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What video formats can the vibrant play

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by vamp6x6x6x, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. vamp6x6x6x

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    Hey can the vibrant play avi, dvix, mpg, mkv, etc.
     

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    All of those. I'm not sure about divx though.
     
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    Do I need any special player to play those formats with or will the default player if there is one work?
     
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    Plays divx just fine.

    Aswell as AVI and Xvid.
     
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    Default player plays all them just fine.

    I got 10 divx, xvid, avi etc movies on my phone currently.

    Play it though the tv out at friends house etc.
     
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    cool, ty for your help :)
     
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    Ok Do I need a codec or something because I sent a mpg video to my phone and it wouldn't play
     
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    Has played everything and anything I've tried
     
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    As a matter of fact the Samsung Galaxy X, including all variants) have been DIVX HD Certified.

    Mobile Phones | DivX.com

    BTW the SGH-T959(D) is the Vibrant, though I'm not sure why the D is on there.
     
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    I thought it did, but my default video player wouldn't play every format so I had to download VPlayer.
     
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    Two things top of my head that default can't play: rmvb and vob.
     
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    I can't hear any sound from iphone videos that other send to me. I can see the videos. But no sound comes out. I assume iphone is H.264 format since it's 720p.

    So are you sure the Vibrant supports iphone/quicktime video formats?
     

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