April 22nd, 2007 by Keith

SMPlayer 0.3.34

Posted in Audio, Linux, Site News, Utilities, Video, Windows


MPlayer is a very used multimedia (video) player in Linux. To compliment the use of this utility, SMPlayer is developed as a complete front-end for MPlayer.

This application uses MPlayer as the engine, and has the capability to play the most known video and audio formats without the need of external or third-party codec. It has some of the basic features, such as playing DVDs and VCDs, to advanced features such as MPlayer filters.

With SMPlayer, it has the ability to remember the settings of all the files you have played. Therefore, you will resume the movie from where you have stopped, and there is no need to worry about having to open that movie and configure the settings, e.g. audio track, subtitles and volume, etc.

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SMPlayer 0.3.34 (Linux)
SMPlayer 0.3.34 (Windows)

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