What is the full form of VLC?
The full form of VLC is VideoLAN Client. It is a media player that is open source and cross-platform. It was created by VideoLAN and can be used by anyone for free. It is accessible in app stores and serves all mobile platforms and operating systems.
Along with DVDs and VCDs, VLC allows video-visual formats like DivX / Xvid, MPEG, Ogg, etc. It is designed in a modular way to select various modules and determine how well the output can be managed and displayed.
Essential pieces of information about VLC
- VLC can transmit and transcode multimedia files over networks and store them in different formats.
- The VideoLAN software was first developed in 1996 as part of an academic project in France. When VLC was a client of the VideoLAN project, “VideoLAN Client” was what the program’s name stood for in the past.
- It was published on 1st February 2001 under the name VLC media player. Since 2011, it has been available on the google play store for android apps.
Characteristics of VLC
- VLC can also play broken, incomplete or unfinished images, as it is packet-based.
- It can be mounted or run directly from the USB or another external drive.