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Can't Get Videos FullScreen or Proper Audio

Thursday 07th of January 2010 /
Title basically says it all. I can get the video to play (From the Gallery...) and then from there it's about 1/4 the screen and the audio sounds like some morse code from hell... I converted it from .MKV to .MP4 but still having the above issues. I used Xilisoft Video Converter to do the conversion. So do I need an app, a different format or what?
posted on: Android Tech Support
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Sync/Transfer your own Movies (DVD, Blu-ray, HD videos) onto Coby Kyros tablet

Thursday 27th of December 2012 /
Both Coby Kyros MID7012 and MID7015 are great for watching movies. If your movie isn't already in one of the Kyros supported formats or it's still on a DVD/Blu-ray, you'll need to encode/re-encode it first. Here we will show you how. If you happen to get this bargain Coby Kyros tablet MID7012 or MID7015, you'll be interested in the below paragraphs. As Coby announced, this is a great choice to watch movies on Kyros, but we still can't ignore its format limitation since it supports AVI, 3GP, MP4, MPG, RM, RMVB, MOV, FLV e WMV/MKV (1080p). If you have some Blu-ray/DVD collections or the 1080p/720p videos you've downloaded from websites which are not in the supported video format, you'll need to convert them to Coby Kyros compatible video format first and then sync them to your Kyros tablet for playback. The article below will help you better enjoy your 1080p/720p HD video and DVD, Blu-ray movies with your Coby Kyros. Just follow it. Free Download the App - Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate (Currently on sale
posted on: Pavtube Software Studio
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Hack the Nexus 7 to record 720p videos

Tuesday 11th of September 2012 /
Google Nexus 7 is without any doubt an amazing tablet, and it comes with a bag full of bells and whistles but still it couldn’t stop the hackers to come up with some extraordinary tweaks. If you like shooting videos with your Nexus 7, but you are not satisfied with the video quality, then you can take it up a notch. A developer known as hillbeast over at the XDA-developers forum turned the Nexus 7 into a 720p shooting tablet.Out of the box, the Nexus 7 comes with a 480p video shooting capability, but the device supports 720p shooting at a hardware level, so why not? Hillbeast mentioned that “Google didn’t add the media profile for 720p to tell it how to use 720p”, though after installing the hack, you will be able to record 720p videos.Check out this link if you want to take the real advantage of your Nexus 7. And do share your experience with us in the comment box below, so are you planning to hack your Nexus 7 or you just don’t do recordings with your Nexus 7?
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Can the Droid play 720p videos?

Monday 28th of June 2010 /
I'm curious because a 720p version (mp4) video I have doesn't play, but a 480p version (also mp4) does. Is it the video or is it the resolution?
posted on: Android Tech Support
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playing videos. mov or .wav

Thursday 23rd of February 2012 /
Anyone jave issies playing any of these movie types how do i or can i play them
posted on: Android Tech Support
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how many hours of battery does the Tab 2 7.0 get when playing 720p videos?

Monday 13th of May 2013 /
how many hours of battery does the Tab 2 7.0 get when playing 720p videos? (with screen brightness at auto, in average room light)
posted on: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2
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Videos appeared Choppy when transferred from Kies to Galaxy Tab

Wednesday 14th of September 2011 /
Hi... I realised that that, whenever I transferred any videos from KIES to the Galaxy Tab, I experienced some problems....1) Videos directory was found in "DCIM - PHOTOS" folder, instead of "MOVIES" folder on my Galaxy Tab... And I had to manually transfer the video file back to "MOVIES" folder on my Tab.2) Videos all appeared very choppy or lag, or pixelated, when played on various kind of media player available.At first, I thought the problem lies with the format of my videos... But later did I realise, when I transferred the videos to my Galaxy Tab using the Tab as a MASS STORAGE, it works! All my videos appeared well on any kind of media player in my Tab!!Anybody has the same issue as me? Any solutions to KIES?
posted on: Samsung Galaxy Tab
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720p videos choppy or stuttering?

Friday 12th of August 2011 /
Hi everyone, I just picked up an Asus transformer and noticed that my 720p video playback is a bit choppy. Do you guys have any suggestions? Sent from my SCH-I510 using Tapatalk
posted on: ASUS EeePad Transformer
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Note 3 Streaming Video Choppy & Stuttering (T-Mobile Samsung)

Friday 15th of November 2013 /
Is anyone else getting choppy video from streaming webpages on the Note 3? I've tried everything, stock browser, Chrome, Dolphin, all tried with all options: Desktop View, App View, WiFi, 4G - it's all the same. I even downloaded Flash and installed and still doesn't help. Cleared the cache, rebooted, tried everything, still the same. Video is choppy and even repeats (stutters) some frames over an over. HELP!
posted on: ASUS EeePad Transformer
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Cannot Play new videos uploaded or downloaded to the Note 10.1

Wednesday 20th of November 2013 /
Recently It's been impossible to play videos I downloaded on the tablet I get "Cannot play video Sorry, this video cannot be played", however those I uploaded to the tablet earlier have no problem.I've uploaded videos via MobileGo, Kies air even directly saved onto the CD card in the PC but they still wont play. mind you all three methods worked perfectly in the past. This problem became noticeable very recently and I would appreciate any assistance to solve this. I've never had to do a Hard or Factory reset on this device since I have it.Watching YouTube videos is not a problem, however I've downloaded a few tutorials that I want to view without the buffer under-run problem that I sometimes get.Your Help will be greatly appreciated.Thanks in advance.
posted on: ASUS EeePad Transformer
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