From jjabba software division:
VLC RAR-Loader will let you play segmented rar-compressed movies using VLC without havning to extract them first.
VLC RAR-Loader is donationware which mean it is avalible free of charge. No registering, no timelimits, no hussel. We would however appreciate donations if you like this software and want to continue using it.
- Support both single and multi segmented rar-archives.
- Easy to install and use , (VLC RAR-Loder will atomatically locate your copy of VLC)
- Use it with; Drag-n-Drop, conventional open or as a droplet-launcher
- Pause playback at any time
- No registration, timelimits, demo constraints.
- Subtitle support
- Zip-file support (If someone ever needs that...)
What's new in this version:
- Compiled as an universal binary!
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