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MPlayer OS X

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For Mac OS X
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For Mac OS X
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MPlayer OS X

MPlayer OS X is binary distribution of MPlayer (The Movie Player for Linux) and comes with native GUI in Mac OS X. After installation you can simply (by Drag&Drop) play almost all 3ivx, DivX 3,4,5 and other codecs files in the window or fullscreen mode. Rendering of very nice antialiased text-based subtitles is also supported.

Excerpt:MPlayer OS X web page (Wayback Machine)

MPlayer OS X is a port based on the MPlayer movie player for Linux. It is a multimedia player with playlist, supporting playback of all widely used media types (MPEG 1-4, DivX, AVI, ASF, Ogg Vorbis, RealMedia, QuickTime Movie, MPEG layer 1-3, AC3, WindowsMediaAudio etc.) and movie subtitles of various formats (MicroDVD Player, Subrip, etc.).

Architecture: PPC

MPlayer OS X v1.1 will be more suited for playback on lower-end G3 & G4 Macintosh.

MPlayer OS X v2.0 requires Mac OS 10.3.x or higher, more suited to playback on G4 Macintosh because of Altivec support.