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Any .mka players for Android?
Wildbill_h
post Jul 9 2012, 16:33
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Hi, all.

I was wondering if there is an .mka player out there for Android, because I love how Matroska works on Foobar (especially the gapless chapter separation part). I tried some other gapless players, but I always hear gaps.

Do you know any kind of player (no matter how primitive it looks) which can play .mka on Android?

Thank you very much.

P. S.: I've been trying MX Player lately and it's great, but I can't see the chapters. crying.gif
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skamp
post Jul 9 2012, 17:51
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I don't think Poweramp supports Matroska, but it does play most codecs (including MP3) gaplessly, if that's what you're trying to get to.


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Wildbill_h
post Jul 9 2012, 18:00
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QUOTE (skamp @ Jul 9 2012, 18:51) *
I don't think Poweramp supports Matroska, but it does play most codecs (including MP3) gaplessly, if that's what you're trying to get to.


Yeah, I got Poweramp a while ago, but the gapless function doesn't work properly. I mean, it's great for mp3 files (which usually have HUGE gaps) but sometimes rhythm overlaps, which is kind of annoying.
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post Jul 9 2012, 22:17
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QUOTE (Wildbill_h @ Jul 9 2012, 19:00) *
Yeah, I got Poweramp a while ago, but the gapless function doesn't work properly. I mean, it's great for mp3 files (which usually have HUGE gaps) but sometimes rhythm overlaps, which is kind of annoying.
I don't have that problem with either LAME MP3s, AAC, Vorbis or Musepack. You're sure your files are encoded properly? I don't know about its maturity, but you could also give rockbox for Android a shot.


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