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RockPlayerBase: The Android AVI, MKV, DIVX y RMVB player

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RockPlayerBase: The Android AVI, MKV, DIVX y RMVB player

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It's something a lot of us avid Android fans have missed and now at last we have a multiu format media player!!! RockPlayerBase

At the moment it's in private beta testing phaseand so far the reports are fantastic. It requires > Android 2.1 and a decent processor

If you want to give it a try you can download it from the original SoyAndroide article here

The link is at the bottom of the article, marked Pruébalo (Spanish for try it out)

More details:

movie:

MKV

H264 High profile, 720×304 @ 405Kbps @ 24FPS

AAC, 44.1KHz

perfect quality

14 to 20 FPS

tv show:

AVI

DivX 5, 704×384 @ 1,097Kbps @ 24 FPS

MP3, 48KHz @ 128Kbps

perfect quality

22 – 24 FPS

anime:

MKV

H264 High profile, 848×480 @ 302Kbps @ 24FPS

AAC, 48KHz

lots of artifacts

no subs (ASS, Advanced Sub Station)

8 to 15 FPS

handbrake:

MP4

H264 Baseline profile, 800×448 @ 3,120Kbps @ 30 FPS

AAC, 44.1KHz @ 151 Kbps

perfect quality

13 to 16 FPS

Artbeats 720p HD Demo:

MP4

H264 Main profile, 1280×720 @ 5,994Kbps @ 30 FPS

AAC, 44.1KHz @ 66Kbps

perfect quality

3 to 6 FPS

Artbeats 1080p HD Demo:

MP4

H264 Main profile, 1920×1080 @ 10Mbps @ 30FPS

AAC, 44.1KHz @ 192Kbps

perfect quality

1 to 3 FPS

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Just been trying this out and it works very well. Have only tried a 700mb divx encoded file so far but played at a good frame rate and quality was fine for the screen size of the HTC Desire. Looking very promising indeed!

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Thanks for share our news and blog! :)

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Seems to be working on my nexus with 2.2 on it. Will do more testing and report back if i find box issues. Been waiting a long old time for a decent multi format player to bond along.

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Thanks for share our news and blog! :)

You're welcome... nice to be able to post stuff from home ;-)

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Tested on the Desire, Nexus and Liquid and it's working really well :)

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www.megaupload.com was blocked in China :)

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www.megaupload.com was blocked in China :)

here the mediafire link i found somewhere on the internet

http://www.mediafire.com/?2zye5tyx4lo

i tried on my legend but can't use.black screen then return to root folder..

any idea?

thanks

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Is it actually faster than yxplayer?

When I try XviD with it (TV caps like Mythbusters), the video is like a slideshow, seems to have half the frames, barely watchable...

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Thanks for the heads up, gonna give it a try also!

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Watch Out and be careful. My XP computer found the file laden with Bloodhound.PDF!gen

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Watch Out and be careful. My XP computer found the file laden with Bloodhound.PDF!gen

Its unlikely to be a threat, Bloodhound.PDF!gen is a heuristics detection method for trojans embedded in PDF files which exploit vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader. The Problem with heuristics is that they look for patterns in files, which can throw up false positives as well as finding infections. As the file is an android program intended for running on an ARM processor, and not a PDF file intended for use with Adobe Reader, it is highly likely that this is a false positive. If you are really worried send the file to your antivirus manufacturer for them to scan properly and remove it from their definitions file.

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Anyone tested this on a HTC Hero? Or am i dreaming in thinking it will work.....

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Anyone tested this on a HTC Hero? Or am i dreaming in thinking it will work.....

Installing this app stops marketplace from working or downloading anything. But it plays video pretty damned well.

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HTC Desire - it works very well

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any chance you could upload it elswhere? they have exceded there bandwidth lol

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This is great! It plays xvid TV shows on my Milestone without any problems at around 17FPS. So the whole thing is watchable. But still needs a few FPS to be perfect. And streaming from a wifi would be nice too.

I remember that I was doing this a long time ago on my HP Ipaq 214 (128MB RAM and 624MHZ processor) with coreplayer. It was streaming a video from my network without any problems. HP had a little better processor than the milestone but I hope that something simillar will be soon available for Android too.

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really good player, plays all my xvid files alot smoother than my lcr 1.72 rom liquid e. but one concern i have is, the video files seemed to have been compressed/re-encoded to a lower resolution almost. My native video player plays them at natural resolution they are encoded in. is there a setting for this or is it just like that for now with no way around?

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Hey!

I am using my SGS for 2 days now and to be honest, I haven't seen a better player so far, nor a player which would play ANYTHING I download and then put straight to my Galaxy S. I have tried 1080p too and it plays it smoothly as hell.

+ super amoled screen = the best and true HD movie experience on a 4inch screen. (Not to mention possibility with 5.1 channel sound)

HF!

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Just a heads up for everyone on 1.6 with a decent processor, I have had this up and running for the past few weeks on my X10 and it runs no problem at all :(

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Hi

It seems to be an inadequate question here: i have try the Rock Player and i works great, but i have a problem transferring large file like 720p HD movies (often 5 to 9gig) to my Samsung Galaxy S, i am very new to Android. Could anyone help me, thanks very much

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Hi

It seems to be an inadequate question here: i have try the Rock Player and i works great, but i have a problem transferring large file like 720p HD movies (often 5 to 9gig) to my Samsung Galaxy S, i am very new to Android. Could anyone help me, thanks very much

You worn be able to copy files bigger than 4gb to your SD card as it's a limitation of the fat32 file system.

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would be nice if it had a switch to display current fps for testing..

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Hi to all.

I am new with HTC Desire please tell me how to install this RockPlayerBase and if it can step by step.

Thx very much.

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