720p/1080p MKV(+DTS/FLAC/AC3) Player for android


  1. inisoft

    inisoft New Member

    SGS or some devices can play mkv well ( not flac audio ).
    but many devices are lack of these features.

    rock player / mobo player can play mkv. but only sw decoding.
    so 720p/1080p movies are not playable.

    diceplayer can do hw decoding. ( not all devices.. )

    Nexus-S/Desire HD/Incredible S can play MKV/AVI H.264 720p
    DualCore SGS2 / HTC Sensation can play 1080p clips.

    no need to convert your HD mkvs to mp4.

    go android market and search diceplayer.
    (there are 3day trial and commercial version )

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  2. Usta

    Usta Well-Known Member

    Interesting player, but I'm afraid it lacks certain basic things.
    I'll try to put my impressions in separate points:

    * Unable to play MPEG-4 ASP avi files, while they are stated to be supported. Rock/Mobo play these files just fine.
    * There is no media info as in other players
    * There is no skip forward/backward feature in settings
    * The playback information is strongly dependent on the device used and video specs. Those codecs/formats natively supported by Android will use HW decoding. The rest will use SW decoding, which is still fine.
    * Trial is only 3 days. This is a bit too short to evaluate an application fully.
    * The UI is very primitive. Please look at how well Mobo has made it.

    I strongly suggest to improve this player with extra features and make 2 versions of it: one for free and one paid with extra features. As it is now, I'm afraid I still prefer the free Mobo/Vital players..
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  3. evillincoln

    evillincoln Member

    Maybe I am missing something, but aren't virtually all 720p/1080p mkv files going to be too big to be on an android phone? Isn't the max file 2gb for the file system android uses?
  4. Usta

    Usta Well-Known Member

    The SD cards in Android phones support FAT32 system, which allows file sizes up to 4GB.
    The full hd videos can have different sizes, but they are rarely larger than 4GB.
    So, you don't have to worry about the file size.
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  5. craigchambers

    craigchambers New Member

    I'm not sure where you get your full HD videos from, but mine (sourced from my own Blu-rays, or saved from DVB-S2 Broadcasts) are invariably much larger than 4GB. In the case of Watchmen it's 38GB!!
  6. the_metal

    the_metal Member

    maybe its too much to play full hd on 4" screen !!!!!!!
  7. Usta

    Usta Well-Known Member

    If your files are that large, then a sensible approach is to convert them to smaller size files for mobile viewing. You can have the resulting videos smaller than 4GB and with good quality. This addresses also the limited storage issue on the phone.
  8. monkey3

    monkey3 New Member

    It looks good to enjoy HD videos..
  9. NZtechfreak

    NZtechfreak Well-Known Member

    Thats what MHL cables were made for...
  10. NX3

    NX3 Well-Known Member

    also Mobo player does hardware decoding on even ARMv6 CPU as well as ARMv7. For me its still about the best.
  11. Supaiku

    Supaiku Member

    yxplayer.
  12. Spartoi

    Spartoi Well-Known Member

  13. coolblue2000

    coolblue2000 Member

    The sound cuts out on mkvs in Moboplayer for me.
  14. coolblue2000

    coolblue2000 Member

    MX Video Player says that harware decoding is not available on my Tegra 2 Sony S1......

    Also the sound cuts out for mkvs unless I specifically select the prologic track rather than the default dts track. (Although at least it gives the option of selecting audio tracks which most other players do not)


    Diceplayer seems to work perfectly
  15. Spartoi

    Spartoi Well-Known Member

    Did you download the Codec made for Tegra 2?
  16. coolblue2000

    coolblue2000 Member

    I had yes. However soon after posting I received notification that an update was available, I updated and now it plays my mkvs perfectly!

    So I bought the full version and am now very happy.
  17. happyboybaby

    happyboybaby New Member

  18. hrdik

    hrdik Active Member

    y ... mx player with codec works
  19. craigchambers

    craigchambers New Member

    Usta - My point was that industry standard HD videos (e.g. Blu-ray, broadcast HDTV and video camera - all AVCHD files) are invariably much larger than 4GB. YMMV, but I'm assuming that yours have been in some way re-encoded at some point?

    I don't intend to re-encode for every device I own. I want to keep my videos in the highest quality that I can and play on them over the network. If I decide I want to travel with a video, I will re-encode to make it smaller, but my main use is in my house, so re-encoding should not be necessary.

    I'd just like a player that decodes the streams it can handle in hardware (i.e. h.264 video) and those that it can't in software (i.e. AC3 audio) rather than an all or nothing approach that I seem to see now.

    /Craig
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