So far you have ignored every single request to post the source code for the application, which you are required to, since mplayer and its associated libraries have been published under a license that requires you to do so.
I find this, to put it mildly, impolite.
Mplayer has been in development for more than 10 years and is in the fortunate position to have a large number of developers who have contributed to one of the most successful Open Source projects and who will most certainly continue to do so.
It baffles me to see that you are struggling to handle this port all on your own without even showing a remote interest in getting support from this group of developers. I can't see any advantages for you, only disadvantages and some of these are a real pain in the neck for you and your audience:
* Lack of central download location
* Complete lack of community support
* Lack of competent bug reports
* Lack of version and revision control
I strongly suggest that you rethink your development strategy and instead of annoying those who made your project possible in the first place you may want to consider taking part in the discussions on the mplayer mailing list and profit from the vast ocean of expert knowledge this community has amassed.
Open Source Software is about giving and taking and so far you have shown a distinct willingness to ignore the "Giving" part, which I find rather sad, given the fact that ignoring the requirements of the GPL does nothing more than annoy those who did all the work before you started coding in the first place.