SMPlayer is a complete media player for Windows and Linux. It uses MPlayer as a playback engine, which is capable of playing most video and audio formats (AVI, mkv, WMV, MP4, MPEG, etc.). It can also play and download YouTube videos. One of the most interesting features is that it remembers the settings of all files you play. So if you start to watch a movie but have to leave, 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, etc.
|Tags||multimedia Video Sound/Audio Players|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The option to find subtitles in opensubtitles.org has been fixed. The interface with support for skins is now the default. An option to enter URL(s) in the playlist has been added. There are two new options for Audio -> Stereo mode: Mono and Reverse. The problem with mplayer2 and the -fontconfig option has been fixed.
Release Notes: A new option to select the FPS for external subtitles was added. The video equalizer dialog was rewritten. Automatic version update checks can now be performed. Support was added for ISO-8859-16 encoded subtitles. New translations were added. Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Fixed for YouTube playback.
Release Notes: This release adds support for mplayer2. The seeking method can now be selected. Playlist items can now be sorted. A "favorites" menu and a toolbar editor have been added. The subtitles server can now be changed. YouTube URLs can now be directly inserted, and a separate YouTube player "smtube" has been added, with a search, preview, and download interface. Many further improvements and several bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: An occasional failure to find subtitles in opensubtitles.org was fixed. Selection of the left or right audio channel was fixed. ALSA is no longer the default audio driver on Linux, to avoid freezes on Ubuntu. The ability to mark an A-B section for partial playback was implemented. The video resolution and frames per second can now be displayed in the status bar. Support for VDPAU on Linux was improved.