AppImage: MPlayer

This is an unofficial third-party build,
you use it AT YOUR OWN RISK!

Yet another impressive open-source video player (technically, a video player engine). MPlayer may not offer you an intuitive user experience but it supports a wide range of output drivers and subtitle files.

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Learn more:
Latest version
SHA-1 Hash:
f3a27a3f9951f3a65f93430ee26ebd4425596d5e
Updated at:
2022 Jun 01
Do not forget:
chmod +x ./MPlayer.AppImage
./MPlayer.AppImage
It works in:
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Linux distro with GLIBC >= 2.31
Does not work in:
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Ubuntu < 20.04
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CentOS <= 8
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Linux distro with GLIBC < 2.31
How to get GLIBC version:
ldd --version
Categories

>> Video

Build history

chevron_right latest, 01-06-2022

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Yet another impressive open-source video player (technically, a video player engine). MPlayer may not offer you an intuitive user experience but it supports a wide range of output drivers and subtitle files.


How to install

Although every effort is made to ensure that everything in the repository is safe to install, you use it AT YOUR OWN RISK

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Official way

For the desktop integration you need to install some additional packages.

wget https://apprepo.de/appimage/download/mplayer --output-document=MPlayer.AppImage
chmod +x ./MPlayer.AppImage
./MPlayer.AppImage

Command line

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wget https://apprepo.de/appimage/download/mplayer --output-document=MPlayer.AppImage
chmod +x ./MPlayer.AppImage
./MPlayer.AppImage
Go-appimage

For the desktop integration you need to install some additional packages.

wget https://apprepo.de/appimage/download/mplayer --output-document=MPlayer.AppImage
chmod +x ./MPlayer.AppImage
./MPlayer.AppImage
AppRepo

The desktop integration will be provided by this package.

wget https://apprepo.de/appimage/download/apprepo --output-document=Apprepo.AppImage
chmod +x ./Apprepo.AppImage
./Apprepo.AppImage install mplayer
~/Applications/MPlayer.AppImage


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