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Old 14th January 2012
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BSPlayer for Android v1.2 build 124

I can only report what I see, BUT I see my .mkv 720p Avatar movie is being streamed from my QNAP NAS via 10/100 Ethernet using HW (Hardware Acceleration).

If I view an .mpv 720p Avatar movie it is also seen as HW decoded when streamed from my NAS via 10/100 Ethernet.

I know, I was a bit surprised to see that too.

This is on an FV-1 Android TV box running Android v2.2 which sports a 1GHz SP5V210 ARMv7 PowerVR SGX540

Currently have the box plugged into a 1920x1200 24" IPS Full-HD monitor via HDMI which is set to movie mode.

I have BSPlayer Decoding mode set to: Hardware decoding mode (BSPlayer engine)

The File information overlay indicates the follow:

File: Avatar.mkv

File: matroska,webm@25.000fps
Video #1:h264, 720x576 (HW acc)
Audio #1:aac, 48000Hz, 2ch
FPS: 24.93, avg:24.04


File: Avatar.mpv

File: mov,mp4,m4a,3gp, 3g2,mj2@25.000fps
Video #1:h264(avc1), 720x576 (HW acc)
Audio #1:aac, 48000Hz, 2ch
FPS: 24.97, avg:25.01


So, the movie is on the ragged edge of frame stability with a _very_ small amount to 'stutter'/frame skip due to my Android boxes hardware/OS limitations.

Using any number of other Android video players I am NOT able to get the picture playback stability I can get with BSPlayer Lite.

This bodes well for BSplayer looking forward.
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