Monday, May 9, 2016

Video files demos for testing playability

In order to test players video compatibility, I collected a list of links with sample video files for testing purposes. Videos can be played and/or downloaded from within browser.

MPlayer sample files

VLC Plugins Demo Page

Example FLV Files

Open source movies created using 3D software Blender

List of open-source films

Videos of different resolution and sizes to test while designing or developing a mobile app

Sample WebM, Ogg, and MP4 Video Files for HTML5

WebM demo files


Sample HEVC Video Files (x264, x265)

Jellyfish Video Bitrate Test Files

Sample video files to test media players

Samples Kodi

HubbleSOURCE: MPEG Video Clips (videos from space)

DTS THX Dolby WMV Movie Distributor VOB Trailers

ShedWorx sample videos

Ogg multiplexed audio/video file

Microsoft HD Showcase - wmv, wma and wma pro

Friday, May 6, 2016

HDTV cable for Samsung Galaxy devices (MHL cable, MHL adapter)

If you're dealing with a problem regarding which MHL adapter should a Samsung Galaxy device need, I found a few interesting links explaining everything regarding MHL and the compatibility list of Samsung devices.

MHL allows for MIRRORING of the screen. It can't be used  as an extension or 2nd display. There is no performance difference from the phone to the connected display.

A nice introduction here:
(November 12, 2014 by Jason Fitzpatrick)

This is a nice video where you'll find info about MHL Adapters, HDMI Screen Mirroring, Passive vs. Active cables and MHL technology, Samsung's 11-pin, phone/tablet connecting to TV via DVI adapter:
by Jeremy Phan

This is where you'll find which MHL adapter to use with any Samsung Galaxy device:
(February 5, 2014 By Josh Bethell)

Remember, you will always find which phone or tablet has MHL support in their specs page (either official or GSMarena which has inline search support). Currently, MHL-capable phones and tablets include devices from HTC, Samsung, LG and others.

For Samsung devices, MHL is typically connected via a device's 5-pin micro-USB port. However, Samsung uses a proprietary 11-pin interface so if you're purchasing an MHL adapter/cable, you'll need to purchase the (11-pin to 5-pin adapter):

How do I connect my Samsung Galaxy S4 to my TV using the MHL 2.0 HDMI adapter?

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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Remote support

Daca ai nevoie sa te ajut de la distanta, ma poti suna si apoi faci click pe imaginea de mai jos:

Restul detaliilor le discutamla telefon.