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Best Video Player?

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I just wanted to ask which Video Player is best for Blade?

As in overall in performance and codec support?

Is it Mobo Player? Or is it MX VideoPlayer?

Thanks.

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QQ Player

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my choice :moboplayer.

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The best way is to only play videos that the built in video player will play. I recommend an mp4 file with h.264 baseline profile video and AAC audio. That way you will always use hardware decoding, meaning better performance, better reliability, and longer battery life.

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The best way is to only play videos that the built in video player will play. I recommend an mp4 file with h.264 baseline profile video and AAC audio. That way you will always use hardware decoding, meaning better performance, better reliability, and longer battery life.

can u suggest the converter which can convert videos into the format specified by you .. thanx..

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can u suggest the converter which can convert videos into the format specified by you .. thanx..

Here is the perfect guide for using Handbrake as a vide converter:

Encode video for the Orange San Francisco ZTE Blade

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Rockplayer plays everything: it is my favourite.

Also QQplayer plays everything.

Mobo is also used a lot.

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ive tried both and seamans player and rock player and most other on the market

i keep going back yo moboplayer

it can play most files most other players cant, e.g ive run .mkv, .rm and rmvb

it is built using ffmpeg

and they also do an arm v6 codec pack

it works perfectly and no slow downs at all, running at stock speed (use an app killer if your blade is running slow)

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Hi, Ive tried a few but prefer rockplayer, if it wont play a video then long click on the file and play using software decoding mode, this usually works, if not then convert the file to a format the phone will support, I use avs video converter which has a nice option where you can select video for android, "mp4, h.264, 480x320, 30fps" the option is automatic and the quality is good.

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As a video player, I prefer mVideoplayer. But if you need codec support, then Mobo.

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MX player is the best. Period

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mx player!

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Guys is DicePlayer incompatible with zte blade

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+1 Mobo Video.

Or is there better video player with codecs and supporting all formats with subtitles?

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^ MX player is the best man

even plays x264 high l4 videos downloaded from projecttv tv shows

i tried mobo player...it should be name' mofo'player

shitty app cant even stretch the videos to full screen

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Mx player and v6 codecs pack plays anything nearly

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There are many video converter can be used well. But I still choose Android Video Converter.Because my telephone is Samsung Android phone. Although I don't know which one is the best converter, but I can use Android Video Converter to transfer many video formats to my Samsung Android phone. More information can click http://www.recovery-android.com/

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iPubsoft Video Converter for Mac is a professional movie file converter for Mac. The tool can easily convert among various video formats including MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, MPEG, Xvid, DivX, H.264, 3GP, WMV, FLV, MOD, TOD, WTV, MXF, MVI, M4V, etc. as well as audio formats like APE, MP3, AAC, AC3, WAV, WMA, etc.

How to recover android text message on windows computer ?

How to get the deleted samsung contact back ?

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