MX Video Player

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    MX Video Player





    MoboPlayer, RockPlayer, VPlayer, and other Android video players have some new competition in town, and look - it doesn't look entirely like crap!

    MX VideoPlayer is free (ad-supported) and comes with 3 codec packs, depending on your architecture.

    Support for Tegra 2 and ARM with Neon instructions is provided by one of such codec packs, so the player should work wonderfully on newer phones and tablets.

    Check out the file formats supported below and jump to the Market description for more details.









    MX VideoPlayer is the most advanced video player currently available on the Android platform.

    It plays almost every movie file including .3gp .avi .divx .f4v .flv .mkv .mp4 .mpeg .mov .vob .wmv .webm .xvid and more, with niche user interface.

    Also it reads most of widely used subtitle files including .srt .ssa .ass .sub .smi .mpl .txt .psb and Matroska subtitle track(mkv).

    And with its unique Subtitle Scrolling feature you can easily move between subtitle texts.

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    Cool I'm going to try this out

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairdewx View Post
    Cool I'm going to try this out
    Cool, let me know how you like it.

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    The problem I always had with most of these players is 720P MKV video would never play smoothly or get out of sync. Or the subtitles would be wrong or mis-timed. I'll try this one, hopefully it's better than all the other ones I tried.

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    I tried some anime mkv files and could not get the subtitles to appear. Video was fine, though.

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    Well that sucks. I'm still looking for the perfect player to come along and work. I know with the graphics card our phones should be capable of full 720P MKV support yet none of these players seem to cut it yet.

    If you have a chance to try it again, let me know if they have an update that fixes the subtitle issue.

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