VLC 1.1.1 is out: GPU decoding for ATI

VLC 1.1.1 was just released! A lot of bugs were fixed, and now, GPU decoding works on ATI cards! You need Catalyst 10.7 to use DxVA on your ATI GPU.

Other important news: libVLC has a lot of new useful functions, like libvlc_set_user_agent(), or libvlc_video_set_callbacks() and libvlc_video_set_format() to replace the –vmem-* hack.

Enjoy this new release!

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3 thoughts on “VLC 1.1.1 is out: GPU decoding for ATI

  1. Hmm, errr…

    can I make a question about VLC?

    What is the status of project M? it was mean to come a long time ago, nobody says anything on the matter… any clues?

  2. I’ve found a bug where the colours are switched for the subtitles. Like, the subtitle is blue in another player and in non-dxva mode, but in DXVA mode, the subtitle turns to yellow/gold. It also seems like yellow/gold colour turns blue when DXVA mode is enabled.

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