MX Player v1.6e Pro Final
Requirements: Android 2.1+
Overview: MX Video Player – The best way to enjoy your movies.
a) MULTI-CORE DECODING – MX Video Player is the first Android video player that performs multi-core decoding. According to the test results on dual-core devices, it shows up to 70% performance improvement than single-core devices.
b) CPU OPTIMIZATION – Provides highly optimized Codecs and Rendering Engines for the processors including ARM® NEON™ and NVIDIA® Tegra™ 2.
c) PINCH ZOOM – Easily zoom in and out by pinching and swiping across screen.
d) SUBTITLE SCROLL – Scroll on subtitle text and playback position will be adjusted to match previous or next subtitle timing.
e) BETTER SUBTITLE READABILITY – Increased subtitle readability with thicker border and shadow around text.
f) ANDROID 4.0 – Fully supports Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
- DVD, DVB, SSA/ASS Subtitle Tracks.
- Sub Station Alpha(.ssa/.ass) with full styling.
- SAMI(.smi/.sami) with ruby tag support.
Sometimes license checking could fail on the first run.
It typically happens when current time or time zone settings are incorrect, or Internet connection is unavailable. Please check the time setting and Internet connectivity.
If you can’t buy from Android Market, please check our home page. We support more payment methods. (sites.google.com/site/mxvpen/buy)
About “modify battery statistics” permission: MX Video Player displays current battery state while playing video. To do this permission to read battery state is required. However Android does not distinguish between reading battery state permission and writing battery permission. This is why, despite battery state is only being read, permission to write battery state is required.
About “System Tools – display system-level alerts” permission: This permissions is required to block HOME key when input blocking is activated on video playback screen.
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What’s in this version:
Improved input lock and added the Kids Lock.
Improved headset key input handling.
Added an option to disable http/https video URL association.
Added an option to apply selected aspect ratio to all videos.
Added ‘Use system default’ to screen orientations.
Added an option to display remaining time instead of elapsed time. This can be easily switched by touching elapsed time text on the right edge of video progress bar.
And many more..
Statistics: Posted by opsss — Sat May 19, 2012 8:39 pm