Release Notes: This is the last release in the stable 1.x series, including the fixes and enhancements from 1.5y.
Release Notes: HDTV support with X.org inclusion. Ported to the x86_64 architecture. Audio visualization support.
Release Notes: A massive upgrade was made to MPlayer. New OSD menu features and support for NDISwrapper were added. New DVB cards are supported.
Release Notes: The old IDE driver was restored. A few VESA fixes were made. ALSA was upgraded. NetStreams handling was improved.
Release Notes: MPlayer 1.0pre8, support for DVD menus, and network streams playback through SHOUTcast WebRadios/WebTVs and RTP/RTSP servers. Many bugfixes. Better support for more audio and video cards, LCD displays, PC cards, etc.
Release Notes: Support for DVB cards. The ability to browse UPnP A/V media servers. A firmware autoloader. Linux 2.6.14 and uClibc 0.9.28.
Release Notes: Support for the PowerPC (MAC) architecture, Linux 184.108.40.206, MPlayer 1.0pre7, CPU frequency scaling, support for CX88 based TV chipsets, and a new FLTK generator for Win32 and Linux.
Release Notes: This release uses Linux 2.6.9 and MPlayer 1.0pre6. It has support for post-processing, a 24 bit display, increased VESA compliance, WiFi drivers for RaLink rt25xx chipsets, better menu font and subtitle font handling, a complete rewrite of the installator, and a complete rewrite of the build toolkit.
Release Notes: This release switches MPlayer to 1.0pre5, has better WiFi support and drivers for RT2400 and ACX100 chipsets, adds control through joysticks, support for SPDIF output, software decoding of DTS audio streams, a chapter selector for DVDs and Matroska files, fixes the TV-Out problem with nVidia cards, and adds support for external USB SmartMedia and CompactFlash card readers.
Release Notes: This release uses MPlayer 1.0pre4. It has support for DXR3cards, PCI and USB WiFi network adapters, Serial ATA disks, Gigabit ethernet cards, and BT8x8 and Saa73134 cards (Composite and S-VHS inputs and TV tuners). It has support for audio/video streaming. There is a telnet server for remote access. It supports VidiX for EPIA-M, ATI Radeon 9xxx, and nVidia cards. An image viewer (FBI) has been added with support for BMP, GIF, JPEG, PCD, PNG, PNM, and PPM formats.