How to Play Unsupported Video Files on Your iPad

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fran_risquez

And what about Ace Player? In other forum a reviewer advised it. I took the advise on Ace Player, which is free, and is very good, with support for subtitles and plays every format there is available. I Love it for my trips. I use Air Video for streaming, but will try Air Media and Air Playit; a better resolution could be nice, although Airvideo also does the job of getting out of my boredom in hotel rooms on my trips.

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ddmak

I used to use Air Video, but I changed to Air Media and Air Playit because as Air Video streams & converts, then airplay to Apple TV, the output image is of very low quality. Unlike Air Media and Air Playit, it gives you the same resolution as the original file.

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notyou

I've been really happy with GoodPlayer. Plays VOB files (directly ripped from DVDs, if you're into that kind of thing. Big files though...)

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juwanh

What about the FREE Playerxtreme app that was previously reviewed? No mention of it here, but it works in a similar manner, does it not?

article/howtos/how_play_videos_your_ipad_playerxtreme

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