Descriptions for IINA 0.0.14.1
Name: IINA for Mac
Release Date: 25 Oct 2017
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version:OS X 10.10 or later (macOS 10.12 recommended)
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Web Site: http://lhc70000.github.io/iina/
IINA is the modern video player for macOS.
- For and only for modern macOS – IINA is born to be a modern macOS application, from its framework to its user interface. It adopts the post-Yosemite design language, and keeps up the pace of new technologies such as Force Touch and Touch Bar.
- Revolutionary user experience – IINA simplifies a lot of user interactions. In addition to traditional cascaded menus, it provides interactive UI components and gestures to give you intuitive, flexible, powerful control of the playback.
- Powerful functionality – Based on MPV, one of the most powerful media player projects ever, IINA supports almost all common media types (even GIF) and stably outputs high-quality video that is optimized for Retina screen. MPV’s config file and script system are also integrated.
- You are the target-user – IINA is made by a user like you, who (may be) also having been expected for a powerful and elegant media player on macOS for years. Whether you just got your first Mac or are already a professional MPV user, IINA will satisfy you for its customizability and expandability.
What’s New in IINA 0.0.14.1
- Upgraded the built-in FFmpeg to the latest version, which supports HEVC hardware decoding on applicable devices
- Enhanced full-screen animation, which is smoother than ever
- Adjusted some default options:use keyframe seek for left/right buttons; disable Apple Remote support
- Crash when seeking (fast-forwarding) on some devices
- Crash on launch encountered by some OS X 10.11 El Capitan / macOS 10.13 High Sierra users
- No video in full screen encountered by some OS X 10.11 El Capitan / macOS 10.13 High Sierra users
- Crash when trying to enter interactive mode (crop/delogo) while in legacy full-screen
- IINA alerts “nothing to play” for uncommon file types
- The option “Enter full screen when launched” conflicting with music mode
- Some issues related to thumbnail generating that could lead to incorrect thumbnails
- Fixed some logic blacking out other screens