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    Video player with subtitles support

    Any suggestions for a decent video player with subtitles support?

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    MX Video Player



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    Tried that. Doesn't seem to handle .mkv files, looses sound after 3-4 minutes of playback.



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    QQPlayer

    Give that a try. You can find it in the Play Store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tencent.research.drop

    Edit: QQPlayer. Don't see the subject using the mobile app. :-O


    Last edited by Berrydroidcafe; 04-02-2012 at 11:45 PM.

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    Thanks, I'll give it a try



  6. #6
    I think rockplayer might. You get a popup where you select which language before playing the video.



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    VLC

    VLC is also announcing the release of android player - but haven't yet as to date.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BJEagle67:1634
    VLC is also announcing the release of android player - but haven't yet as to date.
    I have a love/hate relationship with VLC. I love it using PinguyOS, but hate it on Windows 7!



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    Have never had any audio problems playing .mkv files with MX Player.
    However, I find that subtitles are not visible if hardcoded onto the file. No such problem if there's a separate subtitle file (eg. .srt) for the video, MX Player n Mobo player will support it.
    One feature I like about MX player is, upon opening the application, all the video n audio files on your device will be shown, a feature missing from Mobo player (another good player).



  10. #10
    Mobo Player supports MKV files with subtitles. It's got a fairly decent interface and supports other formats across the net as well



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    The best I have used would be Mobo and MX video players. MX is more updated than MOBO so that is what I use currently. The subtitle files do work.



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