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Discussion in 'TV & Video' started by PhilipX20, Oct 11, 2017.

  1. PhilipX20

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    Been trying to find it but never had any luck. MX Player is really good but a bit lacking compared to CCCP.
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    CCCP? ...as in Союз Советских Социалистических Республик, i.e. the USSR?
     
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    Video codec pack.
     
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    Apparently this 'Combined Combined Community Codec Pack' isn't an Android app but rather an obscure Windows codec package:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combined_Community_Codec_Pack
    Looking through the list of codecs it includes, it doesn't look like MX Player isn't the one lacking, CCCP does. Apps like MX Player and VLC each can view a wider range of different codecs but that's more or less irrelevant as this is a Windows issue (... and Windows applications like SMPlayer and VLC can also view an equally wider range of different codecs than CCCP).
     
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    I have video files I transferred to my Android but they won't play whereas on Windows with CCCP they would. Gotta convert them to MP4, I suppose.
     
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    What format are the videos in? Because I've got some 1080p H.265 10-bit movies, but found that my Android phones and tablets just don't have enough raw CPU power to decode and play them. And the only thing I have that can is an Intel Core2 Duo Macbook Air laptop with macOS.
     
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    What app did you try to view those video files? And just as relevant but what kind of Android do you have and what are the basic specs on those video files?
     

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