SMPlayer 0.6.8 beta 3 Released

08/02/2010 - 14:27 von Christian Hennecke | Report spam
Silvan Scherrer has released the third beta of SMPlayer 0.6.8 for OS/2 and
eComStation. SMPlayer is a Qt 4 based GUI front-end for MPlayer, a command-
line movie player that is available for many systems and supports a wide
range of formats and codecs, either natively or via Win32 DLL codecs. For
instance, you can watch VideoCD, SVCD, DVD, 3ivx, DivX 3/4/5, WMV, and
even H.264 movies. SMPlayer intends to be a complete front-end for
MPlayer, from basic features like playing videos, DVDs, and VCDs to more
advanced features like support for MPlayer filters and more. This release
is based on the GA version of Qt 4.5.1 and contains a number of fixes for
both the Qt 4 library and the application itself.

Changes in this version:

* updated to Qt 4.5.1 source
* enabled colorkey

The third beta is available at:

Qt is a cross-platform application development framework, which is widely
used as a widget toolkit for developing GUI programs. Availability for
OS/2 and eComStation both means that developers can easily port existing
Qt applications and create new ones more easily. The GA of Qt 4.5.1 has
been released, however, funding is still needed. The future road map
includes updating the framework to version 4.6.1 if enough funding can be

For more information, see:

Since the project relies on funds made by the OS/2 and eComStation
community, please consider making a donation:

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#1 Al Savage
10/02/2010 - 15:41 | Warnen spam
On Mon, 8 Feb 2010 13:27:11 UTC, Christian Hennecke

Changes in this version:

* updated to Qt 4.5.1 source
* enabled colorkey

After installing the GCC442 support library, and the QT4.5.1 WPI, I
installed this beta3.

Unfortunately, it takes down my system hard if playing in fullscreen
mode and using the keyboard to rewind, pause, etc. C-A-D does not work,
neither can the <CapLock> be toggled. Power OFF time. Repeated three

Also, the problem with <Ctrl+F>, where four system error dialogues are
presented for every drive that does not have media loaded, is still
present. It even complains about not finding drives A: & B: when there
are no such drives on the system. So, twelve responses to dialogues (24
keypresses) are required to get to the file picker screen (or load any
file not previously loaded).

Al S.

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