MPlayer


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MPlayer

An open source media player originally developed for Linux in 2000 and later for Windows and Mac. Supporting a wide variety of media formats, MPlayer can also save streaming media for subsequent local playback. The standard MPlayer is downloaded as source code and uses a command line interface; however, numerous graphical interfaces (skins) are available.

Precompiled "unofficial" versions ready to execute are also available for the major platforms as well as minor ones such as DOS and the TomTom GPS. For more information, visit www.mplayerhq.hu.
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MPlayer is currently available on six aircraft and will be rolled out to the remainder of the fleet throughout 2014 and into next year.
Monarch Airlines has disclosed that initially it will offer the MPlayer system on six of its jets, with strategy to expand the service further by the next year.
The Director (Customer Experience & Marketing) Tim Williamson stated, We recently launched our non-reclining seats with integrated tablet holder and the launch of MPlayer compliments the new seats making it easier to use your device on board.