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Every application in the Android Market has it's developer listed, and as you can see, none of the VLC-named applications are actually developed by VLC. Though all of the VLC applications are simply remotes for VLC running on the computer, so none of them will do what you want anyway.
What I like about this app is MX has a feature called HW decoding which allows you to play large resolution files. I've put a video file of 720x480 and MX auto selects HW decoding and it plays the video and audio without syncing issues.
Second you can forward or rewind just by swiping your finger across the screen left or right and adjust volume by swiping finger up or down on the screen.
Third you can zoom in and out by pitching the screen.