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VLC Player Comes to Windows 8 After Months of Delays



VideoLAN, the company behind the popular open source media player VLC, rolled out the long-awaited beta version of its VLC for Windows 8 app on Thursday.

The app allows users to watch videos in almost every format, including MKV, FLAC and Ogg files.

The app is the result of a successful Kickstarter campaign that raised £40,000 ($66,704) in December 2012. Since its funding, the development of the Windows 8 app has been hampered by delays.

VLC’s developer, VideoLAN, says the beta version of the Windows 8 app does have some limitations. “As this is a beta, some features are still not perfectly stable, but we are working on that,” said Jean-Baptiste Kempf, VideoLAN’s president, in a message to Kickstarter backers. Read more…

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