I write a video player app but has no G1 to test it


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  1. Romulus

    Romulus Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi, I've heard that Android has just a very simple video player now, so I also write one (well, simple) video player.
    But since I'm an Asian, it costs some time to get a G1 device, thus I can't test my app on a real device. (It works on the emulator, though)
    Anyone with a G1 device interested in it? I put it at http://sites.google.com/site/eternalsandbox/Home/iiivpa.apk
    I'll appreciate any response or comment.
     

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  2. Masonator

    Masonator Well-Known Member

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    says its currently unavailable at that address!! sorry dude. would have given it a go.
     
  3. N3TWORK BURN3R

    N3TWORK BURN3R Well-Known Member

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    Anyone wish to give this a try?
     
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    dskyers Well-Known Member

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    what exactly doe s this do before i try it
     
  5. Romulus

    Romulus Member This Topic's Starter

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    It's now published at Android Market named "Meridian Video Player".
    For most people concern, no flash player, no WMV9/WMAS (WMV8 sometimes playable, I don't know), no Reals, only H.264 and H.263. This is due to the hardware limitation. (Unless you have the dev phone)

    So what I do (v0.4 now) is the user interface, especially the "gesture control". Instead pressing small buttons, simple gestures are used to control the video.

    Take a try. It's better than the other 4 players.
     

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