Path Player is an intuitive, easy to use video player for Android 2.3 and above. It plays all your favourite videos seamlessly as it supports all major video and audio formats, including popular file and streaming formats.
– Picture – in – picture: You no longer have to choose between your favourite shows. With PiP, you can watch 2 videos at the same time! Simply, swap between the two for volume control. – Pop up player: Multi – tasking just became easier. Watch videos while running background tasks. – Dynamic Walls: Catch a glimpse of important scenes in the video in a snap with this unique feature. – File lock: Have a personal video you don’t want anyone else to see? You can lock it with a password, no other media player will be able to play it either! – DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance): Upload videos from your mobile/ tablet to another connected device on the same network. – WI-FI sharing: Share your media with friends and family with this fantastic new feature! – Thumbnails while seeking: Rewind or fast forward to the scene of your choice using thumbnails on the progress bar of the player window. – Bookmarks: Create multiple bookmarks at various intervals in a video. – Gesture Control: Control brightness, aspect ratio and volume easily, just by swiping the screen.
OS: Google Android 2.3 and above, including Jelly Bean 4.2 CPU: ARM v5TE and higher RAM: Above 512 MiB recommended
Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices. WyVideo Free is offered by Piotr Zaborowski. Last Updated: January 30, 2013. Current Version: 1.02
WyVideo is a simple alternative for JVC’s WiVideo. It lets you download photos and videos from JVC GC-XA1 cam.
I didn’t like WiVideo so I created my own app. You can use it to connect to your JVC GC-XA1 (Adixxion) camera just like via WiVideo and download not only photos but also videos, straight to your Android device, while the original WiVideo lets you download only photos. You can later share them via any mean with your friends or just convenietly watch on larger screen, without the need of PC version of WiVideo or memory card reader.
To download the media you have to set the camera password in the PC version of WiVideo and/or set the network profiles. You then need to use the Wi-Fi to Mobile function on the JVC GC-XA1 and connect to the same Wifi network, as your Android device – it can be a local wifi or an ad-hoc network (tethering) created by your device. Then just run my WyVideo Free to connect! Note that discovering the camera on the network can take some time and sometimes you have to try few times. I hope you enjoy it.
So far the app does not support live view, recording or changing camera settings. You can do that via original JVC WiVideo, but I’m working on it! The app supports only one camera in a network. Feel free to email me if you have any problems or suggestions with this app.
The free version is limited to 5 downloads and has ads. Please consider buying full version at play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=piozabor.android.wyvideo
Disclaimer: I put my best effort to create a safe and usable application, however I take no resposability for any damage of any device caused by the application. The author is in no way affiliated with JVC.
You use this application at your own risk.
JVC, JVC GC-XA1 Adixxion, WiVideo and other trademarks are properties of their respective owners.
– now working with large number of media files on camera, but in free version showing only first 20 files
Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices. Tribler Mobile – Beta is offered by TUDelft: Delft University of Technology. Last Updated: January 29, 2013. Current Version: 1.2
Send a recorded video phone-to-phone with Android Beam or peer-to-peer with a single tweet. No servers. No central point of control. Just phone-to-phone and peer-to-peer communication.
Beta release: Any problems on your particular phone with this app? In coming month we aim to fix all reported bugs and will try to make this app easier to understand. Your help is very much appreciated (and essential for our non-profit approach): forum.tribler.org/viewforum.php?f=4
PHONE-TO-PHONE Bump your phone with any Android phone to easily send a video. No Internet access needed. Requirement: NFC and Android Beam active.
PEER-TO-PEER ON-DEMAND STREAMING When you select/record a video, Tribler Mobile will generate a PPSP.me link. After posting this link on Tweeter, the phone will upload the video to the cloud (using P2P technology). Your Twitter followers can stream your video directly to their phones and computers. Requirement: 1 Mbps Internet (3G or wifi)
PEER-TO-PEER LIVE STREAMING Broadcast live video to other phones. The menu option “Start liver broadcast from you phone” plus pressing start will initiate broadcasting. You Internet Address (IPv4) becomes visible in your screen. Tell your friends which address you are broadcasting. Select the menu option “View ongoing video broadcast on your phone” and type in the Internet Address of broadcast to tune-in. Note: this is a Beta, in next version we will also have ppsp:// links to live broadcasts, similar to on-demand video links (Not easy, that requires signatures and source authentication).
This application can: – stream video without using any server – uses 4th generation P2P technology – mixes Java and C++
MORE INFORMATION tudelft.nl/en/current/latest-news/article/detail/tribler-mobile-videos-delen-ook-zonder-internet/
Uses an upcoming IETF Internet Standard to deliver video (both live and on-demand) to any device. It might be understood as BitTorrent at the transport layer.
The source code of this openly available under the LGPL license (Free Software Project): github.com/TriblerTeam github.com/rauljim/tgs-android IETF standard by PPSP working group: datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-ppsp-peer-protocol/
Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices.
The application for playing videos. The player can be controlled with BT Player Remote Controller. The applications can be used for example in the car, where you can use one tablet like video player for your children and controls playing content with Remote Controller in your phone. For communication is used bluetooth.
Installation: Both your devices has to support bluetooth. On the first device install the “Bluetooth Player”. For example on the tablet. On the second device install “Bluetooth Player Remote Control”. Run both of the applications.
User interface at “Remote Controller”: 1. connect to the device with “Bluetooth Player” application. (Start bluetooth at both devices. Pair them and choose the correct device.) 2. start player (power button) 3. choose media 4. play, pause, stop (hold play button) 5. forward, backward 6. increase and degrease volume (hold buttons for volume off or set maximum volume) 7. switch off the player (hold power button)