AirPlay is a delightful protocol to stream audio for audiophiles; it favors audio quality over real-time output. This makes it great for music and worthless for anything that synchronizes video with the audio, like videos.

AirVLC compensated for this by playing the video in VLC and outputing the audio over AirPlay with the proper delay.

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Downloading AirVLC

If you’ve purchased a license to AirVLC before, you might be interested in downloading the latest version.

Download AirVLC

Remember that new licenses can’t be bought and support is limited.

Lots of updates

March 2016

VLC 2.1.3 fixes AirPlay trouble

February 2014

AirVLC v.1.1.1, still better with VLC 2.0.x

November 2013


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Stay in the zone

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Get a more subtle sense of what time it is. Reducing time pressure and distraction. Keeping you in the zone longer.

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Generate gorgeous, highly customizable images from your code snippets. Ready to save or share.

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Skips terrible music

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Denied saves your ears from Nickelback or any other band, song or album. It sees what you're playing and automatically skips songs that you dislike.

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Snaps videos to any corner

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Adds a picture-in-picture mode to VLC and QuickTime. Ideal for watching videos in the corner of your screen while you work on something else.

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Mutes internal speakers

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Relax automatically mutes your internal speakers and pauses music apps when you disconnect headphones.