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Old 15th June 2008, 14:56   #1  |  Link
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MPlayer for Windows (2019-10-15)

I've just put together a package of "MPlayer for Windows".

The "all-in-one" installer includes everything you'll need in a self-contained download (MPlayer binaries + SMPlayer/MPUI front-end + Codecs).

Thought I can share this, as it might be useful for others too...


Download:
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MPlayer on Win32 | MPlayer SVN | SMPlayer | Install Script







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Warning: I recently got report that some antivirus programs (Kasperski in particular) prevent the installer from working properly!
So even if your antivirus software does not display any alerts, it still may be the reason for the installer to fail.
In that case you'll need to disable your antivirus software before installing, until they (the antivirus team) have fixed the problem.
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MPlayer for Windows
Packaged and maintained by LoRd_MuldeR
http://muldersoft.com/

Last Update: 2018-03-03 (Build #136)


1. Package Contents
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* MPlayer on Win32 by Sherpya, SVN-r38018 (2018-02-25)
* SMPlayer front-end by RVM, v18.2.2 (SVN-r8937)
* MPUI front-end by Martin Fiedler, v1.2-pre3 (Build 38)
* Binary Codecs for MPlayer (2011-01-31)
* Installer created with Unicode NSIS, v2.51



2. Acknowledgment
-----------------

MPlayer was created by The MPlayer Project <http://www.mplayerhq.hu/>.
This package contains software by Ricardo Villalba and Martin J. Fiedler.
Special thanks to Gianluigi Tiesi for the Win32 builds of MPlayer.

MPlayer for Windows is free software. Don't pay to download or use it!
We are NOT affiliated with any third-party sites offering payed downloads.
You may consider donating to the MPlayer Project though.


3. Anti-Virus Warning
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Occasionally your Antivirus program may mistakenly detect "malware"
(virus, trojan, worm, etc.) in some of the files here. This is called a
"false-positive" and the files are actually innocent/clean. Its an
error in your specific Antivirus software.

In case you encounter such problems, goto http://www.virustotal.com/
and check the file again with multiple Antivirus engines! And take care
with results like "suspicious" , "generic" or "packed". Those are *not*
real hits, they are just wild speculation.

Apparently Antivirus programs tend to suspect installers/uninstaller
created with NSIS. Furthermore some Antivirus programs blindly suspect
all UPXd (packed) executables of being malware. Obviously this is a
stupid generalization, so please ignore those warnings!

Last but not least: Always keep in mind that this is OpenSource
software! If you dont trust the people providing the pre-compiled
binaries, download the source codes and compile them yourself.

DONT SUBMIT ANY VIRUS/TROJAN REPORTS, UNLESS YOU HAVE VERIFIED THE
INFECTION WITH MULTIPLE ANTIVIRUS ENGNINES. THANKS!


4. License
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MPlayer for Windows (Installer)
Copyright (C) 2004-2018 LoRd_MuldeR <mulder2@gmx.de>

MPlayer - The Movie Player
Copyright (C) 2000-2018 The MPlayer Team <http://www.mplayerhq.hu/>

SMPlayer - GUI front-end for MPlayer
Copyright (C) 2006-2018 Ricardo Villalba <rvm@users.sf.net>

MPUI - MPlayer for Windows
Copyright (C) 2005 Martin J. Fiedler

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.

http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.txt


5. Copyright
------------

MPlayer was originally written by rpd Gereffy and has been extended and
worked on by many more since then, see the AUTHORS file for an (incomplete)
list. You are free to use it under the terms of the GNU General Public License,
as described in the LICENSE file.

MPlayer as a whole is copyrighted by the MPlayer team. Individual copyright
notices can be found in the file headers. Furthermore, MPlayer includes code
from several external sources:


6. Version History
------------------

[2018-08-08]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r38018
* SMPlayer updated to version v18.2.2 (SVN-r8937)
* Some installer improvements

[2016-12-11]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37905
* SMPlayer updated to version v16.11.0 (SVN-r8243)
* Now shipping Qt5 Runtime Libs (v5.6.0)

[2016-05-04]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37853
* SMPlayer updated to version v16.4.0 (SVN-r7558)
* OpenSSL libraries updated to v1.0.2-h

[2016-02-27]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37802
* SMPlayer updated to version v16.1.0 (SVN-r7439)
* OpenSSL libraries updated to v1.0.2-f

[2016-02-10]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37653
* SMPlayer updated to version v16.1.0 (SVN-r7318)
* NSIS updated to Version 2.50-0

[2015-11-07]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37451
* SMPlayer updated to version v15.9.0 (SVN-r7212)
* Various installer improvements/fixes
* Revamped auto-update tool
* Qt Runtime Libs updated to Version 4.8.7

[2015-02-06]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37368
* SMPlayer updated to version v14.9.0 (SVN-r6719)

[2014-09-29]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37260
* SMPlayer updated to version v14.9.0 (SVN-r6406)

[2014-07-27]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37242
* SMPlayer updated to version v14.3.0 (SVN-r6270)
* Qt Runtime Libs updated to Version 4.8.6

[2014-05-16]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37199
* This update contains a bugfix for DVD playing

[2014-05-05]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r37182
* SMPlayer updated to version v14.3.0 (SVN-r6219)

[2014-02-12]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r36816
* SMPlayer updated to version v0.8.6 (SVN-r6023)

[2014-01-13]
* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r36573
* SMPlayer updated to version v0.8.6 (SVN-r5971)
* The WMV playback issues should be fixed now


7. Web Links
------------

MPlayer - The Movie Player:
http://www.mplayerhq.hu/

MPlayer binaries for Win32:
http://oss.netfarm.it/mplayer-win32.php

SMPlayer front-end for MPlayer:
http://smplayer.sourceforge.net/

MPUI front-end for MPlayer:
http://mpui.sourceforge.net/

Doom9's Forum - Discussion on Multimedia Technology:
http://forum.doom9.org/


8. Help and Support
-------------------

For MPlayer usage questions, feature requests and bug reports use the mailing list:
http://lists.mplayerhq.hu/mailman/li.../mplayer-users

SMPlayer bug reports and feature requests belong to:
http://smplayer.sourceforge.net/forum/

For feedback about this packge, please visit the thread at Doom9's Forum:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=138725


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Not to be disrespectful or anything like that, but I was wondering:

What seperates this player from other players available?
What is better?
Why is it not the 13th one in a dozen?
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Not to be disrespectful or anything like that, but I was wondering:

What seperates this player from other players available?
What is better?
Why is it not the 13th one in a dozen?
1. OpenSource Software
2. Cross-Platform: Windows, Linux, MacOS
4. More than 192 Video- and 85 Audioformats supported natively (that is: without additional software)
5. 100% Stand-Alone: No Plugins, Filters, Codecs or whatever needed
6. Several Front-Ends available: SMPlayer, MPUI and many more. Plus you can easily create your own!
7. No dependency on DirectShow or other proprietary technologies (huge difference to most players on Windows)
8. Several video renderers supported (Overlay and OpenGL on Windows)
9. Good playback performance

Need some more?
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* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r27081
* Uninstaller bugfix (reported by Guti)
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* Uninstaller bugfix (reported by Guti)
Little late for me *GRRR* but thanks for fixing that>_<

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Is there a specific reason you opened a new thread for that? After all, your releases are quite regular (cheers for that! ). Anything different on this release? Major changes or version?
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Is there a specific reason you opened a new thread for that? After all, your releases are quite regular (cheers for that! ). Anything different on this release? Major changes or version?
Yes, there is a specific reason:

The thread was older than two years, I lost ownership and couldn't rename the thread title any more
So the mod (foxyshadis) suggested creating a new thread and close the old one...

Sharktooth ran into the same problem recently: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=138726
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K. I was hoping there was something radically new
Thx again for your frequent updates of mplayer and avidemux
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This definitely doesn't happen here. Maybe a bug in NSIS or UMUI ???
Previous version also got crash, I just forgot to report it immediately, a day later I think next version may be it'll be fixed, but I still got crash ... until I install with default.

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Also SMPlayer fail to remove association of filetype.
Maybe a SMPlayer problem or an incompatibility to my own FileAssoc code...
It's easy to try, just start SMPlayer and go to file associate, click remove and then apply, all association will be back again ... click OK then check again got same result, that mean it's not working, but the installer really work fine and change all my associations.

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BTW: If you attach images, I cannot see them (unless a mod approves your attachment). If you use Imageshack everybody can see them immediately
Sorry. I've forgot attachment in THIS forum need to approve, next time I'll use my hosting instead.
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Previous version also got crash, I just forgot to report it immediately, a day later I think next version may be it'll be fixed, but I still got crash ... until I install with default.
Obviously it crashes in one specific plugin: NSISArray.dll
Since I'm neither the author of that plugin nor do I call the plugin explicitly in my install script, there's not much I can do about it
Most probably that's a bug in NSIS, in the NSISArray plugin or in UMUI.

It's hard to tell, since the crash is not reproducible on my machine. And I got no other reports so far...

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It's easy to try, just start SMPlayer and go to file associate, click remove and then apply, all association will be back again ... click OK then check again got same result, that mean it's not working, but the installer really work fine and change all my associations.
Well, I only wrote the "File Association" code for my installer. Some of that code was ported into SMPlayer, but later it was modified again.
So I'm not sure how well my association code works together with SMPlayer's now. I'll give it a look when I have some time...
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Most probably that's a bug in NSIS, in the NSISArray plugin or in UMUI.

It's hard to tell, since the crash is not reproducible on my machine. And I got no other reports so far...
If you have no problem, then let it be
It's not a major problem, just causing minor troubles and I can solve it.
Maybe you can consider provide ZIP packages for people like me, then I can just overwrite the changed files.

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Well, I only wrote the "File Association" code for my installer. Some of that code was ported into SMPlayer, but later it was modified again.
So I'm not sure how well my association code works together with SMPlayer's now. I'll give it a look when I have some time...
That's means you code solid, they work fine
If it's out of your reach then just leave it alone, again ... minor nuisance only.

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* SMPlayer updated to Version 0.6.1 (SVN-r1505)
* Installer improvements
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Hi, first off, I appreciate all your work with MPlayer for Windows. I first learned of this great package via MajorGeeks.com sometime in November 2007. I love this package for all the reasons you stated in link #3 of this thread. Here is my issue (of course) that I can't believe nobody else has come across apparently, seeing as I have read all the posts of the 1st thread (which is now closed) after 05-27-2008.
Two different machines:
Machine 1) 700 MHz PIII, 256 MB RAM, Intel 810 Onboard Video AGP 2x (cough) running PIII optimization.
Machine 2) 2000 MHz AthlonXP, 1024 MB RAM, ATI Radeon 9550 Video AGP 8x running AMD optimization.
Fresh installs of WinXP SP3 on both machines.
The issue is that "certain" "older" asfs/wmvs (encoded with WMV1 & WMA2 according to G-Spot) immediately (or shortly thereafter) crash MPlayer ever since MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r26874 and newer, ie since 05-27-2008, where there has been a flurry of activity regarding MPlayer binaries.
Both MPUI & SMPlayer log output is virtually identical on both machines with the following run on machine 1...
MPUI Log Output:
C:\WINDOWS\Fonts\Arial.ttf -priority abovenormal -ao dsound:device=0
-sws 9 -af volnorm=2 "C:\Downloads\Evanescence - My Immortal.wmv"

MPlayer Sherpya-SVN-r27081-4.2.3 (C) 2000-2008 MPlayer Team
CPU: Intel Celeron 2/Pentium III Coppermine,Geyserville (Family: 6, Model: 8, Stepping: 3)
CPUflags: MMX: 1 MMX2: 1 3DNow: 0 3DNow2: 0 SSE: 1 SSE2: 0
Compiled for x86 CPU with extensions: MMX MMX2 SSE
Setting process priority: abovenormal
C:\WINDOWS\Fonts\Arial.ttf doesn't look like a bitmap font description, ignoring.
Cannot load bitmap font: C:\WINDOWS\Fonts\Arial.ttf

Playing C:\Downloads\Evanescence - My Immortal.wmv.
ASF file format detected.
ID_AUDIO_ID=1
[asfheader] Audio stream found, -aid 1
ID_VIDEO_ID=2
[asfheader] Video stream found, -vid 2
Assertion failed: len2 > 0 && len2 <= asf->packetsize, file libmpdemux/demux_asf.c, line 505

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the application's support team for more information.


MPlayer interrupted by signal 22 in module: demux_open
ID_SIGNAL=22
- MPlayer crashed. This shouldn't happen.
It can be a bug in the MPlayer code _or_ in your drivers _or_ in your
gcc version. If you think it's MPlayer's fault, please read
DOCS/HTML/en/bugreports.html and follow the instructions there. We can't and
won't help unless you provide this information when reporting a possible bug.

SMPlayer Log Output:
C:/Program Files/Multimedia Apps/SMPlayer/MPlayer.exe -noquiet -nofs -sub-fuzziness 1 -identify -slave -vo directx -ao dsound -zoom -nokeepaspect -priority abovenormal -framedrop -wid 393650 -colorkey 0x020202 -monitorpixelaspect 1 -ass -embeddedfonts -ass-color ffff0000 -ass-border-color 00000000 -subfont-autoscale 1 -ass-font-scale 1 -subcp ISO-8859-1 -subpos 100 -volume 100 -nocache -osdlevel 1 -vf-add screenshot -af volnorm=2 -sws 9 C:\DOWNLO~1\EVANES~1.WMV

MPlayer Sherpya-SVN-r27081-4.2.3 (C) 2000-2008 MPlayer Team
CPU: Intel Celeron 2/Pentium III Coppermine,Geyserville (Family: 6, Model: 8, Stepping: 3)
CPUflags: MMX: 1 MMX2: 1 3DNow: 0 3DNow2: 0 SSE: 1 SSE2: 0
Compiled for x86 CPU with extensions: MMX MMX2 SSE
Setting process priority: abovenormal

Playing C:\DOWNLO~1\EVANES~1.WMV.
ASF file format detected.
ID_AUDIO_ID=1
[asfheader] Audio stream found, -aid 1
ID_VIDEO_ID=2
[asfheader] Video stream found, -vid 2
Assertion failed: len2 > 0 && len2 <= asf->packetsize, file libmpdemux/demux_asf.c, line 505

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the application's support team for more information.


MPlayer interrupted by signal 22 in module: demux_open
ID_SIGNAL=22
- MPlayer crashed. This shouldn't happen.
It can be a bug in the MPlayer code _or_ in your drivers _or_ in your
gcc version. If you think it's MPlayer's fault, please read
DOCS/HTML/en/bugreports.html and follow the instructions there. We can't and
won't help unless you provide this information when reporting a possible bug.

Here is a downloadable link to the above file (~12MB)...

http://www.mediafire.com/?89yxddntzgz

This file plays perfectly with WMP9, MPC-2008-06-12, VLC 0.8.6H and of course Mplayer for Windows prior to 2008-05-27. Even if I set ao & vo = null, I get the same error message. I realize that this is probably an MPlayer issue and that you are not said developer, I was just wondering if you had any suggestions, or for that matter, is it just me and indeed this this is NOT reproducible by anyone else and I must be on drugs!

Thanks for your time & patience on my ramblings,
Stuck with 05-13-2008 (build 16).
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Please use [CODE] tags to post your logs. Or even better use pastebin. Otherwise your post is terrible to read

I can reproduce your probem, apparently it's a bug in the ASF parser:
http://pastebin.org/46757

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Assertion failed: len2 > 0 && len2 <= asf->packetsize, file libmpdemux/demux_asf.c, line 505
You'll have to report that on the MPlayer mailing list or you must hope Reimar will read it here...

BTW: You can update to the latest build and then downgrade your MPlayer.exe to the latest "working" revision easily:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...kage_id=248631


[EDIT]

Your WMV files plays fine with the latest revision of MPlayer, but you must enforce the "libavformat" demuxer instead of the default ASF demuxer:
http://pastebin.org/46760

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Wow, that was fast...

Thanks for your suggestions on proper posting, my only defense... I'm an ignorant noob, I will certainly check out pastebin!
Thanks for your verification of my issue, and the tip on downgrading MPlayer.exe, I will probably be implementing this.
Let's see how many rules I can break reporting this to the MPlayer mailing list :-(

Once again, thanks for your timely & informative response.

[EDIT]
Whoa, I couldn't even respond fast enough to your reply before I found out that apparently I can have cake and eat it also.
What can I say, except now I won't have to bother anybody else?
Thanx
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Wow, that was fast...
Thanks for your suggestions on proper posting, my only defense... I'm an ignorant noob, I will certainly check out pastebin!
You can still edit your previous post

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Whoa, I couldn't even respond fast enough to your reply before I found out that apparently I can have cake and eat it also.
What can I say, except now I won't have to bother anybody else?
Well, the bug in MPlayer's ASF parser should still be reported, investigated and fixed.
Using the "lavf" demuxer is only a temporary workaround...
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Hmmm...
This "temporary workaround" has "magically solved" the only other real issue I have had since I started using your package in November 2007 (it involves the avi demuxer). I understand it is my duty to report what I have found for the sake of bettering MPlayer for everyone. This has essentially opened a new door for me, but now I need to do some investigating so that I can present by observations in a logical, concise & accepted manner. Once again,
Thanx
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The problem is: Forcing the demuxer to "libavformat" won't work with all file types. You will have to toggle it on and off, depending on what kind of file you want to play!
So I don't think this can be called "magically solved", it really isn't more than a workaround. I personally don't use any WMV files, so it's not an issue for me...
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* SMPlayer updated to Version 0.6.1 (SVN-r1515)
* Installer improvements
This apparently fixes the problem mentioned in this thread.
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There was of course no way of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment.
How often, or on what system, the Thought Police plugged in on any individual wire was guesswork.


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