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da133 10.81%
9f9b1 27.03%
cb322 2.70%
6ab58 21.62%
04be9 2.70%
25840 8.11%
8bcef 5.41%
04bcb 8.11%
57685 5.41%
2d8cd 2.70%
b799c 2.70%
b9dfa 2.70%
(Note, the developer publishes each variation of this file with the same version, but the hashes are unique.)

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Import table
kernel32.dll
DeleteCriticalSection, EnterCriticalSection, FormatMessageW, FreeLibrary, GetFileAttributesA, GetLastError, GetModuleHandleA, GetProcAddress, InitializeCriticalSection, InterlockedExchange, IsDBCSLeadByteEx, LeaveCriticalSection, LoadLibraryW, MultiByteToWideChar, Sleep, VirtualProtect, VirtualQuery, WideCharToMultiByte, GetCurrentProcess, GetCurrentProcessId, GetCurrentThreadId, GetSystemTimeAsFileTime, GetTickCount, QueryPerformanceCounter, SetUnhandledExceptionFilter, TerminateProcess, TlsGetValue, UnhandledExceptionFilter, CloseHandle, CreateMutexA, DuplicateHandle, GetCurrentThread, GetModuleFileNameW, GetModuleHandleExA, QueryPerformanceFrequency, ReleaseMutex, SetThreadAffinityMask, TlsAlloc, TlsSetValue, WaitForSingleObject
libvlccore.dll
block_Alloc, demux_GetParentInput, dialog_VFatal, input_Control, mdate, stream_Delete, stream_DemuxNew, stream_DemuxSend, subpicture_New, subpicture_region_ChainDelete, subpicture_region_Delete, subpicture_region_New, text_style_Copy, var_AddCallback, var_DelCallback, var_Inherit, video_format_Setup, vlc_Log, vlc_gc_init, vlc_gettext, vlc_hold, vlc_meta_AddExtra, vlc_meta_Set, vlc_mutex_destroy, vlc_mutex_lock, vlc_mutex_unlock, vlc_object_release, vlc_release, vout_PutSubpicture, vout_RegisterSubpictureChannel, vlc_mutex_init, es_format_Clean, es_format_Copy, vlc_path2uri
msvcrt.dll
DllMain
Export table
vlc_entry__1_2_0l
vlc_entry__2_1_0a
vlc_entry_copyright__1_2_0l
vlc_entry_copyright__2_1_0a
vlc_entry_license__1_2_0l
vlc_entry_license__2_1_0a

liblibbluray_plugin.dll

Remove liblibbluray_plugin.dll
MD5:   b799cdaeffc58dff38f1bf219881e300
SHA1:   462c09638214cedc85fefe0fdbd4f5ac4afa1b29

What is liblibbluray_plugin.dll?

liblibbluray_plugin.dll is a CODEC plugin for the VLC media player which is a cross-platform media player and streaming media server written by the VideoLAN project. VLC media player supports many audio and video compression methods and file formats, including DVD-video, video CD and streaming protocols. It is able to stream over computer network and to transcode multimedia files. VLC has a modular design which makes it easier to include modules/plugins.

Overview

liblibbluray_plugin.dll is loaded as dynamic link library that runs in the context of a process. This is typically installed with the program VLC media player 2.0.1 published by VideoLAN Team.

DetailsDetails

File name:liblibbluray_plugin.dll
Typical file path:C:\Program Files\videolan\vlc\plugins\access\liblibbluray_plugin.dll
Size:1.93 MB (2,021,395 bytes)
Build date:4/10/1999 6:23 AM
Digital DNA
PE subsystem:Windows Console
File packed:No
Code language:Microsoft Visual C++
.NET CLR:No
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VideoLAN Team
6% remove
VLC is a portable multimedia player, encoder, and streamer supporting many audio and video codecs and file formats as well as DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols. It is able to stream over networks and to transcode multimedia files and save them into various formats. VideoLAN is a project that develops software for playing video and other media formats across a local area network (LAN). It originally developed two programs for m...

Windows OS versionsDistribution by Windows OS

OS versiondistribution
Windows 7 Ultimate 32.43%
Windows 8 13.51%
Windows Vista Home Premium 10.81%
Windows 7 Home Premium 8.11%
Microsoft Windows XP 5.41%
Windows Vista Ultimate 5.41%
Windows 8 Pro 5.41%
Windows 8 Pro with Media Center 5.41%
Windows 8.1 N 2.70%
Windows 8.1 2.70%
Windows 7 Home Basic 2.70%
Windows 7 Professional 2.70%
Windows 8 Release Preview 2.70%

Distribution by countryDistribution by country

United States installs about 18.92% of liblibbluray_plugin.dll.

OEM distributionDistribution by PC manufacturer

PC Manufacturerdistribution
Dell 40.00%
Hewlett-Packard 20.00%
Toshiba 13.33%
ASUS 13.33%
Acer 10.00%
Samsung 3.33%
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