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Old 4th September 2019
alidayvn alidayvn is offline
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Default BSPlayer for Android devices

I would glady pay $10 for a video player that can do hardware decode and keep the original frame rates on XviD files on my AT&T Galaxy S2 Skyrocket. I believe it has something to do with the processor (dual core 1.5 ghz qualcom snapdragon) not being able to decode b-frames, which results in choppy playback.

The BS Player hardware decode seems to output original framerates, but it is buggy. But it is showing a lot of promise that this will be the first player in the android market that can actually have hardware acceleration, and fluid playback. Please keep up the good work.

Other players I have tried.
-Out of the box "Video" player. Choppy XviD playback.
-MX Player. Choppy XviD playback on HW decode. Smooth XviD playback on SW decode, but the video looks very pixelated.
-Dice Player, slightly better framerates than standard XviD player, but still very choppy on hardware decode.
-VPlayer. Same as MX Player.
-Mobo (mobo team). no hardware xvid decode.
-Mobo (video team). no hardware xvid decode.
-Act 1. Choppy XviD playback on HW decode.
-Kascend. Choppy XviD playback on HW decode.
-IMPlayer+. Only SW decode.

BS Player lite- Smooth XviD playback on HW decode, but buggy! You guys are the only ones that is on the right track.
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