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Video LAN is now publishing the VLC 3.0.5 release, a new minor release of the 3.0 branch.

This release notably improves the mac OS mojave support, adds a new AV1 decoder and fixes numerous issues with hardware acceleration on Windows. Video LAN is publishing the VLC 3.0.4 release, a new minor release of the 3.0 branch.

The event will start on Friday the 2nd of September with 3 shared days of talks, workshops, meetups and coding sessions.

The current plan is to have a Call for Papers in March with the Program announced in early June.

This release brings hardware encoding and Chrome Cast on those 2 mobile platforms.

Video LAN Dev Days 2016 will be organised as part of Qt Con in Berlin.

Additionally, it includes the following fixes, which are part of 2.2.7: This release fixes compatibility with mac OS High Sierra and fixes SSA subtitles rendering on mac OS.

This release also fixes a few security issues, in the flac and the libavcodec modules (heap write overflow), in the avi module and a few crashes.

More than 150 bugs were fixed since the 3.0.0 release. Video LAN and the VLC development team are releasing VLC 3.0.1, the first bugfix release of the "Vetinari" branch, for Linux, Windows and mac OS.

This version improves the chromecast support, hardware decoding, adaptive streaming, and fixes many bugs or crashes encountered in the 3.0.0 version.

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