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MPV 0.21.0 Media Player Adds Nvidia CUDA Support, Raspberry Pi Hardware
Today, October 20, 2016, MPV developer Martin Herkt proudly announced
the release of another maintenance update for the very popular MPV
open-source and cross-platform media player software based on MPlayer.
Looking at the release notes, which we've also attached at the end of
the story for your reading pleasure, MPV 0.21.0 is a major update that
adds a large amount of new features, options and commands, but also
addresses dozens of bugs reported by users since the MPV 0.20.0 release
and introduces other minor enhancements.
Among the most important new features, we can mention a new OSD
(on-screen display) that appears when you move the mouse to the bottom
of the screen, the ability to allow profile forward-references in the
default profile, as well as support for Nvidia CUDA and cuvid/NvDecode,
which appears to be a welcome addition to GNU/Linux distributions, as
HEVC Main 10 support is missing in VDPAU.
MPV 0.21.0 adds right-click behavior to playlist and chapter buttons,
along with user-configurable margin for top and bottom bars. Moreover,
hardware decoding support is now provided for Raspberry Pi single-board
computer thanks to the new "--hwdec=rpi-copy" command-line parameter.
Teletext now enabled by default, support for DRM devices lands
Apart from the great new features mentioned above, MPV 0.21.0 comes with
support for DRM (Digital Rights Management) devices when running the
application in vaapi-copy mode, teletext support enabled by default,
hardware decoder wrapper for Broadcom Crystal HD hardware decoder, as
well as hw overlay support for Raspberry Pi devices.
Last but not least, MPV 0.21.0 introduces initial ARM Mali fbdev
support. Dozens of new commands and options are now available, but many
others were removed or deprecated, so we recommend to check out the
changelog below for more details. In the meantime, you can download MPV
0.21.0 for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows right now via our
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