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Default RockPlayer: First public beta available

We released first public beta of RockPlayer just several minutes ago.

RockPlayer can play most kinds of video files including avi, mkv, rmvb, flv, mp4, 3gp, wmv, mov, asf, divx, xvid, and h264 formats. This version supports android versions from 1.6 to 2.2. It requires an armv6 or armv7 CPU with vfp instruction set. Sorry G1/Magic/Hero users, your phone's CPU didn't have vfp.

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Download link: http://groups.google.com/hk/group/rockplayer/files
Official forum: http://www.diffthink.com/forum/

Please also note this is a beta version and would expire on July 15.

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When I try to adjust the volume it does it for the ringer and not the video MOST the time, but not all the time. I usually have to hit play and pause a bunch and then do the volume to adjust the media volume. Using the motorola droid.
 
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When I try to adjust the volume it does it for the ringer and not the video MOST the time, but not all the time. I usually have to hit play and pause a bunch and then do the volume to adjust the media volume. Using the motorola droid.
You can only adjust media volume while media is playing. If it's paused there's no volume to adjust.

Loving the beta so far.
 
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You can download it here.
 
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Does anybody know if this play .asx files? I want to use it with orb

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The July 15 expiration can be removed! It is not so hard.
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Does anyone else have issues with playing certain files?

When I try to play MKV files on my N1 (running kang-o-rama 0.8 final) it will not play properly at all. Also, when I try to play FLV files I just get audio, no video.

And eventually I would like to see subtitle support. Yeah I know I'm picky, but I like to watch anime on my phone :)

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