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VLC Media Player Gets Native Support For M1 Macs – We are Social Media

VLC 3.0.12 is here, with lots of goodies, including native support for Apple Silicon (M1 processor) Macs.
This week, VideoLAN announced a new VLC video player update that will make M1 Mac owners very happy. If you recently bought an Apple silicon MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or Mac mini VLC version 3.0.12 brings the app in line with Big Sur visuals.
The native update isn’t technically necessary, as Apple M1 Macs use Rosetta 2 which “translates” x86 software to run on Arm-powered machines. However, the…

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