Originally Posted by Striatum_bdr
I play the tegra demo video 1080p, hardware decode mode with MX video player.
Originally Posted by jefbeck
i can even play 1080p videos using mxplayer pro. cm7 latest temasek kang, stock cm7 kernel. you better try it.
Sent from my Optimus 2X using xda premium
As I understand it he was referring to Flash video streams from You-tube in 720p played in the browser!!!
Given the right codec the hardware is of course absolutely playing vids up to 1080p - I had never glitches using external player like Moboplayer.
But the Point was 720p played in a Web-browser!
...that is arguably a little more demanding for the hardware since these interfaces produce a little more overhead.
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Originally Posted by temasek
I used your attached trailer video, played on my KANG build #30 in Dolphin HD browser. Full screen playback in 360p smooth...that's good enough for me.
As I wrote I could play it in 720p in full screen in the standard CM7 web browser using your KANG (P204-29 it was) with ironkrnL - didn't test, but I am sure it will also play with standard kernel.
Full screen was distorted with Dolphin HD and Opera, but (as I wrote) I am not sure if it isn't related to the 32MB-ramhack of the ironkrnL - I will test this later...
But it played well in Browser...
And of course 360/480p is usually more than absolutely enough on a mobile device, but he wants the video to look good on an full HD Big screen - as I understand it.
And as mentioned in your KANG-thread (a little OT there...), if the video is coded in codec not supported by the phones hardware i.e. coded with webm like the example from the KANG thread...
...it won't work.
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