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Divx codec from motoroi anyone?

Discussion in 'Android Audio and Video' started by raydm, Apr 18, 2010.

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    Hi there. is it possible to get divx codecs or files or whatever is responseable for divx playback on motoroi to ported over droid. they both are running the same spec isn't?
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    If its the same OS, it might be possible. depending on if the codec uses hardware acceleration or not, however, unless you are talking about a different model, I don't see DIVX mentioned in the specs. I do see a build-in HDMI slot though.

    Motorola XT720 MOTOROI - Full phone specifications
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    There is an app in the market that already does this, although I've never tried it. It's called either yx flash or xy flash.
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    And there is another app as well, which was mentioned in a different thread:


    But the actual question was in regards of if a possible DIVX codec from a different Android device could be used in some form on the Droid.
    The specs of the Motoroi do not mention DIVX as a supported format, but if there was an Android device that actually had DIVX support, and it was running on similar hardware, then yes, its possible
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    I have tried yxFlash or whatever it's called. It worked really well for me actually, but its only a trial and only plays like 2 minutes of your file. I think the full version was like 10 bucks and I could be wrong, but I didnt think its not on the market, you have to pay them privatly... I dont do that

    I think something should come along soon... just nice to have for traveling.
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