Best Tablet for Anime Fansubs


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  1. den_lim

    den_lim New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anybody know which tablets can play anime fansubs (usually avi or mkv) without any conversion?
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  2. jtbnet

    jtbnet Well-Known Member

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    Divx avi work my great on 10in. 1GHz ZT-180 tablets that I have... I did play one mkv but can't say all work as usually use pretty compressed/small avi's...
     
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    Dvalin21 Well-Known Member

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    Is it possible, or is there an app that installs codecs like for windows?
     
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    jtbnet Well-Known Member

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    Archos uses a pay as you go codec plugin for their players most other players have what they need statically linked in I believe... thus why I've needed to keep a few players installed to handle all cases I've come across..
     
  5. Hajile_Ibushi

    Hajile_Ibushi Well-Known Member

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    Sample videos from the Imouto.net DXVA tutorial. These are the h264 anime samples run on an Archos 70. No extra codecs installed. Thanks to Dejavus.

    The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y3D1P6kIr0

    Clannad NCED theme (Dango Daikazoku) 720p with karaoke soft-sub

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20W_6GggdQo

    When i get my unit, i'm gonna try uPnP and see if i can read it straight off my download server.
     
  6. Hajile_Ibushi

    Hajile_Ibushi Well-Known Member

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    Weird, i only posted two video links.
     

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