Version 4.0 of VLC, a popular cross-platform media-driven software, is planned for release in the coming months. Protocol Reports The big new feature is a new design interface, which Jean-Baptiste Camp President of the Video Lane Foundation hopes will look “slightly more modern.” Protocol It also reports that the team is working on a new way to run VLC in web pages, as well as integrating more online content into the software. It also has an IMDb competitor in the works.
Video LAN, the developer of VLC, gave the world a look at what this new interface might look like at the Fosdam conference in February 2019. The currently released screenshots feature an interface that mimics the player’s date light gray scheme in favor of a design that displays transparent interface elements, and modern-looking icons. “Don’t worry,” Kempf joked as he presented the photos. “You can still use the command line.” “
Probably the most interesting Movpedia project, because it is known internally. This is an attempt to create an IMDB-style database for movies, which users can edit and maintain.
There is no set date for the arrival of VLC 4.0, but you can read more about the planned features of the Video Lane for its release in the 2019 presentation (or check out the recording here).