VLC is by far the most popular and reliable open-source media player available on Linux. VLC can play audio and video files of many different codec and container formats, as well as stream over the network via HTTP, RTP, RTSP, MMS streaming protocols.
Install VLC on Debian, Ubuntu or Linux Mint
VLC is included in the base repositories of Debian-based system, so installing VLC is straightforward with apt-get.
Install VLC on Fedora
To install VLC on Fedora, first enable RPM Fusion repository, and then run:
Install VLC on CentOS
Install VLC on OpenSUSE
On OpenSUSE, you can install VLC with zypper after enabling 'VLC' repository as follows.
$ sudo zypper mr -r VLC
$ sudo zypper in vlc
The following is the screenshot of VLC media player.
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