MPlayer for Windows
( Open Source )
RequirementsMicrosoft Windows (All Versions)
Date addedJan 24, 2018
MPlayer for Windows Provides the binary Options MPlayer and MEncoder for Windows. It's not difficult to use, lightweight, and it's a tidy and interface that's discreet and runs virtually every video file which you may throw in it.
- Supports popular documents like AVI, MPEG, VOB, WMA, WMV, VIVI, OGG, OGM, ASF, MOV, MP4, and MKV.
- Borrows many output motorists like DirectFB, OpenGL, AAlib, fbdev, Xv, DGA, X11, SVGAlib.
- Borrows audio output devices such as Windows sound, Mac OS X sound, OSS.
In general, MPlayer for Windows is quite a useful little kit which just does the task. The interface is simple, simple and simple to use. It's well worth noting that this specific Mplayer for Windows construct does not have a tester, in order to use it you've got two choices; Just: extract the exact information of this 7-Zip archive file and run the app from the command prompt, or even ? B: configure a different GUI front end, for example SMPlayer.
Updated FFmpeg to git N-79784-gabb69a2
Updated libbluray to git fd0bd51
Updated libvpx to git 3d7e267