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SMPlayer

   14.3.0  

KDE Video Application

Score 91%
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  31905
Submitted:  Mar 13 2007
Updated:  Apr 17 2014

Description:

SMPlayer intends to be a complete front-end for MPlayer, from basic features like playing videos, DVDs, and VCDs to more advanced features like support for MPlayer filters and more.

One of the most interesting features of SMPlayer: it remembers the settings of all files you play. So you start to watch a movie but you have to leave... don't worry, when you open that movie again it will resume at the same point you left it, and with the same settings: audio track, subtitles, volume...

Other additional interesting features:

* Audio track switching. You can choose the audio track you want to listen. Works with avi and mkv. And of course with DVDs.
* Seeking by mouse wheel. You can use your mouse wheel to go forward or backward in the video.
* Video equalizer, allows you to adjust the brightness, contrast, hue, saturation and gamma of the video image.
* Multiple speed playback. You can play at 2X, 4X... and even in slow motion.
* Filters. Several filters are available: deinterlace, postprocessing, denoise... and even a karaoke filter (voice removal).
* Audio and subtitles delay adjustment. Allows you to sync audio and subtitles.
* Advanced options, such as selecting a demuxer or video & audio codecs.
* Playlist. Allows you to enqueue several files to be played one after each other. Autorepeat and shuffle supported too.
* Preferences dialog. You can easily configure every option of SMPlayer by using a nice preferences dialog.
* Translations: currently SMPlayer is translated into more than 20 languages, including Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese....




Changelog:

Version 14.3.0.

* Possibility to play (non-protected) blu-ray discs.
* The control for fullscreen mode has been rewritten and improved. Now it is displayed over the video.
* (Windows) New option in Preferences -> Subtitles to enable or disable the use of the Windows font directory. Disabling this option prevents the annoying font scanning.
* Some presets have been added to the audio equalizer.
* Better support for multimedia keys. This can help control SMPlayer with a remote control.
* The option "Move the window when the video area is dragged" has been fixed.
* (Windows) Now it's possible to open Windows shortcuts (symlinks).
* Better support for Youtube.
* (Windows) Better screensaver disabling.
* Many bugfixes.
* Possibility to compile with Qt 5.

List of contributed packages:
http://smplayer.wiki.sourceforge.net/Contributed+Packages

Repositories for Ubuntu:
https://launchpad.net/~rvm/+archive/smplayer




LicenseGPL
Source(smplayer-14.3.0.tar.bz2)
MS Windows(smplayer-14.3.0-win32.exe)
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 icons

 
 by maarizwan on: Apr 24 2007
 
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icons are missing when compiled with KDE_SUPPORT=1

I love the "KDE file open dialog" which allows kio:/ features.. like locate:/ etc..

the icons are not loaded into smplayer with KDE support.. and kde icons folder is "default" not "hicolor"

please see how we can make icons load properly with KDE_SUPPORT..

Thank you for your continous and efficient coding :)


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 Re: icons

 
 by rvm on: Apr 24 2007
 
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The embedded icons don't show in smplayer because KApplication changes the default QMimeSourceFactory... I think I've just fix it.

Anyway the other icon themes, which are loaded from disc, should work.


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 Re: Re: icons

 
 by maarizwan on: Apr 24 2007
 
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yes!!!! it works.. You are too good.. thanks.. i love smplayer even more.. thanks :)


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 Please...

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Apr 24 2007
 
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Stop this dance of numbers... Try to test smplayer a bit more before its release. I love it (I'm currently using it), but two or more new version every day is too much. Why don't you promote your forum participation or svn checkout? I think it will be more "polite".
And again, thanks for smplayer.


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 Re: Please...

 
 by maarizwan on: Apr 24 2007
 
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buddy.. rvm is not having a group of testers for that.. and we are using his good work.. we ought to provide "testing services" and "useful feedback"

SVN would be too complicated for newbies..

with the Numbers part.. I think smplayer should increase numbers in the second digit more.. like
0.3.0,
0.3.1,
0.3.2,
0.3.4,
0.3.5, then
0.4.1
every 5 numbers or so.. cause it is pretty damn stable..

I have got no crash ever with smplayer! and this makes smplayer 'RC' status instead of "alpha" or "beta" who would crash frequently..


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 Re: Re: Please...

 
 by BorgQueen on: Apr 25 2007
 
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I completely agree, the least we can do it test each release for him/her and report bugs and the like. Fire away with as many releases as you like my lad/lass!

smplayer is just wonderful!


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 Re: Please...

 
 by dragonlord79 on: Apr 25 2007
 
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I totally agree with Virgilio. I don't believe there are people compiling smplayer every bloody day !
RVM, i suggest you to sort out a website for smplayer, so you can release your 15 versions every day. Maybe you can use also your private discussion forum to receive feedbacks from your testers.
Regarding KDE-Apps...well, just one release per week would be fine.

Thanks.


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 Re: Please...

 
 by rvm on: Apr 25 2007
 
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Hi.

I know that probably the right thing would be to use a svn or similar. But first I have no experience with svn, and second I feel people is reluctant to download versions from svn. For instance, I have never done (with the exception of mplayer, and just because they provide a tar.bz2 ready to compile).

Yes, I could release once a week, I could keep new things and bug fixes in my hard drive for a week, but what for? I prefer to upload it and the people who want can test it. That allows me to catch bugs or problems really soon (like yesterday's Makefile problem).

I'd rather prefer that people use my forum (http://www.phpbbplanet.com/smplayer/viewforum.php?f=1), it's a real forum so it has some advantages: posts can be edited, conversations are easier to follow... but if people prefer to send comments here, what can I do?

I really thank all people their comments and suggestions. Some of the suggestions have been really good, things that I have never thought about. I found all comments that people have sent here very valuable. And I don't want to lose that.

What I can do is to announce new releases here less often, once a week or so. People interested in testing daily packages can check my forum or the download page (http://smplayer.sourceforge.net/linux/download_en.php)


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 Re: Re: Please...

 
 by ZdadrDeM on: Apr 25 2007
 
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I think it's perfect like it's now.


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 i like this :)

 
 by xep on: Apr 25 2007
 
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It would be healthy if smplayer was able to autodetect some libraries such as ASS

in fullscreen mode i clicked right mouse to get context menu than clicked right again and have black rectangle over the picture in place where context menu was opened last time


sorry for bad eng
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 Re: i like this :)

 
 by rvm on: Apr 25 2007
 
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Does it happens to you always?

When compiled with Qt 4, I've seen sometimes more or less what you explain, the place where the menu was now it's black. But it hasn't happened to me in fullscreen yet but after selecting an option in the menus or just simply browsing on them.

One thing that it really happens to me quite often is that the whole video window gets black after closing the preferences dialog.

Has someone else experienced this problem?

This only happens with Qt 4, with Qt 3 everything is ok. The strange thing is that on Windows (compiled with Qt 4) this problem doesn't happen either.


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 Re: Re: i like this :)

 
 by xep on: Apr 26 2007
 
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yes, it happens always for me but i never seen whole video window black after closing the preferences dialog.

Qt 4.3.0b.


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 Re: Re: Re: i like this :)

 
 by rvm on: Apr 26 2007
 
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If you select another video output driver (x11, gl, gl2), does it happen too?


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 Better and better!

 
 by 747419 on: Apr 25 2007
 
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rvm, SMPlayers quality is increasing whith each release, and though I didn't feel the need for yet another movie-player when it first came out, it now is my second favourite player (out of eleven players on my system...) - it never crashes, starts about as fast as codeine (<1 second) and provides a superb design and usability. Thank you, man!

For me SMPlayer works pretty perfect now, there are only three bugs that do still bug me:

- DVD-Menus are still not handled as first title and in most cases can't be used at all - meanwhile I even tried playing a selfmade DVD (created via ManDVD), and SMPlayer always skips the menu and starts with the main movie / first episode (sometimes with a seemingly random title)

- .txt-subtitles do not work for me

- I can't move subtitles (neither via menu nor shortcuts)

Beside that, SMPlayer keeps amazing me.

Also thanks to linux3114a / Raoul for keeping track of all the new versions and compiling them for SuSE!


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 Re: Better and better!

 
 by rvm on: Apr 25 2007
 
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DVD menus are not supported yet. mplayer does support it if compiled with dvdnav. But I don't know if it's quite usable yet. I test it recently but it didn't work well for me. But maybe that was because I used and old dvdnav library (I used the one from SuSE 9.2).

Adding support for dvdnav I think it wouldn't be difficult. It would be just to open dvdnav:// and that's all. Title, chapters, audio tracks... everything would then controlled by the dvd menus.

The only problem that I see is how to pass the key and mouse events to mplayer.

*.txt subtitles, I don't have any in that format, so I couldn't test it.

Subtitles can't move if you're using the SSA/ASS library. If this is not your case, then maybe you have an old version of mplayer.


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 Re: Re: Better and b

 
 by 747419 on: Apr 25 2007
 
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Nope, I am using the last version of MPlayer (1.0rc1) and the SSA/ASS library was off - however, I did find out that when running SSA/ASS it is possible to use plain .txt-files as subtitles in SMPlayer.


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 Re: Re: Re: Better and b

 
 by rvm on: Apr 25 2007
 
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Well, then that's a mistery. Moving the subtitles should work with mplayer 1.0rc1.

Although I've seen that idx/sub (and I suppose dvd subtitles) can't be moved.


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 Gentoo

 
 by jaugen on: Apr 25 2007
 
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Where can I find an ebuild for Gentoo?


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 Re: Gentoo

 
 by rvm on: Apr 25 2007
 
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http://www.phpbbplanet.com/smplayer/viewtopic.php?t=114


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 vcd playback

 
 by maarizwan on: Apr 26 2007
 
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Please add vcd support.. i can play vcd using open->url vcd://1

but i can't use forward,, next buttons to move to vcd://2, vcd://3, vcd://4, vcd://5.

i have to manually use open->url "vcd://5" to play fifth file in the vcd..

i could play 1-10 with this:

"for i in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10; do mplayer vcd://$i; done"


hints:
http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/HTML/en/vcd.html

coding hint:
http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/tech/playtree


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