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If xoom can play (ripped blu rays to mkv)1080p mkv files -mirroring to tv.

This is a discussion on If xoom can play (ripped blu rays to mkv)1080p mkv files -mirroring to tv. within the Motorola Xoom General Discussion forums, part of the Motorola Xoom Forum category; I honestly think its only a matter of time and a bit of optimization of the Nvidia Tegra 2 drivers, as I've just watched an ...

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    I honestly think its only a matter of time and a bit of optimization of the Nvidia Tegra 2 drivers, as I've just watched an episode of Boardwalk Empire on my HTC Desire with minimal stuttering.

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    Was it mkv file Zammo and what file spec 720p/1080p?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zammo View Post
    I honestly think its only a matter of time and a bit of optimization of the Nvidia Tegra 2 drivers, as I've just watched an episode of Boardwalk Empire on my HTC Desire with minimal stuttering.
    He's right sooner or later it will happen for zoom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlito1971 View Post
    Was it mkv file Zammo and what file spec 720p/1080p?


    No it was an HDTV XVID FQM but I'll give it a try with an mkv and report back on here later.

    Edit.

    I tried it out with an .mkv file and the video was lagging & choppy plus the sound out of sync at the beginning and then the sound was totally distorted after the first few minutes. So it was pretty much unwatchable. This was tried with QQplayer and Vplayer on two different .mkv files.
    Last edited by Zammo; 03-28-2011 at 07:27 AM.

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    Hi Zammo,
    Thanks for tests with mkv.Im so dissapointed with no ability to play mkvs.
    I wonder how rockplayer will perform with mkvs on xoom.Maybe you may give a try.
    Must be any solution to do this.I have no expirience with android at all.Maybe install some codecs like core avc which works with windows weaker netbooks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlito1971 View Post
    Hi Zammo,
    Thanks for tests with mkv.Im so dissapointed with no ability to play mkvs.
    I wonder how rockplayer will perform with mkvs on xoom.Maybe you may give a try.
    Must be any solution to do this.I have no expirience with android at all.Maybe install some codecs like core avc which works with windows weaker netbooks.
    RockPlayer should be able to handle DIVX and XVID files on the Xoom without issues, however, the HD MKV files that use H264/x264 video will result in stuttering playback because RockPlayer isn't optimized for the Tegra2 yet.

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    Maybe anybody has any news when rockplayer might be able optimize its soft for xoom-tegra

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    As far as i know, android Tablets support the storage of single files up to 4 GB and only play single video files smaller than 2GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by FoxrealVideo View Post
    As far as i know, android Tablets support the storage of single files up to 4 GB and only play single video files smaller than 2GB
    No, the blu-rays that I've converted to xvid and h.264 were mostly over 10GB in size and transferred just fine to the Xoom's internal memory and played without a hitch. They were single files.

    *edit* wow foxreal, necro much? lol, just realized this thread is from March.

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    Lol. This is funny. Such an old post. We shall bring it back!!!

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