AVI support on iPod Touch?

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  1. BoomBox-Creations

    BoomBox-Creations Member

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    Well.... the title says it....

    i dont care if it is in the video player or in a whole differnt app...

    Just if there is a app on the ipod from App Store or Cydia, please, i would like to know...

    I have a touch 2g... 32gb if that means anything to you touch hackers out there....


    Thanks for your time,

    BB-C
  2. Wiizz

    Wiizz New Member

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    That'd be fricken awesome.
  3. Sarcasm Siempre

    Sarcasm Siempre New Member

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    Use mplayer. Available in your local Cydia.
  4. vipfreak

    vipfreak New Member

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    Too bad it didn't use the existing movie app. Oh well.
  5. BoomBox-Creations

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    ooh.

    ill have to have a look at that...

    is there any more? just curious, thats all...
  6. jlgm25

    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    VLC its on cydia. i think
  7. Manny05

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    can't you change the AVI extension to MP4 or 3GP? via mobile finder/IFile
    i haven't tried that yet..but just a thought.
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    No, the player would not be able to decode the file propably if the file is a .avi and the player thinks its an .mp4
  9. joshpowell

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    mplayer is the only viable option i've found.. it's actually fairly usable. i've used it to watch a few full-length TV eps and a movie or two. lags a little bit, and is very barebones ATM, but is fluid enough to be watchable.

    VLC is more lag than play..

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