The latest version of VLC, 3.0.12, brings some important improvements for macOS users. Especially those who have an M1-powered Mac, as this is the first version of the video player to natively support Apple silicon.
Note that after updating to v3.0.12 you will still have the x86 app. You have to press Check for Updates from the menu again, then you will be shown v188.8.131.52, which is the actual ARM version of the app.
Even if you have an Intel-based Mac, you should download this update as it fixes the audio distortion issues that occurred on macOS. It also has some UI improvements for Big Sur.
VLC 184.108.40.206 gets native support for running on the Apple M1 chip (image credit)
Mac aside, the latest VLC adds support for RIST protocol, improves the way adaptive streaming resolution settings are handled, updates YouTube and Vocaroo scripts, tweaks the web interface, and fixes several security issues. Also, crashes with Direct3D video filters have been fixed.
- According to this source VLC update offers native support for Macs with M1, fixes macOS audio issues
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