I can't seem to find the right codec for a video I have which is posted on my website. i've tried mp4 (H263) WEBM and AVI and none of them can be viewed by the stock phone browser. What codec to use to render the video to be used for all galaxy series phone.
I have a Galaxy S6 edge on T-Mobile and juts noticed this morning that whenever I attempt to record a video I get a warning stating "The video codec is currently being used by other applications..."
Is it possible to determine which application has it in use? I've closed all running applications which didn't resolve the problem. Restarted the phone without starting any other applications before the camera and that failed. I'm not seeing any information about this issue in the couple of searches I've done so far but wonder if it's an isolated issue or something common.
Short of a Factory Reset, which I'm not fully opposed to doing, is there a potential solution?
I have a hard time convincing my N900 to play some videos transferred from my PC. It was able to play only 1 of 7 videos I transferred via USB cable. It says it can't run the video because it does not support either an audio or a video codec.
There's a conceptual problem in playing video streams in the E7 (or Symbian in general). There is no video player I could choose the source from except local file system. All web streams are handled by the webkit browser.The praised codec support is actually mediocre - there is no support for WMV3 for exampl
So I took a video of me shooting a paper ball and slightly missing a trash can from my Galaxy S6 using the slow motion feature. I took that video and transferred it to my computer to edit it and put Chariots of Fire as the background music. I saved that file, keeping the exact same file type (MP4) and transferred it back to my phone. However, now when I view it on my phone, the video is the fraction of the size even though the dimensions still say 1280 x 720. When I press the full screen button, it enlarges but only vertically. I've tried converting it to H.624 and I'm normally pretty good at figuring this stuff out but I've hit a wall.
I was watching some videos and it seems my phone... hmm how do I put this. I can play them but nothing comes up so I check if its the video but no its just staying on 0:00 on every video either it's on the browser or youtube I can't play it. Its like its frozen
When trying to play back a video recorded on my phone, I get the error message "Unable to play video. File has incorrect data." I am trying to play it back with the stock video player. I have downloaded the MX player, and it will play back there, but not with the stock player. How to get it to play on the stock player?
I like to use this feature along with Coaches Eye app to analyze my golf swing. I should have probably researched this a bit better but at least I'm in Sprint's 14 day window of returns.Pick up an HTC One M8 which has SloMo or wait for the next thing?
Is there any possible way to use another smartphone as a remote video monitor for my samsung galaxy s5 video camera. I want to shoot something where I wont be able to operate the camera really, so I wanted to know if there was a way to view what my camera sees through another phone and possibly to control as well through bluetooth or wifi, much like a gopro.
I tried following the instructions from 2014 posted online but my app doesn't have the same settings. I am just using the video player that came standard with the camera app. Is this the standard samsung video app? There is no settings option or capture option. Video editor doesn't take screenshots either.
Over the past several weeks, while not being used (ie lock screen) my phone has randomly played about 10-20 seconds of audio while the screen remains black. It has consistently been from what seems to be a video where the person is showing a DIY for auto repair. When I unlock it i do not find any video apps open. I have not viewed any videos like this but this seemed to start after i was looking at some cars for sale online.
I recorded a video on my samsung s5 and really need to remove the conversation in the background. I am hoping there is a way to easily do this. All I need to do is just erase the sound so I can share the video.
I'm trying to find a program or app that recovers deleted videos on the internal storage of an android device. I've found one that recovers photos only, but no go on video recovery so far. I am unable to root as it is a Verizon S5 and the only available root methods require a destructive root. My cloud service did not have time to upload it before it was deleted, so all I have is a corrupt file. I have Dr.fone, but it stays stuck at 90%. Recuva doesn't recognize the device as a searchable drive.
im developing a application in which i want to download a large file in to chunks n play them chunck by chunk but im able to play first file only remaining files are not getting played i think its because of missing header file in remaining chunk?