VideoLAN has released yet another maintenance release for its stable VLC 2.1 series, which contains mostly bug fixes but also some updated translations. VLC 2.1.3 is now available for download on Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X operating systems.
VLC 2.1.3 is here to fix the broken behavior with SOCKSv5 proxies, fix integer overflow on error when vlc_readdir is used, fix DVB-T2 tuning on Linux systems, repair encrypted DVD playback, fix v4l2 frequency conversion, and fix numerous problems with VC1 interlaced, M2TS, Lagarith, Xvid, FFv1.3 by updating codec libraries.
Moreover, VLC Media Player 2.1.3 repairs various Opus crashes with some filters, avoids an infinite recursion when parsing MKV tags, repairs a problem with various Vobsub tracks, fixes missing samples at the end of various WAV files, and fixes divide by 0 issues when parsing ASF and WMV files.
The new build also fixes the transform off-by-one problem, repairs the disabling of the Windows screensaver outputs, fixes DirectDraw multi-display output and device enumeration, and repairs a possible crash when watching a movie with VLC and playing a fullscreen game at the same.
Last but not least, this third maintenance release of VLC 2.1.3 fixes 24-bit audio MTU alignment in RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol), fixes record file names, fixes a minimal size issue on start for the Qt interface, as well as two crashes, one related to the simple volume widget, and the other one to the audio menu building.
The following translations have been updated: Romanian, Bulgarian, Czech, Catalan, Danish, Modern Greek, German, Spanish, Finnish, Basque, French, Galician, Scottish Gaelic, Hebrew, Italian, Hungarian, Japanese, Malay, Korean, Norwegian Bokmal, Dutch, Nepali, Polish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Sinhala, Russian, Slovak, Swedish, Slovenian, Telugu, Turkish, Thai, Simplified Chinese, and Ukrainian.