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I downloaded the latest version rev 13 of Mplayer osx extended, only to find out it crashes whenever you open it. I'm not sure if this is a problem with iatkos, or if it's actually a problem with actual Leopard.

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It crashed on my 10.6.2 when it open rmvb files
try this version 13test7
http://u.115.com/file/f78da73a4e

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It crashed on my 10.6.2 when it open rmvb files
try this version 13test7
http://u.115.com/file/f78da73a4e


My Crashed everytime on 10.6.2 until I got the version 12 of mplayer :unsure:

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Is this a general problem or what?

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:blink: The player is just garbage at this point. It was released buggy like hell and it's absolutely useless to play anything at all let alone bluray. Apparently (as per a post onthe Mplayer fora) the issue "should be fixed" in rev14 as noted here :whistle:

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