What do you use to watch your Xvid DVD rips?Support


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  1. dontpanicbobby

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    I use FairUse Wizard 2 to make my own Xvid .avi rips from my DVD collection and was surprised at the lack of a compatible Video player on my Galaxy S II. My friend had the Media Room app on his My Touch which handled them fine.

    I downloaded the free version of MX Video Player and was so impressed I bought the Pro version to lose the ads. What's your favorite video player for the t-mobile Galaxy S II?
     

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  2. R=G

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    I'll use a converter for AVIs but I usually just make HD MP4s.
     
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    What do you watch the HD mp4s on your phone with?
     
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    The stock player...I don't even use any media player from the market place. I either DL a HD Mp4 or make it myself with Megui or Handbrake. The x264 codec>>>Xvid codec...ESPECIALLY since it that's the make up of all HD MP4s to begin with.
     
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    The stock player is okay (now that I finally found it tucked away in utilities). I still like the additional functionality of the MX Video player enough that I don't regret my purchase.
     

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