Do you enjoy watching videos on your iPhone? Do you hate not being able to because your iPhone cannot support the video format? Or do you hate the inconvenient and time-consuming hassle of trying to convert video formats to fit into one that your iPhone can support?
This is why the AVPlayer was created. The AVPlayer can play almost any computer video file format such as AVI, Xvid, WMV and much more clearly and effortlessly. No converting hassles. Just copy files via USB and just drag and drop into the AVPlayer’s Media Explorer.
The AVPlayer can also support external subtitle files such as SMI and SRT. So if you enjoy watching videos on your iPad, then the AVPlayer is an absolute necessity.
• Support Formats
- Dolby Digital (AC3), Dolby Digital Plus (EAC3)
- Support High quality video clips ( 720P, 1080P )
- XVID,AVI,WMV,RMVB,ASF,H264,MKV… most of all movie file formats.
- SMI, SRT, TXT, SubStationAlpha Subtitles
• Post Processing
- High quality video processing
• Control the playback speed (From 0.5X to 2.0X)
- User setting support
- Sweep to the left : move to backword 10 sec
- Sweep to the right : move to forward 10 sec
- Sweep to the top : 1.5X speed
- Sweep to the down : normal speed
• Additional features
- Rotation Lock / Aspect ratio:auto/16:9/4:3/Full screen
- Folder Management:Pass code/Move/Rename/Create
- Resume play from last position
- Scrubbing search
- supports e-mail attachment by "Open In" feature
• USB/WIFI Transfer
1. How to add video with USB
- Run iTunes 9.1 or above
- Device->My Device(My iPad)->Apps, drag and drop files to the AVplayer's documents
2. Support High quality video clips ( 720P, 1080P )
- High quality video clips of 720P (1280 x 720) or more are recommended for MP4 format.
- MP4, MOV, M4V formats that QuickTime supports can be played up to 1080P by using H/W Decoder but, Post Processing function isn’t provided.
- Support H/W decoding for MKV and AVI (720P supported on iPad1, 1080P supported on iPad2 / The New iPad)
- Hybrid decoding mode is added and now it is able to play high resolution videos by using hardware accelerator feature embedded in iPhone/iPad even for mkv or avi in h264. Also battery use time has extended.
- Application may crash in iPhone 3GS / iPod Touch due to heavy use of memory in Hybrid decoding. Try turning off all application running in background and reboot the device by holding down sleep mode button for long time.
- If screen shakes it means hardware decoding is not supported. Try turning off hybrid decoding.
- When the file formats are available for MKV or AVI the player supports hardware decoding.
- If you cannot choose audio in mp4 or avi, change the extension to mkv temporarily and chosen audio channel will be applied.
3. The optimal speed when advancing its playing speed can differ depending on the way it’s compressed and the size.
Video clips of XVID (AVI) 720 x 480 can be fast played up to 1.3-1.5 times faster than normal.
Fixed the problem that the Inbox doesn't appear after "share and copy to ..." on iOS 11.
Fixed the bug AVPlayer doesn't start streaming when launched by URL scheme from other Apps such as "FileBrowser".
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Feature request and bug report
I was glad to see that it already supports iPhone X 2 months ago, but the latest update still haven’t take the full advantage of iPhone X’s hardware.
The first thing is HDR, well, it does decodes HDR video, but the color space isn’t quite right, resulting a somewhat washed out image.
The second is zooming, now it won’t use the whole screen, the largest area it covers is the safe area, I think it’s better that you add a mode that covers the whole screen, leaving users to decide whether they use or not.
And it also has some bugs you need to take care of, one is that the right side of preference setting screen is omitted a little on iPhone X in landscape mode; another is something I encountered on both iPad and iPhone, which is that it duplicates the video frame and arranges the image side by side when it plays a high bit-rate 4K video or something similar using software decoding, although it stutters heavily and not really watchable in the first place, but it’s a bug anyways.
I’ve been gladly using this as my go-to video player in my iOS devices for the last 5 years, using all of its functionalities. there are things though that needs to be done so that it’d be an easy 5star app for me; First the “proper” support of HDR not just playing HDR contents, then a suitable “search” tab within the library (which is crucial for people like me who carry tens of GBs on their devices), and lastly fixing some bugs related to some specific mkv-related codecs which cause ugly visual & sound scrambles during the whole video-watching experience whenever you extensively use forward and backward functionalities...
Despite all, I genuinely appreciate your team’s effort to bring up an all-rounder among appstore’s video players 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
My preferred media player app for iOS. Will give five stars when I have REAL full screen while watching videos in iPhone X (yes, I don’t mind the notch) Apparently you can zoom it all the way vertically in landscape, but even when you can zoom it also horizontally, the video doesn’t use all space available. It looks an old iPhone
- 50.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.