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moboplayer
Jan 30, 2013, 11:41 PM
Hello,ererybody. MoboPlayer 1.3.264 is released,welcome you to use and put forward your valuable opinion.The download url is https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clov4r.android.nil ;and you can go to our website www.moboplayer.com to understand our moboplayer.The changelog is that fixed: Part of Russian translation fixed: Can't save the play state while checked "Continue to play while off-screen" fixed: There's no picture while Soft-Decoding on part of device of android 4.1.1 fixed: Failed to parse some external subtitles fixed: The setting interface is slur for part of devices fixed: It is not timely after exchange the subtitle Added: Search and download subtitles on line (Thanks for the subtitles of "opensubtitles") Added: identification of charging.



Menneisyys2
Jan 31, 2013, 03:43 AM
Hello,ererybody. MoboPlayer 1.3.264 is released,welcome you to use and put forward your valuable opinion.The download url is https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clov4r.android.nil;and you can go to our website www.moboplayer.com to understand our moboplayer.The changelog is that fixed: Part of Russian translation fixed: Can't save the play state while checked "Continue to play while off-screen" fixed: There's no picture while Soft-Decoding on part of device of android 4.1.1 fixed: Failed to parse some external subtitles fixed: The setting interface is slur for part of devices fixed: It is not timely after exchange the subtitle Added: Search and download subtitles on line (Thanks for the subtitles of "opensubtitles") Added: identification of charging.

1, this is an iOS forum and not an Android one ;-)

2, nevertheless, my quick notes:

- DTS audio / ASS subtitle / TS (DVB) container support could be implemented

- any way to use hardware decoding for H.264 streams in MKV containers? Currently, it's only hardware-playable MKV files (that is, ones with Vorbis video / audio) are played back in hardware; the much more common H.264 ones aren't.

UnwiredTech
Jan 31, 2013, 04:27 AM
Mxplayer

Menneisyys2
Jan 31, 2013, 04:56 AM
Mxplayer

Yup, it is far superior to MoboPlayer:

- it has EXCELLENT SSA support

- has no problems with M-JPEG camera AVI videos

- has full(!) support for DVB-T TS files - even full subtitle support, in addition to audio track swithicng support

- supports hardware decoding with more files than MoboPlayer (but not MKV + H.264 files, unfortunately)

- has fast forwarding / rewinding gestures

And a minus: it doesn't have DTS support either.