VLC is working on support for Chrome Cast




The iOS version of VLC will support Chrome Cast. Developers say there currently are. Busy with There are also desktop versions for Windows, Mac and Linux in the pipeline.

VLC logo Developer Felix Paul Kühne says after forum questions that developers are busy with Chrome Cast support for VLC’s iOS version, discovered GigaOm. It’s just not clear when the support for HDMI dongle Google will be released.

Kühne gives the VLC forum further that the developer working on a desktop version for Windows, Mac and Linux. That’s according to him, moreover, more time in it, because those programs ‘somewhat difficult’ to make. For example, Google does not need any sdk released. This means that the VLC team to work with reverse engineering or VLC should work together with the Chrome browser.

The VLC media player is very popular, because the open source software for a wide range of platforms available and lots of codecs supports out-of-the-box. By Chrome Cast-add support, users can VLC content via a smartphone or desktop cast to a television.


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