The VLC player is an open source player that supports ARMV7 processors, and the team has been raising money on Kickstarter, with the goal of developing a Win8 version of the VLC player. Recently, the team on its Kickstarter on the home page, said Win8 version VLC is about to complete development.
The developers of the WIN8 version of the VLC player said in their project update log that they had made great strides, but there was still a lot of work to be done before it was officially released. When the team put the WIN8 version of the VLC player on the Kickstarter, their target was 40,000 dollars (about 248,000 yuan), and the project eventually attracted more than 3,000 supporters and successfully completed the fund-raising target within a set time.
Meanwhile, they posted a screenshot of the Win8 version of the VLC player in the update log, so let's take a look at:
From the screenshot, this player and Windows 8 style is very consistent, give a simple and able to feel. In earlier versions, there were many symbols in the player that were prohibited in Metro/modern mode, and according to recent updates, developers said they had changed 90% of them.
Although the development of the WIN8 version of the VLC player has come to an end, the team has not announced a specific release date. After the Win8 version of the VLC player is on the shelves in the Windows store, the team will continue to develop Windows RT and Windows Phone version 8 VLC player.