MPlayer for Windows Mobile is a port of the famous MPlayer media player for the Linux platform.
Developer: Amit Vijayvargiya
Latest version: [unnamed]
Total versions: 1
Submitted: 8 Apr 2015
Updated: 8 Apr 2015
MPlayer for Windows Mobile is a port of the famous MPlayer media player for the Linux platform. The software is still in development but already demonstrates very powerful capabilities and features.
MPlayer can play music and video data as well as streaming media directly from the network. It was tested with application unlocked Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6 devices and should run on all WM5+ Smartphones as well Pocket PCs.
- Full support of streaming.
- Supports all real media formats including streaming.
- Supports RV40, RV30, R20, sipro, cook and atrac codecs.
- Supports MP4 streaming over RTSP.
- All flavors of Flash video are supported.
- Uses coremp4 for MP4 decoding.
- GUI should be improved, current version is just for preview.
- WMA decoder is not supported. Necessary to add Windows DMO driver
- Some crashes are possible and need to be fixed.
- Use "Open File" to open any media file stored locally
- Use "Open URL" to open an URL, if URL is a playlist click "Open As Playlist".
- Use "Open Playlist" to open a playlist stored locally.
- right arrow key - forward
- left arrow key - rewind
- center key - play / pause
- volume up key / down key - vol up/down
- * - previous song in playlist
- # - next song in playlist
[unnamed] seem to be the latest available version. Below you can find file(s) assigned to this version:
- MPlayer_for_Windows_Mobile.cab (4 MB, ↓ 0)
Description/changelog of [unnamed]:
Microsoft .NET Compact Framework: not required.
- 176x220 pixels: not supported
- 240x320 pixels: supported
- 320x240 pixels: not supported
- Microsoft Smartphone 2002: not supported
- Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphone: not supported
- Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 SE for Smartphone: not supported
- Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 for Smartphone: supported
- Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Standard: supported
- Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard: not supported