My 7" Pandigital Novel serves my purposes pretty well, though a bit on the heavy side. The BN reader program (Epub), photo viewer, audio player all work OK. Only problem is video playback.
The video player is supposed to play .mov, .mog3 and .mpg4 formats and it will play some videos in each format. Mostly, however, it plays the audio but no video.
I presently have a Sony reader and of course all my books are epub. I'm getting a Nexus 7 android tablet shortly and was wondering what format it's reader takes and if not epub would Calibre be able to change my epub books to the nexus 7 reader requirement or can I get an epub reader to work on the tablet....thanks garry
I have two android applications with source code. One is a PDF reader and another is an ePUB reader, but I want to merge them into one app so that it will act as a single application and when I will download the epub it should open with epub reader and similarly when I will download the pdf it should open with pdf reader.
The HTML5 <video> tag behaves improperly on Firefox for Android.
When the video is set to loop it mutes the audio on it's first loop. So the first pass through it plays video/audio no problem. When it re-starts the audio is gone but the video continues to play. A check for volume and muted returns 1 and false.
hello hello. hey everybody hope you are good. So anyway, i have a video I shot on an android (3gpp), but I have an obnoxious background audio layer that I would like to remove and keep the primary audio(closer to microphone) of my choosing. I tried a random googling, but the results are not worth even looking at so far.
Digging into the new features and capabilities present in Jelly Bean, one item we have discovered is the addition of USB Audio. Support for USB Audio means audio from a Jelly Bean based device can be accessed via the USB port.
I am listing online videos in my app and want to download only audio corresponding to that video. Is there any way to do it in android? I saw How to download audio from a video streaming url in the Android SDK? but it is unanswered.