By Newin Inc.
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nPlayer provides high quality video play performance and easy control-UI supporting almost all kinds of video formats and codecs without file converting efforts.
And nPlayer also supports H.264/MPEG4 hardware acceleration and
powerful, stable streaming technology which enable to stream-play from WebDAV, FTP, SMB, UPnP/DNLA server.
With your finger tip, you can adjust playback position, move to previous and next subtitle position, adjust location and font size of subtitle, control volume and brightness.
Experience the nPlayer’s high quality performance and excellent UI now.
- Support OFFICIALLY Dolby audio codec (AC3, E-AC3) !!!
- Support Dolby Mobile Surround Sound
- Support H.264/MPEG4 Hardware acceleration for MKV, AVI, FLV and so on over Local, HTTP, FTP, SFTP and SMB protocols
- Support almost of any video files : MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, WMV, ASF, FLV, OGV, RMVB, TP etc...
- Support almost of any audio files : MP3, WAV, WMA, FLAC, APE etc...
- Support subtitle files : SMI, SRT, SSA, IDX, SUB, LRC etc...
- Support image files : JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, TIFF etc...
- Support embedded subtitle
- Support CUE file
- Support Toshiba wireless storage (FlashAir, Wireless SSD, Wireless Adapter)
- Play video and music files in iPod library
- Play video files in Albums
- Built-in WebDAV client to stream and download media files
- Built-in FTP client to stream and download media files
- Built-in SFTP client to stream and download media files
- Built-in UPnP/DLNA client to stream and download media files
- Built-in SMB client to stream and download media files
- HTTP, FTP, SMB Streaming
- Support Cloud storage (Dropbox, GDrive, OneDrive, Box, Bitcasa)
- Aspect ratio : Default, 1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 5:3, 16:9 etc
- Scrolling horizontally on subtitle text : Move to previous or next subtitle text
- Dragging vertically on subtitle text : Adjust subtitle position
- Pinching to zoom on subtitle text - Adjust font size of subtitle
- Selecting subtitle file
- Selecting font of subtitle
- Selecting text color of subtitle
- Support SAMI(SMI) Tag
- Support SSA/ASS with full styling
- Support multi-track subtitle
- Support multi-track audio
- Speed control : 0.5x ~ 2.0x
- AB Repeat
- Screen rotation lock
- Screen lock
- File management : Delete, Move, Rename, Create
- Folder passcode lock
- Wi-Fi Transfer : Transfer files without USB cable connection
- USB Transfer
* Gesture Features
- Tap : Menu
- Double tap : Play/Pause
- Drag horizontally : Playback position adjustment
- Drag vertically on right half of the screen : Volume control
- Drag vertically on left half of the screen : Brightness control
- Drag horizontally on subtitle text : Move to previous/next subtitle text
- Drag vertically on subtitle text : Subtitle position adjustment
- Pinch to zoom on subtitle text : Subtitle font size adjustment
What's New in Version 2.6.5
- Supports iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus
- Supports H.264 High profile 10 (Hi10P) hardware decoding (minimum spec: iOS 8 / iPhone 5s, iPad air, iPad mini retina)
- Fixed the crash issue in iOS 5.x
- Download feature in nPlayer browser has been eliminated in the contents streaming sites such as YouTube according to Apple's policy.
- Fixed other bugs
Improvement request- update
-update: the two issues mentioned earlier were fixed. Now a perfect player
This is a good player, and I mainly use it for playing ripped CD music stored on my server through SMB. However, there are two issues bugging me, and I cannot give it 5 stars due to these issues. When the CD is ripped with single image and I play through CUE file, starting tracks beyond track 01 always take a long time to load (later tracks take longer). I believe nplayer is scanning scanning from the beginning of the same single image file every to reach the timestamp, even in a continuous plaint from track to track. Can the scanning be minimized or made more efficiently? Another issue, for music ripped into individual files, and I don’t have CUE file. The default list of nplayer is sorted by file size, which never gives me the correct order to play the track. Can you make it to sort the file according to file names or track number tags?
The Only good video app
After trying 7 or 8 different apps, this is the only one that handles 10bit video. It's one of only 2 that properly handles 1080p media with subtitles. (The other is Moliplayer, which doesn't support Dolby.) It also has a beautiful interface and advanced network-streaming features.
Really, for how much better this is than every other app on the market, it deserves 5 stars.
However, it lacks DTS support and the ability to set audio/subtitle defaults. (Videos are sometimes slow to load, although this is probably a flaw with the CPU rather than the software.)
Oustanding media player - easily the best
Hands-down the best media player app I've ever used on my Ipad and Iphone and I've bought a bunch. I'm currently using this app primarily to stream media from an external drive, which is connected to the excellent RAV Filehub hardware device (also recommended) with its built-in wifi. I am utilizing NPlayer's SMB support functionality to get some VERY fluid HD streaming. It works flawlessly. In fact, NPlayer has played every file type I have thrown at it. This is easily one of my most valuable apps. Definitely recommended.
- Category: Entertainment
- Updated: Oct 29, 2014
- Version: 2.6.5
- Size: 33.3 MB
- Languages: English, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: Newin Inc.
- © Newin Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.