MPlayer keyboard shortcuts

MPlayer

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↑  ↓

Seek forward/backward 1 minute

Page Up / Down

Seek forward/backward 10 minutes

Page Up / Down

Decrease/increase current playback speed by 10%

Page Up / Down

Halve/double current playback speed

⬅ Backspace

Reset playback speed to normal

⬅ Backspace

Go backward/forward in the playlist

⤶ Enter

Go forward in the playlist, even over the end

Home

Next/previous playtree entry in the parent list

or End
Insert

(ASX playlist only) Next/previous alternative source

or Del
P

Pause (pressing again unpauses)

or Space
.

Step forward. Pressing once will pause movie, every consecutive press will play one frame and then go into pause mode again (any other key unpauses)

Q

Stop playing and quit

or Esc
↑   Shift + U

Stop playing (and quit if -idle is not used)

+

Adjust audio delay by +/- 0.1 seconds

or -
/

Decrease/increase volume

or *
or 9
or 0
(

Adjust audio balance in favor of left channel

)

Adjust audio balance in favor of right channel

M

Mute sound

_

(MPEG-TS, AVI and libavformat only) Cycle through the available video tracks

#

(DVD, Blu-ray, MPEG, Matroska, AVI and libavformat only) Cycle through the available audio tracks

⭾ Tab

(MPEG-TS and libavformat only) Cycle through the available programs

F

Toggle fullscreen (also see -fs)

↑   Shift + T

Toggle stay-on-top (also see -ontop)

W

Decrease pan-and-scan range

E

Increase pan-and-scan range

O

Toggle OSD states: none / seek / seek + timer / seek + timer + total time

D

Toggle frame dropping states: none / skip display / skip decoding (see -framedrop and -hardframedrop)

V

Toggle subtitle visibility

J

Cycle through the available subtitles

or ↑   Shift + J
Y

Step forward/backward in the subtitle list

or G
↑   Shift + F

Toggle displaying "forced subtitles"

A

Toggle subtitle alignment: top / middle / bottom

X

Adjust subtitle delay by +/- 0.1 seconds

or Z
C

(-capture only) Start/stop capturing the primary stream

R

Move subtitles up/down

or T
I

(-edlout mode only) Set start or end of an EDL skip and write it out to the given file

S

(-vf screenshot only) Take a screenshot

↑   Shift + S

(-vf screenshot only) Start/stop taking screenshots

↑   Shift + I

Show filename on the OSD

↑   Shift + P

Show progression bar, elapsed time and total duration on the OSD

!

Seek to the beginning of the previous/next chapter

or @
↑   Shift + D

(-vo xvmc, -vo vdpau, -vf yadif, -vf kerndeint only) Activate/deactivate deinterlacer

↑   Shift + A

Cycle through the available DVD angles

(The following keys are valid only when using a hardware accelerated video output (xv, (x)vidix, (x)mga, etc), the software equalizer (-vf eq or -vf eq2) or hue filter (-vf hue))
1

Adjust contrast

or 2
3

Adjust brightness

or 4
5

Adjust hue

or 6
7

Adjust saturation

or 8
(The following keys are valid only when using the quartz or corevideo video output driver)
⌘ Cmd + 0

Resize movie window to half its original size

⌘ Cmd + 1

Resize movie window to its original size

⌘ Cmd + 2

Resize movie window to double its original size

⌘ Cmd + F

Toggle fullscreen (also see -fs)

⌘ Cmd + [

Set movie window alpha

or ⌘ Cmd + ]
(The following keys are valid only when using the sdl video output driver.
C

Cycle through available fullscreen modes

N

Restore original mode

(The following keys are valid if you have a keyboard with multimedia keys)
Pause

Pause

Stop

Stop playing and quit

Seek backward 1 minute

Seek forward 1 minute

(The following keys are only valid if you compiled with TV or DVB input support and will take precedence over the keys defined above)
H

Select previous channel

K

Select next channel

N

Change norm

U

Change channel list

(The following keys are only valid if you compiled with dvdnav support: They are used to navigate the menus)
keypad

2    Select button down

keypad

4    Select button left

keypad

6    Select button right

keypad

5    Return to main menu

keypad

7    Return to nearest menu (the order of preference is: chapter->title->root)

Num Enter

Confirm choice

(The

following keys are used for controlling TV teletext. The data may come from either an analog TV source or an MPEG transport stream)

↑   Shift + X

Switch teletext on/off

↑   Shift + Q

Go to next/prev teletext page

or ↑   Shift + W
MouseButton3

Seek backward/forward 1 minute

or mousebutton4
mousebutton5

Decrease/increase volume

or MouseButton6
←  →

Seek backward/forward 10 seconds

and down Seek forward/backward 1 minute

JoystickButton1

Pause

JoystickButton2

Toggle OSD states: none / seek / seek + timer / seek + timer + total time

JoystickButton3

Decrease/increase volume

or JoystickButton4

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Program information

Program name: MPlayer MPlayer (Media player)

MPlayer is a free and open-source media player that runs in Linux, Windows and more. Initially released in 2000, MPlayer can play variety of media formats. The software can also be used to display TV from a TV card.

Web page: mplayerhq.hu

Last update: 18 May 2020

Shortcut count: 100

How easy to press shortcuts: 85%

Platform detected: macOS

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