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screen - Why won't my android video player display media in the correct aspect ratio


Thursday 05th of August 2010 / android.stackexchange.com
I'm using a Samsung Vibrant (Galaxy S) and when I play M4V video files, ostensibly formatted for IPhone, the device stretches the image to fit the screen rather than letterboxing. I can't find any option to change this. Is there a better media player or a hidden setting?
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Where Can I Find A Video Play App That Plays MP4 Files From My SD Card?


Sunday 10th of April 2011 / forums.androidcentral.com
I am looking for a free app that will easily play my MP4 video files, straight from my MicroSD Card. I also want to be able to listen to my music and view photos with it. Mainly, I want to easily be able to play my MP4 videos. What is a great application for this?
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Where Can I Find A Video Play App That Plays MP4 Files From My SD Card?


Sunday 10th of April 2011 / androidforums.com
I am looking for a free app that will easily play my MP4 video files, straight from my MicroSD Card. I also want to be able to listen to my music and view photos with it. Mainly, I want to easily be able to play my MP4 videos. What is a great application for this?
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Help - D2 tablet squishing images (wrong aspect ratio)


Tuesday 27th of November 2012 / androidtablets.net
I just picked up the D2 internet tablet from Big Lots this past weekend and I'm hoping somebody can help me with something. Overall it seems like a great little tablet for the price Big Lots is charging. This is my first tablet and honestly right now financially this is about all I can afford, and really I just wanted something simple to check out the web when I'm on the go.One thing thing though that is bugging me - the "aspect ratio" seems off when I view images like in a slideshow or manually through the super-HD player. To compare, my girlfriend picked up a Polaroid 4.3" tablet for a quick little media player, and when viewing images in that player, the images fill the screen correctly, top-to-bottom, while retaining the correct aspect ratio. That tablet has a side button that lets you exit applications.With the D2, there is no additional button, only power and volume, so it seems that when viewing images, it leaves a black bar on the bottom of the pad with little dots that seem to allow you quick access to functions. Because of that bar on the bottom, images do no
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Video Playing App which plays fullscreen + correct aspect ratio?


Tuesday 10th of April 2012 / androidforums.com
Is there a Video player App which plays the Video full screen without distorting the original aspect ratio?For example, the player should crop the Video on the sides so that the picture is full screen with the correct aspect ratio.I tried many Video playing apps including the default Android, Mobo player etc and non can do that.Is there any Video playing app which plays full screen + keeps the original aspect ratio?Thanks in advance.
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Best music playing app?...Which I can also use on my PC?


Sunday 03rd of March 2013 / androidforums.com
Hi all,It's been a while since I've been on the forums, apologies.I've been using my Ipod for years but it's the 8 gig one and I've had to move stuff about all the time. I suddenly realised why not use my phone? It's an HTC Desire with a 32gig Micro SD card.I'm currently using song bird but the one really big downfall in it is the inability to "rate" music whilst on my phone. I tend to import a load of music, and rate is as I go along and delete what I don't want...but can't do it with songbird as I am unable to rate the songs....that being said, maybe songbird does have this capability and I'm just using it incorrectly?So...can anyone recommend a program which loosely fits the following criteria?1. Can rate music on the device.2. Has an equivalent program which I can use on a windows PC so I can arrange files, delete stuff, create playlists and of this point, most importantly allows me to export directly to the micro SD in the phone if it's docked to the PC etc.3. Allows you to play music from a micro SD card rather than the phones paltry hd.4. Isn't very draconian, Probab
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which video calling app actually works?


Sunday 11th of September 2011 / androidforums.com
simple as the thread title. which video calling app works? I hear stuff about skype or qik or whatever.. i just need one that works. thanks.
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Video capture app that works on Galaxy tab?


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I am looking for a video capture app, which works on Galaxy tab. I mean an app, which records what is displayed on the screen (not what is seen on the camera).I bought “Screencast Video Recorder” a year ago, but it didn't work on my tab.I wonder if there is any video capture app that works on Galaxy tab? I search Google Play, but I only find apps with low ratings, which don't seem to work.
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Which is the best video capture app?


Thursday 21st of November 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I am looking for a video capture app, which also can record music. I mean an app, which records what is displayed on the screen (not what is seen on the camera). I bought
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[Yes, This Is As Cool As It Sounds] Company Develops 360-Degree Video Format, App That Plays It Back On Your Android Phone


Wednesday 05th of March 2014 / feedproxy.google.com
360-degree video. Next to the holodeck, it really is the holy grail of next-generation viewing. The possibilities are seemingly endless - can you imagine a 360-degree drone video drone copter buzzing around a basketball arena or providing live coverage of a protest in a foreign land? A submarine wading through the depths, giving you the complete ability to pan around the undersea world? And unlike 3D or other crazy video tech, you don't even need a special TV - just a way to control the current area of focus in the video. You could even play it back on a smartphone, couldn't you?Video courtesy of ARMDevices.netA company known as Finwe was demoing just such a technology at MWC in Barcelona last week, and as the video above should fully convince you, it's pretty damn incredible. Utilizing a cluster of, essentially, 12 GoPro HD cameras glued together and then stitching the resulting files into a 360-degree panorama (done using a discrete piece of software), Finwe showed a fully interactive 6K (!) video playing on a Nexus 5. Utilizing the gyroscope, you can tilt and pan around the video
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