IINA is the modern video player for macOS.
- Based on mpv, which provides the best decoding capacity on macOS
- Designed with modern versions of macOS (10.11+) in mind
- All the features you need for video and music: subtitles, playlists, chapters…and much, much more!
- Force Touch, picture-in-picture and advanced Touch Bar support
- Customizable user interface including multiple color schemes and on screen controller (OSC) layout positioning
- Standalone Music Mode designed for audio files
- Video thumbnails
- Online subtitle searching and intelligent local subtitle matching
- Unlimited playback history
- Convenient and interactive settings for video/audio filters
- Fully customizable keyboard, mouse, trackpad, and gesture controls
- mpv configuration files and script system for advanced users
- Command line tool and browser extensions provided
- In active development
IINA ships with pre-compiled dynamic libraries for convenience reasons. If you aren't planning on modifying these libraries, you can follow the instructions below to build IINA; otherwise, skip down to Building mpv manually and then run the steps here:
Using the pre-compiled libraries
- IINA uses CocoaPods for managing the installation of third-party libraries. If you don't already have it installed, here's how you can do so:
$ sudo gem install cocoapods
$ brew install cocoapods
pod installin project's root directory.
Open iina.xcworkspace in the latest public version of Xcode. IINA may not build if you use any other version.
Building mpv manually
- Install mpv:
$ brew install mpv --with-uchardet
Feel free to include your own copies of the other libraries if you'd like.
Copy latest header files into
other/parse_doc.rb. This script will fetch the latest mpv documentation and generate
MPVProperty.swift. This is only needed when updating libmpv. Note that if the API changes, the player source code may also need to be changed.
other/change_lib_dependencies.rb. This script will deploy the depended libraries into
libmpv/libs. Make sure you have a phase copying of all these dylibs in Xcode's build settings.
IINA is always looking for contributions, whether it's through bug reports, code, or new translations.
If you find a bug in IINA, or would like to suggest a new feature or enhancement, it'd be nice if you could search your problem first; while we don't mind duplicates, keeping issues unique helps us save time and considates effort. If you can't find your issue, feel free to file a new one.
If you're looking to contribute code, please read CONTRIBUTING.md–it has information on IINA's process for handling contributions, and tips on how the code is structured to make your work easier.
If you'd like to translate IINA to your language, please check the Translation Status page first: if a language is labeled as "Need help", then feel free to update the translation. If it doesn't contain your language at all, you can submit a new translation. If you need help working on a translation, you can contact @lhc70000 or file an issue and one of the maintainers will try to help you out.