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VLC has the most codecs I've found. More than mx pro

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VLC has the most codecs I've found. More than mx pro

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I'm horribly satisified with MX with the custom ffmpeg from XDA-
 
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VLC has the most codecs I've found. More than mx pro

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My vote goes to VLC too. It's still in beta but its good enough to be prime. The best video player for windows and mac.
 
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My vote goes to VLC too. It's still in beta but its good enough to be prime. The best video player for windows and mac.
Yeah it is great. I do have mx pro too

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