MplayerXP is branch of the well-known mplayer that is based on a new, thread-based core. The main goal of this project is to achieve smoothness of video playback due monotonous CPU loading.
|Tags||multimedia Video Display Sound/Audio Players|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows Cygwin|
Release Notes: This release enables a software scaler in x11 fullscreen mode, fixes xinerama moving positions, adds minor speedups, and fixes some configure-related problems and compilation with the latest gcc-4.4.x.
Release Notes: Significant acceleration of playback. Now the 64-bit version can scale 640x480 up to 2000x1500+ at 25 FPS in real-time without frame-dropping with the use of the non-accelerated '-vo x11' driver. The project has been migrated from CVS to SVN. Command-line arguments have been renamed to be more object-oriented. The internal architecture of the player has been redesigned. There is a new configure script. Some drivers have been modified, and new ones added. Some bugs and missing items have been fixed. Replacement of all inline ASM code with intrinsic technology called as pvector has begun.
Release Notes: Configuration and compilation under some platforms was fixed. Additional parallelism was added into some parts of the project.
Release Notes: Many 64-bit related fixes were made. Widescreen scaling was fixed. Ffmpeg's codecs were updated. New code was imported from mphq. The xvid wrapper was reworked; now it supports xvidcore-1.1.3+. The divx-6 wrapper was reworked; now it supports divx-6.1.1+. ffmpeg's codecs now have lowest priority during automatic codec selection. A bug regarding a compilation error was fixed. Support for the IPv6 protocol and better network configuration were added. libmpeg was upgraded to 0.4.1.
Release Notes: libloader was synchronized with mplayerhq. The ffmpeg codecs were updated, which fixes some lacks of the previous release. Support for new codecs was added. A segfault in the MPC demuxer was fixed.