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Learn MPlayer Shortcuts for Windows
Most used MPlayer Shortcuts
|Seek forward 1 minute||Up Arrow key|
|Seek backward 1 minute||Down Arrow key|
|Seek forward 10 minutes||Page Up key|
|Seek backward 10 minutes||Page Down key|
|Decrease current playback speed by 10%||Page Up key|
|Increase current playback speed by 10%||Page Down key|
|Halve current playback speed||Page Up key|
|Double current playback speed||Page Down key|
|Reset playback speed to normal||Backspace|
|Go backward/forward in the playlist||Backspace|
|Go forward in the playlist, even over the end||Enter|
|Next/previous play tree entry in the parent list||Home|
|Next/previous alternative source||Insert|
|Stop playing and quit||Q|
|Stop playing||Shift + U|
|Adjust audio delay by +/- 0.1 seconds||+|
|Adjust the audio balance in favor of the left channel||(|
|Adjust audio balance in favor of the right channel||)|
|Cycle through the available video tracks||_|
|Cycle through the available audio tracks||#|
|Cycle through the available programs||Tab|
|Toggle stay-on-top||Shift + T|
|Decrease pan-and-scan range||W|
|Increase pan-and-scan range||E|
|Toggle OSD states: none / seek / seek + timer / seek + timer + total time||O|
|Toggle frame dropping states: none / skip display / skip decoding||D|
|Toggle subtitle visibility||V|
|Cycle through the available subtitles||J|
|Step forward/backward in the subtitle list||Y|
|Toggle displaying “forced subtitles”||Shift + F|
|Toggle subtitle alignment: top/middle/bottom||A|
|Adjust subtitle delay by +/- 0.1 seconds||X|
|Start/stop capturing the primary stream||C|
|Move subtitles up/down||R|
|Set the start or end of an EDL skip and write it out to the given file||I|
|Take a screenshot||S|
|Start/stop taking screenshots||Shift + S|
|Show the filename on the OSD||Shift + I|
|Show the progression bar, elapsed time, and total duration on the OSD||Shift + P|
|Seek the beginning of the previous/next chapter||!|
|Activate/deactivate deinterlacer||Shift + D|
|Cycle through the available DVD angles||Shift + A|
What is MPlayer?
MPlayer is a free and open-source media player software that supports a wide range of audio and video formats. It is known for its versatility and ability to play files from local storage as well as streaming sources.
Which operating systems does MPlayer support?
MPlayer is compatible with various operating systems, including Windows, macOS, Linux, and Unix-like systems.
What file formats does MPlayer support?
MPlayer has extensive codec support and can handle numerous audio and video file formats, including MPEG, AVI, MP4, MKV, MOV, FLAC, MP3, AAC, and many more.
Can MPlayer play DVDs and Blu-ray discs?
Yes, MPlayer can play DVDs and Blu-ray discs, provided that you have the necessary disc drive and codecs installed on your system.
Does MPlayer support subtitles?
Yes, MPlayer supports subtitles in different formats, such as SubRip (SRT), SubViewer (SUB), Advanced SubStation Alpha (ASS), and more. You can adjust subtitle settings, including font, size, and position.
Is MPlayer capable of streaming online content?
Yes, MPlayer can stream content from various online sources, such as YouTube, Twitch, and other streaming platforms. It can also play media from network streams, HTTP, FTP, and other protocols.
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