Ian Paul, writing for PCWorld: The easiest unfastened media participant is getting even higher. After 3 years of building, VLC 3.0 ‘Ventari’ is rolling out to all platforms, and it’s packed full of goodies such as Chromecast support. The newest version of VLC incorporates numerous nice additions, as neatly as a tweaked UI. Chromecast discovery tops the listing. It’s handiest to be had on Windows desktop and Android at this time, however Videolan says the characteristic’s coming to VLC’s iOS and the Windows Store apps in the long term. […] VLC 3.0’s refreshed UI is not a contemporary, new glance from earlier variations, however it’s noticeably other. The icons at the backside of the window are cleaner, and the small icons used inside of menu pieces also are new. Version 3.0 additionally provides beef up for 360-degree video and three-D audio, readying options for a VR model of VLC slated to roll out in mid-April. The new VLC additionally provides interpreting throughout all platforms for higher efficiency and much less CPU intake, particularly when coping with extra resource-intense video.