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Old 7th October 2007, 15:12   #681  |  Link
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you can think to create a completely portable version of it now...and distribute it in a general-build zip archive (without the installation process), didn't you?
Well, the purpose of my little project is to provide an "all-in-one" installer. If you don't want to use an installer, simply grab the latest SMPlayer (as 7z archive) from official site and get and up-to-date MPlayer.exe from one of the sites that provide pre-compiled binaries (Celtic Druid, Gianluigi Tiesi, CCCP)...
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You need to do something with this:
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31.	RealPlayer 11.0.0.181 Beta	92814
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Personally I don't understand, how can somebody use RealPlayer....

Then I have one question regarding MPlayer: Is it possible to vertically adjust DVD subtitles. I'm afraid not, but I'm asking anyway. Also there is a bug in subtitle rendering I mentioned here. Do you know if anybody's aware of it? I know I should rather ask at MPlayer's forum, but I hope somebody here might know it too.
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MPlayer for Windows (2007-10-10)
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* MPlayer binaries updated to v1.0rc2 (SVN-r24722)
* SMPlayer updated to v0.5.60+SVN-r158
* Binary Codec Package updated to (2007-10-07)
* AutoUpdate tool improved
Note that you cannot use the AutoUpdater this time, so please manually download the installer...
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MPlayer for Windows (2007-10-11)
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* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r24762-4.2.1
* SMPlayer updated to v0.5.61 (SVN-r159)
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Old 19th October 2007, 06:17   #685  |  Link
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The light package doesn't seem to include smplayer. The mpui included in the your package re centers on the screen every time a video file repeats or another file in the queue is started compared to the default mpui which stays in the place on the screen it is moved to when a file repeats e.t.c.
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New DVDs - a problem for (s)mplayer?

Hi there.

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question regarding css

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Ok, noone.

Then just thanks for a great softwarepackage.

regards/MfG, Clobon

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Also because of MPUI is portable yet and SMPlayer is become portable (now save settings in a ini file), you can think to create a completely portable version of it now...and distribute it in a general-build zip archive (without the installation process), didn't you?
Very good software!
If you don't care for an installer, I zipped up the 2007-10-11 Generic build:
http://www.mediafire.com/?bdnu9vyenzy
http://www.zshare.net/download/4312986fba833d/
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The light package doesn't seem to include smplayer. The mpui included in the your package re centers on the screen every time a video file repeats or another file in the queue is started compared to the default mpui which stays in the place on the screen it is moved to when a file repeats e.t.c.
That's correct.
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fontconfig appears to have been disabled in this build, where it was enabled in the previous ones. May I ask why?
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Old 25th October 2007, 21:16   #690  |  Link
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fontconfig appears to have been disabled in this build, where it was enabled in the previous ones. May I ask why?
This time I used the builds kindly provided by Gianluigi "Sherpya" Tiesi:
http://oss.netfarm.it/mplayer-win32.php
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It looks very nice! Download to try.
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MPlayer for Windows (2007-11-02)

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* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r24930
* SMPlayer updated to Version 0.5.61+SVN-r348
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Thanks for the update
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MPlayer for Windows (2007-11-18)

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* MPlayer binaries updated to SVN-r25088
* SMPlayer updated to Version 0.5.62 (SVN-r418)
* QT Runtime Libs updated to Version 4.3.2
* NSIS updated to Version 2.33
Note: Due to a bug in the QT Framework, SMPlayer currently doesn't open files with a name starting with a ' character.
This problem applies to the command-line only. Opening such files via File -> Open or via Drag & Drop does work.
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Old 18th November 2007, 17:11   #695  |  Link
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SMplayer

SMplayer is very good, big progress, much, much better than MPUI.
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Is it possible to use CoreAVC instead of FFmpeg with MPlayer/MPUI? (I'm using Celtic Druid's latest MPlayer build and MPUI 1.1.10.) And does it make sense?
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Is it possible to use CoreAVC instead of FFmpeg with MPlayer/MPUI? (I'm using Celtic Druid's latest MPlayer build and MPUI 1.1.10.) And does it make sense?
There already is a working OpenSource (free) H.264 Decoder in ffmpeg/libavcodec, so the MPlayer Team will definitely stay with that one and will not put any effort in supporting a proprietary H.264 Decoder, such as CoreAVC, in their program. In terms of quality there is absolutely no need to use CoreAVC, because every (properly implemented) H.264 Decoder will produce 100% pixel-identical output! In terms of performance CoreAVC still might be the preferred choice, at least when we talk about pure software H.264 Decoders. But ffmpeg/libavcodec is on the way! There now is multi-threading support for sliced H.264 streams in the ffmpeg/libavcodec decoder. Multi-threading support for H.264 streams without slices (as produced by recent x264 encoder) is not in the official SVN yet, but there already is an experimental patch available. No idea when this will be ready for release, so be patient!

As far as I know there is an unofficial MPlayer patch for CoreAVC support, but I never tested it (nor am I interested in doing so). I'm sure this patch will not make it into the official SVN and it will be useless as soon as the ffmpeg/libavcodec H.264 decoder gets "real" multi-threading support. Furthermore you would need to buy CoreAVC to use that MPlayer patch!

Last but not least performance only matters when it comes to HD material. For regular SD material an up-to-date PC has far enough CPU power for smooth playback, even when using the ffmpeg/libavcodec H.264 decoders! In case you need maximum performance for HD H.264 videos, you might be far better off with a Hardware H.264 decoder (DXVA), instead of a pure software decoder. Neither ffmpeg/libavcodec nor CoreAVC support that (although it was announced for CoreAVC a long time ago), but I think Cyberlink's H.264 decoder does...
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@ temproh: rvm described a method: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1021553
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@ temproh: rvm described a method: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1021553
But keep in mind that you still have to buy CoreAVC in order to get the CoreAVCDecoder.ax ...
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jup, or alternatively you luckily have the (old) test version ... (but I didn't try out if it works yet)
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