices, 16-bit output should help display speed.
v0.0.8: - This is the eighth beta available of VLC for Android.
The new beta is a small release above 0.0.7, improving the SDcards management (including external), fullscreen playback, thumbnailing speed, headphones support, orientation behavior, Android 4.2, lock screen control and notifications, audio glitches and audio interface sorting. It also brings many fixes for crashes and issues that were reported by users,
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