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Discussion in 'macOS' started by Apple 26.2, Apr 13, 2011.
Hey guys, just trying to get a feel for MPlayer on OS X... good, bad or ugly?
I've been using it with no problems. It handled subtitles on a movie I was watching a lot better than vlc or quicktimeplayerX. It's free so give it a try.
Good, IME. It's what I use for any movie Quicktime doesn't take natively. Mostly mkv's. I prefer it to VLC.
I used to use MPlayer OS X Extended, but since MPlayerX showed up on the App Store, I've been using that.
Yup, just as I thought... even on Linux, I've found MPlayer to be more robust than VLC.
Thanks for the replies!
Works well for me.
great app, its even close when you close it! (i hate you vlc)
the only down side for me is cinch cant control its window size.
I wish "pinch to zoom" were used for Full Screen (instead of double clicking). Making the window "almost full-screen" doesn't make make any sense to me, I just don't see any practical use for it.
Will mplayer resync audio and video like VLC can? Occasionally I'll download a movie file that was improperly encoded and the sound/video are out of whack by up to 3 seconds.
I like how VLC lets you bring things back in sync.
yes. in the advanced settings you can set delay to sync audio/video.
but now i have a huge problem with wmv files, every one of them get out of sync after few minutes of playing. vlc play these files flawless.