Is there a non-flaky AVI player for iPad?

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  1. dapeeper

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    Thanks, but I was looking for an iPad solution. I can already watch videos on my pc as I stated. Air video will not help me when I am 1000 miles from home.

    I think I have finally found it in the Buzz player which has worked very well so far and includes streaming.
     
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    Its odd that VLC is the best viewer on the PC but for ipad its the worst!!!
     
  3. Frezing Phoenix

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    I second that! I've been using VLC for some time now and it has been playing back FLVs, and SD DIVX movies and episodes superbly. :ipad-peacock:
     
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    Hasn't anyone noticed the shading pixelation on VLC? Is it just me or does it look like a VGA image circa 1988. cinexplayer has the best rendering, but it crashes relentlessly.
     
  5. dapeeper

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    For me now, the search has ended.

    Buzz player, I have found to be the most steady with least problems (except the sync of sound after a pause) but no crashes and plays all my videos.
     
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    none of the players i use = runs the video smooth or the audio/video lags on ipad. I'm going to assume that it's due to memory issue....so what's the best way of converting a mkv to mp4 container and down converting the screen size to ipad
     
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    Can you get avi files into BuzzPlayer or Oplayer with iFile from the Camera Connection Kit from an SD card?
     
  8. dapeeper

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    Yes, using cut/copy and paste into the relevant app folders.
     
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    Where are buzz player videos stored on the ipad? It is not seeing any of the movies I had transferred over for vlc...
     
  10. Tim SPRACKLEN

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    All videos are stored local to the app that downloaded them. If you need to open them in another app, then you need to use the 'Open In' facility offered by the iPad's operating system, iOS.

    Tim
     

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