*. Enhance video and audios with various filters.
*. Add/Change brightness/hue... easily.
*. Powerful built-in Equalizer.
*. Heck... it even has the ability to encode videos/audios as well.
*. Web casting support.
*. Play online video channels.
*. Build albums and manage playlists easily... are just a very few of its main features to name.
So, let's cut the cra* and let me humble tell you how to install VLC player in Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal. Now there are two ways that you can do this. First is using the "Software Center" which lets you do this graphically. In that case, from the top left corner, in the search box on the panel, just enter the following name - "ubuntu software center".
After the software center is open, just search for "vlc" and simply follow the instructions on the screen.
But if that looks like a bit of a work :P, then you can easily install VLC in Ubuntu by issuing the below command in your Terminal.
sudo apt-get install vlc vlc-plugin-pulse mozilla-plugin-vlcThat's it. Enjoy!.