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Old December 6th, 2011, 04:11 PM   #351 (permalink)
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I recently got the Galaxy Nexus and was wondering what would be the best video player for it? I tried Moboplayer but it keeps telling me to download a certain plugin (armv7 neon) which i have tried to download, but it still won't let me get past this initial screen. Thanks, i may just be ****ing something up but this is my first smartphone so i don't have much of a clue.

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If you can't find an app that does this, you can always do what I do...

Since I do some deejaying, I like to run all my songs thru MP3 Gain in order to ensure that all my tracks are leveled and that I shouldn't have to adjust the gain knobs for that very reason. If you were to do this, you wouldn't need to worry about the app needing a built-in normalizer. The default is to 89db; although I set my default to 95db.

I use MP3 gain too. Handy for tunes set too low or too high (as most are now).
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I think MoboPlayer and Rock player are very nice player, can play many video formats.
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Hi i just got a motorola admrial. it has android 2.3.5 what app would be the best to play my music with that i can set up play lists like my old ipod
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I use Audacity on my computer to boost the track volume of all my mp3's and convert the boosted songs into new mp3 files (mp3 -> mp3). I was wondering if there was an app where I could do the same thing from my phone instead of having to turn on my computer to do it? I've gotten to the point where basically the only think I even use my computer for IS for music boosting/conversion, and I'm kinda trying to phase that out too, if possible. With Android, I feel like I don't have a whole lot of need for a computer anymore.
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Default Looking for a music player with smart playlists like iTunes

I just switched from an iPod Touch to a Galaxy Nexus. In iTunes I made heavy use of smart playlists that were based on song rating and play count. So every time a song played, the play count incremented and the smart playlists would automatically update. Is there an Android music app that can match this functionality? If not, how about one with the ability to make static playlists based on song rating and play count? (I wouldn't mind updating manually)

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Neutron Music Player, hands down the very best sounding player in the market. Many ingenious ideas and features included. On a different playing field. Trust me, I have both playerpro and poweramp bought and payed for. Neutron made me never look back. $10 loss well worth to be blessed with the very best. Remember Neutron Music Player is here to crush all pretenders and so-called contenders. I Love music, Neutron music Player has my $400 Beats By Dre Pros sounding like 2 fifteens,tweeters,horns, with a Herculez amp pushing subs to the limit. Just banging. No bs. You'll Love this one...
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PowerAmp. I've tried all of the popular ones, and I think PA's the best.
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Sorry in advance for ther n00b question, but I want to get this clear:

Are you guys running PlayerPro on both Tab & Phone ?

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I am baffled by this thread, is it the case that most people download media files then use a convertor and also a separate app just to get album artwork ?

as far as i can see my missus (iphone user) rips cd's into itunes they have album art from the database and then when she syncs the phone its all there art work too.

I downloaded Kies for my S2 expecting to do the same. oh my. I cant believe that the stock programme does not even do this. how can you compete with apple when you have to use all kinds of other software just to build up a half decent media library ?

I moved some tracks from windows media player and Kies messed up the trakclist order ? plus it didnt bring the art work across ?

Help. i just want one programme (pc software) so i can build a library with art work that i can send to my phone. I have thoushands of cd;s to rip
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Installing MediaMonkey

MediaMonkey runs on Windows platforms only.

now im confused, how will it run on my tablet which is android ??
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MediaMonkey on PC sucks. It changes the file and adds a MediaMonkey to the end of the extension; thus rendering all other apps from being able to find, locate, and play those media files. I was pissed when I started up my Traktor 2 Pro and it could no longer find my songs. I immediately uninstalled MM when I found this out.
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MediaMonkey on PC sucks. It changes the file and adds a MediaMonkey to the end of the extension; thus rendering all other apps from being able to find, locate, and play those media files. I was pissed when I started up my Traktor 2 Pro and it could no longer find my songs. I immediately uninstalled MM when I found this out.
never encountered problems...you obviously don't know how to use it properly i have been using it for years and on every device with out one prob...
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I also hated media Monkey on my windows PC's...Periodically it would rearrange all my music, break up albums, and in general foul things up randomly...I junked it and went with J-River without a backwards glance...What I use now is J-River on my music server and poweramp on the phone...files transfer without problem and J-River has never screwed with my files.
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I feel like Android is advanced enough that it should be able to handle playing almost any type of video. Unfortunately, that doesn't seem to be the case.
Streaming Flash is a classic example of this on phones that don't natively support Flash (VPlayer is THE ONLY player I know of that bypasses this anamoly)
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What are the video types that Android can play? Just mp4s?
The Samsung Vitality can handle just about anything thrown at it (Including FLV files, which is quite a surprise since it doesn't natively support Flash) with very little (If any) trouble at all



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I can't seem to get my G1 to play *any* video from my microSD, regardless of the apps (tried Cinema and Video Player).

My file format must be screwed up. mp4. h.264. What else do I need to know? Is there a file size limit?
Can you play it on your PC ?? If not, then it's corrupt & needs to be properly re-transcoded FROM THE ORIGINAL SOURCE to be fixed (Don't use the corrupt version or all you'll do is simply create another version you can't use)



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I use Audacity on my computer to boost the track volume of all my mp3's and convert the boosted songs into new mp3 files (mp3 -> mp3). I was wondering if there was an app where I could do the same thing from my phone instead of having to turn on my computer to do it? I've gotten to the point where basically the only think I even use my computer for IS for music boosting/conversion, and I'm kinda trying to phase that out too, if possible. With Android, I feel like I don't have a whole lot of need for a computer anymore.
Wait till you start messing around with VIDEO. You'll need a computer then



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MediaMonkey on PC sucks. It changes the file and adds a MediaMonkey to the end of the extension; thus rendering all other apps from being able to find, locate, and play those media files. I was pissed when I started up my Traktor 2 Pro and it could no longer find my songs. I immediately uninstalled MM when I found this out.
On top of that, it SUCKS BALLS as a podcatcher too because it DOES NOT podcasts in their own folders (Found this out when I subbed to A GAZZILION podcasts & found myself sifting through episodes from a haystack of podcasts just to find the proverbial needle in the one episode from the one podcast I was looking for )

So as soon as I find another podcatcher (The only other one I have is iTunes, which I'm using to handle my video podcast subscriptions), MM IS GONE !!!!!



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I am looking for a media player that will show the encoded lyrics, as well.
I heard that Meridian would do it, but I do not see how it does. It can SEARCH for the lyrics, but I already have them all tagged into my files.
Any suggestions?

Thank you!
Unfortunately, Android does not natively support the ID3v2 USLT tag necessary to display lyrics. I just added a new feature request that would give Android this support. This will enable the native and 3rd party music players to display lyrics. If you want this feature, please star the request below, and post your comments.

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Any of them is ok really, just try one out and if it plays all the stuff you need, then its good
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The MixZing is a high level press gamer program to be used on your Operating system phone and pills. This program instantly shows the lines for an incredible number of music which it can play. Also along with lines it provides visual equalizer for mp3, aac, m4a and OGG information. The MixZing instantly helps you to save the playlists and allows you recover the remove music.
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All i want is a very simple music player just for playing files on my phone with a good shuffle and a good and customizable widget since i hardly ever go into the fullscreen. Still have not found one im 100% happy with. Started with songbird but it kept locking up my phone alot, then i tried doubletwist which was a really large app and i widget i didnt like. Now i'm using tunewiki which i know is more a social music app than just a standard player but it seems small enough, shuffles ok and the widget goes with the look of my homescreen so im sticking with it for the time being.
My first day with the new Sammy GSIII and i'm looking for a decent Music player along the same lines as you, PoerAmp and Neutron too fiddly for just basic music playback but thanks for the vote for TuneWiki. Just installed it and it looks and controls just the way i'd like.
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Hi there one and all. I am trying to use my Galaxy GT-P1000R Tablet to play Guitar Backing Tracks which are MP3 format. Here is my delima. I have tried different players and haven't decided yet which I will use but I cannot get any of the players to stop after playing one track. I have tried Winamp, Meridian, MixZing and a few others but I cannot get any of them to stop playing after one number. They all carry on into the next number in my playlist.

Can anyone tell me how to just play one song at a time only without a second later another song starts playing. How do I stop after one song. Keep in mind I have a guitar in my hand and not able to lean over and stop the play back of the next number without hearing a few seconds of the next number.

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I recently gave up on Google Play Music because I live in the middle of nowhere and reception is very spotty out here. Now I'm in need of a new music player. Play Music's shuffle setting always drove me nuts because it would often repeat songs right after they were done playing. Not to mention it just isn't a very nifty music player if your music isn't in the cloud.

So what music player would you recommend?

One feature I would love to see is pause upon headphone removal then resume when headphones are replugged.
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Hi there one and all. I am trying to use my Galaxy GT-P1000R Tablet to play Guitar Backing Tracks which are MP3 format. Here is my delima. I have tried different players and haven't decided yet which I will use but I cannot get any of the players to stop after playing one track. I have tried Winamp, Meridian, MixZing and a few others but I cannot get any of them to stop playing after one number. They all carry on into the next number in my playlist.

Can anyone tell me how to just play one song at a time only without a second later another song starts playing. How do I stop after one song. Keep in mind I have a guitar in my hand and not able to lean over and stop the play back of the next number without hearing a few seconds of the next number.

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Make a playlist of just that one song in any music player. Most players can do this by long clicking on the song. Then create playlist or add to playlist. Select new playlist. Then make sure that repeat is off. Then voila, Bob's you uncle and your one song will play without repeat and only that song will play.
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I am baffled by this thread, is it the case that most people download media files then use a convertor and also a separate app just to get album artwork ?

as far as i can see my missus (iphone user) rips cd's into itunes they have album art from the database and then when she syncs the phone its all there art work too.

I downloaded Kies for my S2 expecting to do the same. oh my. I cant believe that the stock programme does not even do this. how can you compete with apple when you have to use all kinds of other software just to build up a half decent media library ?

I moved some tracks from windows media player and Kies messed up the trakclist order ? plus it didnt bring the art work across ?

Help. i just want one programme (pc software) so i can build a library with art work that i can send to my phone. I have thoushands of cd;s to rip
I've always used Nero myself.
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I am baffled by this thread, is it the case that most people download media files then use a convertor and also a separate app just to get album artwork ?

as far as i can see my missus (iphone user) rips cd's into itunes they have album art from the database and then when she syncs the phone its all there art work too.

I downloaded Kies for my S2 expecting to do the same. oh my. I cant believe that the stock programme does not even do this. how can you compete with apple when you have to use all kinds of other software just to build up a half decent media library ?

I moved some tracks from windows media player and Kies messed up the trakclist order ? plus it didnt bring the art work across ?

Help. i just want one programme (pc software) so i can build a library with art work that i can send to my phone. I have thoushands of cd;s to rip
Since your wife has an iPhone, I assume you have iTunes. iTunes is actually a good cd ripper. Just make sure to rip them in mp3 format. You seem quite concerned about album art, and iTunes will go online and get it for you. You can always add ablum art to existing mp3s with TagScanner or I think iTunes might do it too.
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I've been using Double Twist Pro and overall enjoying the experience. Very user friendly and iTunes-esque. I like how it will find album art for you too.
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I'm using a Samsung Galaxy S2 running Ice Cream Sandwich. Is there any way to get the standard music app to not fade in, so I can listen to tracks without fade ins/fade outs/pauses between tracks? Or will I have to get a different music app? If so, what do you recommend?

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UberMusic is by far my favorite, although it's not free. Google Play Music is also pretty nice, plus you can listen to your music in the cloud.
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I'll settle for Mplayer/Mencoder...
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I vote for Astro player and Astro Player nova!

For internet radio I vote for Xiialive!
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I bought Jet Audio Pro 1.7.0, but looking around the net I found version 1.5.0 that has BBE and BBE VIVA working. Love this player! It makes the music on my phone seem as good as my Cowon MP3 player.

* 20-bands graphic equalizer
* Display lyrics in tag (Unsynchronized lyrics)
* 2 New lock screens
* 6 New app widgets : 4x1 (#2), 4x2 (#1), 4x2 (#2), 3x3, 2x2, 2x3
* Wide, Reverb, X-Bass sound effects
* AGC (automatic gain control) to avoid volume fluctuations between tracks
* Speed control from 0.5x to 2.0x (pitch adjusted)
* Crossfading, Gap-less playback
* Fade-in/Fade-out
* Browser and play music by artits, albums, songs, playlists, genres and folders
* Balance/Volume control
* Sleep timer up to 24 hours
* Flick up to post what you're listening to on Facebook/Twitter
* Flick down to show Now Playing
* Flick left/right to play next/previous
* Lock screens
* Repeat A<->B
* Headset button control
- press to pause/resume
- double/triple press to play next/prev
- long press to mute or TTS (time, title)
* Multi-select function (Delete/Add to playlist) for folder mode
* Keep screen on, Lock orientation options
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Maybe you can try MX Player from Google Play.
VLC, MoboPlayer for Android, all free for you.
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A question for those who've been around and tried a bunch: I'm looking for a simple music player app (or widget) that does NOT require internet permissions. Are there any? Free is good, but I don't mind paying if it's a decent app. I just want to play files from my phone, I don't want an app that's calling out to the internet for any reason.
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It ain't easy to use and it's ui sucks but neutron has the best sq I've ever heard on my phone.
Sgs3 on stock ics rom with siyah kernel 1.5.2 and my vsonic gr07 bass.
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A question for those who've been around and tried a bunch: I'm looking for a simple music player app (or widget) that does NOT require internet permissions. Are there any? Free is good, but I don't mind paying if it's a decent app. I just want to play files from my phone, I don't want an app that's calling out to the internet for any reason.
If that bothers you could always block it thru a firewall like that found in avast or droidwall.
Or use an app like lbe privacy guard.

Try out noozy and ttpod.
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I've tried a few video players but my s3 stock video player is the one I use
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I love poweamp. Sounds soooo much better than the Amazon one I was using. Oh, and it automatically downloads album art for you.
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I like my music to sound rich and full not tinny and shrill.
Please tell me in what way do the added Music Player Apps such as PlayerPro,
MoboPlayer, Neutron, PowerAmp, MediaMonkey?, ZPlayer make a difference over the [Ace] stock music player.
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Try Euphony Music Playerhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.picus.emp, its new and cool. They have skins, theme, and foreign language packs as well.
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Zimly,the Coolest MediaPlayer on Android.
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Hello everyone

Can anyone recommend a video player that has these features (if exist)

1. Able to Share - send video to TV (wifi, wifi-direct etc.) or send video to friends email etc..

2. Support Left / Right audio channels, NOT multi-track audio, they are different.

3. MOST IMPORTANT - Able to turn off 1 of the channel left or right, AND still have remaining sound come out of BOTH SPEAKERS.

I have tried these apps.

Moboplayer - support left/right - no sharing, sound out only 1 speaker
BSplayer - support Sharing - no left/right channel support
built-in vplayer - support sharing - no left/right support
Vplayer - support left/right but No Sharing
Dice Player doesn't look like it has channel or sharing either
Buzz Player - don't have free version to try
Dice Player - No left/right channel and sharing support
MxPlayer - No left/right channel support or sharing
and a couple other I've tried too that totally cut off 1 side of speaker.


what I'm trying to do is play youtube (asian karaoke files) and want to be able to turn off vocal on one of the channels and have the music come out of both speakers instead of totally cut off 1 side of the speaker.
there is an app on IOS that does it but ONLY avail on IOS. (already ask for Adroid version but they have no plan)

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p.s - my last phone was apple, now using GS3
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