The popular open source media player VLC gets a maintenance release to fix bugs found in previously released VLC 1.0.1. VLC 1.0.1 that was rolled out about two months ago had a number of bugs and security vulnerabilities that have been fixed in VLC 1.0.2. VLC 1.0.2 fixes issues in subtitles, Theora video compression format and Ogg, it addresses dvb-c channels-scanning and fixes some playlist sorting issues.
Mac OS X Port users benefit most from this update that addresses issues like, VLC crashing during an update, a newly added “Quit after Playback” feature and a full 64bit runtime compatibility on both Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6 amongst other feature. See the changelog.
Because of the security issues addressed in this release, the VLC team strongly recommends everyone to update to VLC 1.0.2.
VLC is released under the GNU General Public License (GPLv2).
Download VLC 1.0.2 ~ for Mac OS X, Linux and Windows