"Android M" users must update it to "1.7.32 rev 1". It will fix some important issues related to Android M.
For others it's optional. You can continue to use old codec ( 1.7.32 ).
It's fully compatible with the latest MX Player 1.7.40
About this project:
In Recent version of MX Player DTS & DOLBY audio codec supports are removed from the official MX-Player. If your video has dts/dtshd/ac3/eac3/mlp audio tracks it won't play any audio. Only video will be played.
So, I have re-compiled the ffmpeg sources with DTS/DOLBY audio support for our MX-Player lovers.....!!!
DTS/DOLBY Support doesn't meant that you will get true multichannel audio output. In MX Player it will be downsampled to 2.0 (stereo) since Android doesn't support multichannel audio output
Now this project is migrated to XDA-DevDB. You can download the codec files from download tab. For mobile users I will provide the direct links in this post as well. You can follow the project by clicking on Follow button or Click here. The followers will get the notification whenever the new version is updated.
See the Second Post for the Instructions & Download Links
(The Codec loading method has been changed. Please Read the Instructions before report..!!)
These Custom Codecs are compiled from FFmpeg Source Codes used in MX Player which is licensed under GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) version 2.1 or later. MX Player ffmpeg source codes can be found here
MX Player Custom Codec, Tool/Utility for the Android General
Current Stable Version: 1.7.32r1
Stable Release Date: 2015-06-07
Last Updated 2015-06-07