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Do you enjoy watching videos on your iPad? Do you hate not being able to because your iPad cannot support the video format? Or do you hate the inconvenient and time-consuming hassle of trying to convert video formats to fit into one that your iPad can support?
This is why the AVPlayerHD was created. The AVPlayerHD can play almost any computer video file format such as AVI, Xvid, WMV and much more clearly and effortlessly. No converting hassles. Just copy files via USB and just drag and drop into the AVPlayer’s Media Explorer.
The AVPlayerHD can also support external subtitle files such as SMI and SRT. So if you enjoy watching videos on your iPad, then the AVPlayerHD is an absolute necessity.
• Video Format Extension
- Support High quality video clips ( 720P, 1080P )
- Dolby Digital (AC3), Dolby Digital Plus (EAC3)
- XVID,AVI,WMV,RMVB,ASF,H264,MKV… most of all movie file formats.
- SMI, SRT, TXT, SubStationAlpha Subtitles
• Post Processing
- High quality video processing
• Control the playback speed (From 0.5X to 2.0X)
- User setting support
-Sweep to the left : move to backword 10 sec
-Sweep to the right : move to forward 10 sec
-Sweep to the top : 1.5X speed
-Sweep to the down : normal speed
• Additional features
- Rotation Lock / Aspect ratio Control
- Folder Management:Pass code/Move/Rename/Create
- Resume play from last position
- Scrubbing search
- supports e-mail attachment by "Open In" feature
• USB/WIFI Transfer
1. How to add video with USB
- Run iTunes 9.1 or above
- Device->My Device(My iPad)->Apps, drag and drop files to the AVplayerHD's documents
2. Support High quality video clips ( 720P, 1080P )
- High quality video clips of 720P (1280 x 720) or more are recommended for MP4 format.
- MP4, MOV, M4V formats that QuickTime supports can be played up to 1080P by using H/W Decoder but, Post Processing function isn’t provided.
- Support H/W decoding for MKV and AVI (720P supported on iPad1, 1080P supported on iPad2 / The New iPad)
- Hybrid decoding mode is added and now it is able to play high resolution videos by using hardware accelerator feature embedded in iPhone/iPad even for mkv or avi in h264. Also battery use time has extended.
- Application may crash in iPhone 3GS / iPod Touch due to heavy use of memory in Hybrid decoding. Try turning off all application running in background and reboot the device by holding down sleep mode button for long time.
- If screen shakes it means hardware decoding is not supported. Try turning off hybrid decoding.
- When the file formats are available for MKV or AVI the player supports hardware decoding.
- If you cannot choose audio in mp4 or avi, change the extension to mkv temporarily and chosen audio channel will be applied.
3. The optimal speed when advancing its playing speed can differ depending on the way it’s compressed and the size.
Video clips of XVID (AVI) 720 x 480 can be fast played up to 1.3-1.5 times faster than normal.
What's New in Version 2.5
- Fixed audio issues on iOS 8
- Performance optimization.
- Supports the HTTPS protocol for streaming and downloading.
- Fixed the Dropbox streaming problem.
Basic subtitle functionality is glitchy, and lacks crucial features.
Update: I discovered that some of the issues I had were on my end, and have edited my review to reflect that; nevertheless, this app remains unreliable for subtitles even after fixing them.
I bought this app because I saw it recommended by many people for watching subtitled mkv files. Strangely, though, it seems this app is rather poor at handling subtitles. It will inevitably hang on a line after several minutes, requiring one to scrub through the video to another location and then scrub back to get the subtitles to reload. Doing this, however, sometimes messes up the audio, requiring one to do it again to fix the audio.
The app also seems to be incapable of displaying separate subtitles simultaneously at arbitrary locations, which is essential in scenes where multiple dialogues are occurring simultaneously or characters are talking over each other. Because of this, even if the subtitles were working perfectly, it would be unusable for my purposes anyway.
Overall, I am disappointed in the app, and would not recommend it to anyone who will primarily watch media with soft subtitles.
What else could possibly compare?
I've seen some criticism for people seemingly doing slightly more advanced things on the app than I am (just playing files) so I can't really speak to that.
What I can speak to is just how consistent and perfect this app is. It plays my files perfectly. It speeds them up perfectly. It loads them perfectly. It pauses perfectly. The files display great. Just a great, great player.
Background play back
Avplayer and avplayer hd are both good applications to play multimedia files, although there's an issue with both of them, even with multitasking enabled, they stop playing music files after playing one or two songs, and unless you open the app again, it won't continue playing. I've used different media players on iPhone and ipad and I always thought this is the best, I hope you fix this issue. I use this applications on iphone 4s/6plus and iPad 4G.
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- Category: Entertainment
- Updated: Oct 16, 2014
- Version: 2.5
- Size: 17.2 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Seller: EPLAYWORKS
- © 2010 eplayworks
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.