Sep 18, 2012
There is an application called QVOD that downloads videos to a local cache on the Android device, and for many devices it works just fine. For many devices however. If the device is running ICS, frequently the playback features stuttering audio. I have found where QVOD saves the video files, although it separates them into several pieces, making it difficult to just browse to that directory and use an alternative player, such as MXPlayer. I have found that if you cat the files together into one RMV file, you can then watch it with another application and it plays just fine. That means the audio codec built into QVOD is almost certainly the problem.
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What I'd like to do is build a simple graphical app that allows you to view the videos in that folder and automatically cat the files together so you can either save them or view them in another player. Having some background in programming, I understand the process flow of this is very simple. Unfortunately, I do not know how to program in java. Ideally, it would be great if the makers of QVOD addressed the problem directly, but having spoken with them on QQ, it doesn't seem they have any interest in doing so.
I don't see this program taking more than a hundred lines or so, and would be a great contribution to the Android community.The application will SURELY get a lot of attention, because it will not only allow those with audio problems to enjoy their videos, but it will allow those that aren't having problems viewing to at least save the files and also have a CHOICE of what application to view them in.