VLC Player 3.0.3 released

SicherheitA few weeks ago the VLC Player 3.0.0 was released. Now the developers of the VideoLan project have already released version 3.0.3 of the VLC Player with bugfixes and improvements.


The project's webseite offers the newest version of VLC Player 3.0.3 for several platforms (scroll down to see all downloads). The change log notes the following improvements and fixes:

* Update subtitles display while paused

* Enable srt support on binary builds

* Allow videotoolbox hardware decoding to be disabled
* Disable VideoToolbox for 10bits H.264
* Fix VideoToolbox with some invalid HEVC streams
* Fix subsdec wide character support
* Fix 1st order Ambisonics in AAC

* Miscellaneous ogg improvements & bugfixes, including oggds
* Fix forced tracks selection
* Fix Topfield files
* Probe AAC/ADTS inside TS
* Fix tracks detection issues with DolbyVision and Bluray streams


* Fix "Open Network Stream" URL box focus
* Add option to disable hardware acceleration for video decoding
* Remove option to force dolby mode from simple preferences

Video Output:
* Fix crashes on Direct3D11

* Fix tooltip display on some desktop environments
* Fix spurious movement of the main Window
* Fix playlist being displayed in fullscreen

* Fix amem output
* Fix numerous issues on fonts fallback and font shaping
* Fix subtitles toggle through hotkeys
* Fix audioscrobbling
* Fix buffer over-read in avcodec audio encoding with non-default layouts
* Numerous 3rd party libraries updated, fixing security issues

* Update of most languages

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