How to play ac3 audio format in android
Guys, tried to run a TV series with ac3 audio forma,, couldn't play the audio. Anyone here Can help me out on this matter?
Option 1: On any version of windows. Use VLC (link).
Option 2: If you have Windows 7/8/8.1, install K-Lite Codec Pack Mega (link). Use either the included Media Player Classic, or any other player including Windows Media Player.
Option 3: If you have Windows 10, install K-Lite Codec Pack Mega (link). Use the included Media Player Classic. Windows Media Player won't work.
Option 4: If you have any Linux, then you should know what to do better than me.
Option 5: If you have an Apple product, call customer support.
Option 6: If you have Android. Use MX Player, with custom codec pack for ac3 audio. Instructions here.
lol. one heck of an instruction.
Originally Posted by Swapnil
I hate VLC. I use k-lite+ KMP
but k-lite+POT player is the best combination. on windows.
on android, I use KMP + custom codec.
MX + custom codec works fine too.
Last edited by Badhon_raj; December 23rd, 2015 at 22:57.
use video player ultimate on Android, MX player can't play AAC and AC3 in many cases.
MX Player plays AAC and AC3 flawlessly in my case, when the custom ffmpeg codecs are installed following the instructions I've linked to. But I've ditched MX Player as well as whole android for video playback because of lack of support for MKV ordered chapters. I liked MX player a lot though, for it's intuitive gesture controls and that HW+ decoder that used to save a lot of battery in my Nexus 7 while still being able to play 10-bit h264 videos. Watched hundreds of hours of Animes on that before ordered chapters became a norm for the encoding groups. Now I use PotPlayer on HP Stream 7, with plan to upgrade to another Windows tab with better quality hardware.
Originally Posted by redwan hasan
Haven't tried video player ultimate though. Might give it a try sometime in future.
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I also hate VLC, mostly because of it's audio quality.
Originally Posted by Badhon_raj
On desktop I use K-lite + JetAudio. I've tried to replace JetAudio multiple times, but no other player gave me better interface+control. Some of the example UI element of JetAudio I can't live without:
1. Middle click to pause with mouse, freeing up the left click to do other stuff.
2. Moving video window by clicking anywhere inside the video, not only the titlebar.
3. Multiple sets of keys in multiple region of keyboard for full set of control.
4. Borderless video window (with option to be always on top), while still having an optional separate taskbar band for control with mouse.
5. Some perfect video/window resize options. Again accessible from various UI elements and keys.
6. Awsome seek options. Like a dedicated seekbar on full screen top. Keyboard seek with arrow keys. 5,10,30,60 sec seek with arrow keys and modifiers. Mouse thumb button seek etc etc.
Also, JetAudio Plus with Sound Expansion pack has better sound than any other video player I've tried, far far better than VLC. It also has a full set of internal codecs but also can use all kind of external codecs provided to it. Giving it the full performance of Media Player Classic while having a better and beautiful UI.
For touch screen though, PotPlayer is best. And I think it doesn't need K-Lite, does it? It has internal codecs for all media formats as far as I know.
I was talking about MX player without additional codec or something. Video player ultimate can play it without any issue so that's easier.
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