Moments' Tracker is a free extension for the media player VLC. It allows users to track their favorite frames and scenes from a movie and/or media file. Once bookmarked, that users can jump directly to that "moment".
Playlist Cleaner is an extension for VLC media player first released in 2012. The extension written in Lua programming language is made to remove any unnecessary files from the playlist like a duplicate, moved and/or already deleted files.
Syncplay is an extension for VideoLAN Organization's media player that is free for users to download and use. It was made to synchronize playback across multiple instances of the player for the file to be viewed together.
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the traffic cone logo of VLC is based on the traffic cone collection of students who created this program? VLC stands for VideoLAN Client, which is used as a multimedia player, encoder, and streamer of audios and videos. Since VLC is no longer considered a client, the acronym for VLC no longer applies as well. VLC has already been downloaded 2.5 billion times from 2005 up to 2018. This is based on VLC download statistics. This media player platform has versions for numerous operating systems such as Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Linux, BeOS, BSD, Solaris, and Chrome OS. In addition, this free and open-source media player also supports various file formats such as DVD-Video.
VLC is developed by the VideoLAN project, and it was first released on February 1, 2001. According to history, this was originally developed by École Centrale Paris students, then later on, it was developed by contributors from different parts of the world, with the coordination of the non-profit organization, VideoLAN. This was originally intended as a streaming video between a client and a server across a campus network. Meanwhile, the name has been changed to VLC media player since a client and server is no longer applicable for this application. In 2011, VLC media player has become available on Google Play Store.
Subtitles finder is a free extension for VLC media player which is based on a script from Jean-Philippe André. It helps in getting the subtitle of movies from OpenSubtitles directly to the player.
VLSub is a free extension for VLC. Using the hash of the video, users just need to search and subtitles will be automatically downloaded from OpenSubtitles. This VLC extension works only with version 2.2 and up.
Resume Media is an extension for VLC that displays the last positions of media files and bookmark in each table. It is free for the users to use and download.
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VideoCast is a Google Chrome extension. It supports player integrated extensions and Chromecast and supports formats such as mp4, webm, and flv. This is also compatible with YouTube and Dailymotion.
VLC-Addons is a very complete site to find extensions, plugins and a lot of cool stuff for VLC, the famous multimedia player.
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#13Top 5 Little Known But Super Useful VLC Features!
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#143 extensions for pimping out VLC Player
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#152 Extensions To Make VLC Player Remember Movie (Video) Position
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#16Use VLC to Convert Audio/Video Files Into Other Media Extensions
This video shows you that you can convert mp4, mp3, flv, ogg, wav, mov, avi and many other formats using VLC Media Player.
#17[TUTORIAL] How to Install VLC Extensions on Linux
The VLC player allows you to install extensions, plugins and skins without the need of the Debian, Ubuntu, Arch or Fedora package managers. Learn how to do it in this tutorial.