So the whole world has made the jump from black and white to color, and now we have higher and higher resolutions, moving from Standard Definition to High Definition, and for notebooks, tablets, and smartphones, a new standard has emerged – Retina Display level sharpness, thanks to Apple for kicking off this apparent feature that has gotten everyone talking. Software needs to be re-written and modified to accommodate this higher resolution, and we are proud to say that VLC 2.0.2, one of the more popular video players on the Mac, PC and Android platforms, was recently updated so that it can play nice with the MacBook Pro’s Retina Display.
This app has also gone one step further with the update, where the application can view the 4K video in addition to deliver a more crisp viewing experience whenever your VLC window is scaled down. Last but not least, VLC has done away with the font cache so that faster loading times are achieved while your continue loading your entire shebang of fonts.
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