That's actually the list view for Apple TV.Nice update. The picture you posted showing the different List View - what platform is that? It's not what I see on the Air 2.
In progress for a future update.Still no subfolders
Yes, Infuse is able to browse and play content from the Connect Wireless Stick. https://www.sandisk.com/home/mobile-device-storage/connect-wireless-stickDoes it work with Sandisk's wireless drive as well?
x265 isn't officially supported at this time, but it something we're hoping to add in a future update.Thank you for replying! There's one more thing: I find that Infuse plays x265 videos perfectly sometimes and others it repeatedly drops frames. This appears to be the case on all 64bit devices(I don't have any 32bit). What causes this?
Yes, exFAT works great with iXpand and Infuse.Hello, I have a question: I am planning to buy a 128gb Ixpand.I make my own blu-ray rips, but they are usually larger than 4gb. Therefore, I will have to use The Exfat file system. Will Infuse be able to read from the Ixpand on a 12"9 Ipad pro ? Thanks
Thanks for the suggestion.Also, one thing that apps like Infuse seem to miss is the tracker of upload progress so that one can see from iPad whether wifi transfer has completed. This way, I can start the transfer and walk away from my computer with my device and know when the transfer is completed instead of guesstimating and potentially cutting it off. There is at least one app out there that offers this functionality, so it's not impossible.
Thanks for the suggestion, but I do not see myself using that option. Either good old iTunes transfer or WiFi and lack of SuperSpeed USB support on iPad means that WiFi it is pretty much all the time. It is much easier for me to "push" files to the device than having to "pull" them.Thanks for the suggestion.
One option in the current version is to browse your Mac/PC using Infuse and pull the files to your device. Doing this will allow the download progress to be shown.
Superb! The moment split screen and hopefully PIP arrives, bye bye AVPlayerHD on my iPad. Still use Infuse on my iPhone of course, will be nice to use them both in tandem again