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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by RenoMD, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. RenoMD

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    Forgive me if this has been asked before (a search brought nothing up) but I was wondering if anybody knew of a video playing app that supported multiple audio tracks (e.g. commentary, languages)? I have a couple of mp4s with 2 tracks but the second one is the only one that will play in act1, video player, etc.
     

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    Bumping this, since I'm too looking for a media player that supports multiple audio tracks. With the newer Android phones' ability to play large files, I'd think that there's a more full-featured movie player on the way.

    VLC for Android please!!!!
     
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    Still, almost a year later, there is no VLC for Android. Has anyone else had any luck finding another player that can handle multiple audio tracks and subtitles in mkv files?
     
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    Never seen one. Just remove the track you dont need in windows first.
     
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    I heard RockPlayer can do it :)
    Press Menu button while video runs.

    CORRECTION:
    Must be RockPlayer Universal.
    With start of the video RockPlayer asks about audio tracks (if there more as one track :) ).
    Dialog is a little strange: "Please" > 1 "Unknown" 2 "Unknown" ....

    Harry
     

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