Monday, October 5, 2015

SMPlayer 15.9 has been released, Ubuntu, Linux Mint.

SMPlayer is a front-end for MPlayer, having support for video, DVD and VCD playback, has some advanced features like support for MPlayer filters and keeps track of the settings of all the played files, resuming a closed movie from the moment it was closed.


Changelog:

  • Support for the 3D stereo filter.
  • We added support for mpv, which is a player based on mplayer with new features and bug fixes.
  • Now it’s possible to select a secondary subtitle track which is displayed on top of the screen (mpv only).
  • New option to set a template for screenshots (mpv only).
  • Now it’s possible to play videos from streaming sites (besides Youtube) like DailyMotion, Vimeo, Vevo and many more (mpv only).
  • Option to step back one frame (mpv only).
  • The Windows installer now allows to choose the playback engine to install: mplayer or mpv.
  • Better support for YouTube (VEVO videos).
  • Possibility to set a proxy.
  • New action (assigned by default to key “I”) shows the current playback time, total time and percentage, for 2 seconds on the OSD.
  • Add the possibility to use the mouse buttons for “next chapter” and “previous chapter”.
  • New option to delete a file in the playlist from the filesystem.
  • Support for MPRIS2.
  • Possibility to compile SMPlayer without MPlayer or mpv support.
  • The new H2O theme is now the default theme.
To Install SMPlayer just run the following commands via your systems Terminal.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:rvm/smplayer
 sudo apt-get update
 sudo apt-get install smplayer

That's it EnJoY.


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