1. BIGPADDY's Avatar
    Hi All

    So what your most favorite video player app for Windows Phone?
    02-13-2014 04:20 PM
  2. genuine555's Avatar
    Moliplayer, hands down.

    Apart from a very "occasional" issue playing 1080p files (reported by others but I can play everything I throw at it though), it does everything I want it too.

    MoliPlayer Pro | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)

    Key features:
    1. Plays almost all VIDEO formats: avi, mkv, mp4, h.264, rmvb, wmv, flv, ts, m2ts, and vob. etc.
    2. Plays almost all MUSIC formats, epecially lossless musics: aac, mp3, ape, flac, and ogg etc.
    3. Displays almost all SUBTITLES: embedded or seperate: srt, ssa, and *.*** etc.
    4. Smooth playback of hi-def MKV video at 1080P with no over heat issue
    5. Organizes videos & music in separate folders
    6. Easy wireless video transfer from your PC browser in WiFi network.
    7. FAST upload from PC to the camera roll of the internal storage and/or SD card.
    8. Easy GESTURE control, swiping for volume, brightness and FF/REW.
    9. Remembers the last played position and resumes playback where it was left
    10. Displays thumbnails of all videos
    11. Password protection at app start
    Also :

    -Adjustable screen (full,fit,custom zoom by pinch)
    -Connects to any DLNA server (connects ONLY to DLNA "servers" though, so does not stream TO other DLNA devices)
    -Screen lock while playing.
    -HW/SW decoder switch



    Not free but well worth the fee.
    BIGPADDY likes this.
    02-13-2014 06:15 PM
  3. AndrewL920's Avatar
    As for now, Moliplayer is the best video player for playing non native video files. Otherwise, I stay with default video player because I do not like how MoliPlayer handles 1080p native video files.
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    02-16-2014 12:49 PM
  4. genuine555's Avatar
    As for now, Moliplayer is the best video player for playing non native video files. Otherwise, I stay with default video player because I do not like how MoliPlayer handles 1080p native video files.
    Until now I haven't had a single 1080p not playing correctly.

    One good tip I would recommend for ppl having issues playing those, is to obviously play them from the SD-card, but more importantly make sure the SD-card is formatted in exFAT file system instead of FAT32, with lowest unit size (4096 bytes).


    It makes the card handle large files and read/writes a lot better.
    BIGPADDY likes this.
    02-16-2014 05:21 PM

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