VLC for Android on a Nexus 7

VLC for Android continues to be developed and today the 14th beta of the app has been released. This release has improved decoding speed and fixes crashing issues. It also has new audio options for compatibility with more devices.

VLC for Android is free from the Google Play Store.

What’s in this version:

This is the 14th beta of VLC for Android.
0.1.2 improves decoding speed, solves a few crashes and misbehaviors, cleans the code and changes the license of the VLC engine.
If you have audio issues, a preference setting allows you to use a different audio method, like AudioTrack (Java).
Another preference is available for video output (YV12 is the fastest, RGB32 the safest).
You have now settings to control quality vs speed.
We keep working on it, but remember, this is still a beta πŸ˜‰

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