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By LancerV, Senior Member on 8th July 2011, 11:53 PM
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Anyone found a Mkv player that will play 720p I can find some that will either play video no audio or audio with no video

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9th July 2011, 04:10 AM |#2  
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I'm wondering, have you tried moboplayer?
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I'm wondering, have you tried moboplayer?

Yep get no audio

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9th July 2011, 05:18 AM |#4  
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Just tried it myself. I keep getting FCs out the yin-yang on that app for some reason. Worked great on OG Droid. Have you tried any of the VLC streaming apps yet? VLC supports MKV container, it's just sometimes you have to set the default audio channel. That is probably the reason why we can't get any audio out of the MKV files though, no way to set the defaults (yet).
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Got it working. I moved the media off the /mnt/sdcard-ext and put onto /mnt/sdcard and it worked. My removable card is a class 10, so it should not have had any problems. Try moving your video over to see if that works.
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If I select soft decoding it works ok with moboplayer would the file size matter its a 2gb file

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I don't think the filesize matters. I tried three different files as well as one I created with multiple audio tracks. Still trying to figure out how to change audio.
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try QQplayer. thats what i use and it workds great for any quality mkv.
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