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Details for mplayer2 (1:2.0~git20130903-dmo7) - kfreebsd-i386 - Oldstable/Jessie

Advanced general-purpose video player

A fork of the original MPlayer project, it contains significant further
development and supports a number of features not available in other Unix

Better pause handling :
In MPlayer executing any commands forced the player to unpause. This is no
longer the case; in MPlayer2 you can change settings, seek, or run other
commands while paused.

Better Matroska support :
MPlayer2 has improved support for Matroska files, including support for
ordered chapters and editions.

Easy to use multithreading support :
It's easy to build MPlayer2 with FFmpeg-mt support, and threading will be
used automatically without requiring any manual configuration. This gives
a big performance increase on multicore machines.

Much better support for VDPAU functionality on NVIDIA cards :
* Removed limitations that prevented switching frames more than once per
monitor refresh. With MPlayer2 you can play high-FPS content or use
fast forward on a 60 Hz monitor without breaking playback.
* Added support for the frame timing functionality of VDPAU.
* Improved performance by better buffer handling and smarter subtitle
texture uploads (both VDPAU hardware decoding and displaying software
decoded video with VDPAU perform better).
* Added logic to reduce frame timing jitter in some situations.
* Handle frames added by deinterlacing properly.
* Several bugfixes.
* Various minor improvements (studio level output support, set default
deinterlace mode, ...)

Support for precise seeks :
It's now possible to seek to any frame in the video; seeks are no longer
necessarily limited to keyframes.

Support for gettext-based translations :
The message translation support in MPlayer was basically useless for binary
Linux distributions, as the message language was hardcoded at compile time
and supporting several languages would have required a separate program
binary for every one. Runtime-switchable translations with gettext are now

No longer depends on embedded FFmpeg tree or internal FFmpeg symbols :
MPlayer required an embedded copy of FFmpeg to compile. This caused a
maintenance burden as changes in FFmpeg fairly often broke the compilation
of MPlayer. While it could link against shared FFmpeg libraries it would
still use some code from the embedded tree instead, and also depended on
internal FFmpeg symbols that are not part of the public API, thus making
any dynamic-linked binaries liable to break when FFmpeg libraries are
updated. MPlayer2 does not depend on embedded FFmpeg library copies and
uses FFmpeg only through its public API. This eases maintenance and makes
dynamic-linked binaries safe.

Miscellaneous :
* Lots of bugfixes.
* Improvements in audio/video sync handling.
* Cleaned up and improved various terminal output messages.
* Support for gapless playback of audio files (option -gapless-audio).
* Better responsiveness in certain cases where MPlayer had significant
latency before reading or completing commands.
* Support modifier keys in command bindinds (currently X11-based input
* Keep fullscreen state by default when switching between files.
* OSS4 volume control.
* Various stuff not listed here...

Section: video
Priority: extra
Filename: pool/main/m/mplayer2-dmo/mplayer2_2.0~git20130903-dmo7_kfreebsd-i386.deb
Size: 3742834
MD5sum: 560f80fa51215399754efc48ce239911
SHA1: c0b39b672ddb122fe8777dd7b63420c496ac94d0
SHA256: 8250a7597e62f4ec735a71b74661a12a7f1cf318c1ad2bcd2fad4c6949b455b9

Priority: extra
Build-Date: 04 August 2016

   - liba52-0.7.4.
   - libbluray1 (>= 0.3.0~).
   - libbs2b0.
   - libbz2-1.0.
   - libc0.1 (>= 2.18).
   - libcaca0 (>= 0.99.beta17-1).
   - libcdio-cdda1 (>= 0.83).
   - libcdio-paranoia1 (>= 0.83).
   - libcdio13 (>= 0.83).
   - libdca0.
   - libdirectfb-1.2-9.
   - libdv4.
   - libdvdread4 (>= 4.1.3).
   - libenca0 (>= 1.9).
   - libfaad2 (>= 2.7).
   - libfontconfig1 (>= 2.11).
   - libfreetype6 (>= 2.3.5).
   - libfribidi0 (>= 0.19.2).
   - libgif4 (>= 4.1.4).
   - libgl1-mesa-glx or libgl1.
   - libharfbuzz0b (>= 0.9.4).
   - libjack-jackd2-0 (>= 1.9.5~dfsg-14) or libjack-0.116.
   - libjpeg62-turbo (>= 1.3.1).
   - liblcms2-2 (>= 2.2+git20110628).
   - liblircclient0.
   - libmad0 (>= 0.15.1b-3).
   - libncurses5 (>= 5.5-5~).
   - libogg0 (>= 1.0rc3).
   - libopencore-amrnb0.
   - libpng12-0 (>= 1.2.13-4).
   - libpulse0 (>= 0.99.1).
   - libquvi7 (>= 0.4.0).
   - libsdl1.2debian (>= 1.2.11).
   - libspeex1 (>= 1.2~beta3-1).
   - libtheora0 (>= 0.0.0.alpha7.dfsg).
   - libtinfo5.
   - libvdpau1 (>= 0.2).
   - libvorbis0a (>= 1.1.2).
   - libx11-6.
   - libxext6.
   - libxinerama1.
   - libxss1.
   - libxv1.
   - libxvidcore4.
   - libxxf86vm1.
   - zlib1g (>= 1:1.2.0).
   - mplayer (<= 1.0~rc4+svn20111203).
   - mplayer.

Source: mplayer2-dmo
Installed-Size: 9 MB

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