Our VLC for Unity plugin allows you to use a LibVLC-powered video player in your games and Unity apps. Whether you need to support a strange format, live streaming or play a 4K video in your latest production, we got you covered.
Given that this plugin is using LibVLCSharp (which uses LibVLC), it exposes more or less the same feature set and same codecs support than VLC, such as:
Most things you can achieve with the regular VLC desktop app, you can also achieve using LibVLCSharp.
We are always working on adding more platform support.
Upon completing your purchase, you will receive secure download instructions by email from Paddle.
Here is what is included with your purchase:
The Unity Asset Store deprecated our assets for licensing reasons. We are currently working with Unity on getting the asset back on their store soon. The asset listed here is the same project and team than the one previously listed on the Unity Store.
We distribute the VLC for Unity assets through our own Store now, here on videolabs.io.
If you purchased the asset previously on the Unity Store, you can email us with your Unity invoice at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will provide you with access to the latest builds for the platform you already purchased.
The first best step is to create an issue on our gitlab issue tracker, using an issue template to help us reproduce. This will start the conversation on the issue and help assess its nature and complexity.
Videolabs provides a 14 days money back guarantee on all VLC for Unity purchases. Consider testing your use case using the Free Trial version below before making your purchase to make sure first. Please contact us at email@example.com
We offer a free trial version of the Unity plugin for download that you can try out before your purchase. The only difference from the Unity Store build is that it contains a videolabs.io watermark picture on the video frame. Other than this, you can try every feature of the plugin without any limitation!