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MPlayer Ported for Android
The search for the perfect player will never end. Now, XDA member ajeet17181 told us about the successfully ported MPlayer to Android devices running 1.6 and above. This powerful player features support for all subtitle format, proper audio video sync, uses libfaad2 and libmad for aac and mp3 decoding, and stream URL support.
The developer requested for users to leave feedback with bugs found and if it is working on your device, so it can be updated on future versions.
Originally posted by ajeet17181
[APP] MPlayer for Android
I have successfully ported MPlayer for android.
It should work on Android 1.6-2.3.
Try and post your device detail and feedback here. Once it gets confirmed that it is working on other devices I will upload it to market also.
1) Support all subtitle format.
2) Proper audio video sync.
3) Uses libfaad2 and libmad for aac and mp3 decoding.
4) Stream URL support
I have tested with gt540 2.1.
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