Is there a way to play AVI's on my N1?

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    Junior Member kfink85's Avatar
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    Is there a way to play AVI's on my N1?

    Without converting them, that is.

    Anyone know?

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    The short answer is No. They must be converted.
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    or download the psp or ipod convered movie.

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    there's yxflash too

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    I'd personally like to see Google throw a bunch of money at the people that made/maintain VLC and get them to make an Android version. Googling that very subject I've seen a few claims of people saying they're working on it, but it doesn't sound like a big concerted effort. More like "some guy" having a go. I think Android would get quite a boost if 2.2 were to include a "play-anything" VLC player.
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    one way, convert avi
    another way, download the same video in supported format from websites

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    Quote Originally Posted by oposky2006 View Post
    one way, convert avi
    another way, download the same video in supported format from websites
    That's awesome. We should start a wiki and put this as entry #1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dd4005 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by oposky2006 View Post
    one way, convert avi
    another way, download the same video in supported format from websites
    That's awesome. We should start a wiki and put this as entry #1.
    Haha:rofl3:

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    What ext must a video be in order to play them?

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