Ok, I didn't really looked into the file I stream by details, but here are some of my info:
utp Posted on 2012-1-13 15:58
Well yes. Thanks for answering.
It seems that helped a bit in narrowing the problem down. I tryed playing a really small .avi without conversion and that accually worked. It was a bit more than 3MB. So it seems that normal sized movie-files just doesn't work (350 - 4000 MB).
The new version did not make any differance either.
Download function stops if you leave the program. For example, I started a download, then switched to browser. When I returned to air play it, the download had stopped t the point where I left.
Note: download does continue when screen times out.
Thanks for the release of the Android App. I have a HTC Thunderbolt running Android 2.3.7 and it uses a ARMv7 Processor Rev 1 (v71). I have been able to get the videos to play over local wifi as well as over 4g LTE.
The main issue I have been having is many force closes and I am unable to add my server by hostname, I must use IP addresses or it will force close. This applies to both local wifi as well as remote 4g using my dynamic dns name. I am able to have my iphone setup using host name and such so I figured it was just something with the android release and might need to be reported.
The second issue I have faced is that I have still been unable to get built in subtitles in mkv files to work. I have tried both with force convert enabled or disabled.
Now 0.9.1 just only support armv7-a cortex-a8 cpu only and must be android 2.1 later , can you con ...
pureman Posted on 2012-1-16 13:43
Also crashes after server input, doesn't find server by itself. When adding server manually if pin isn't correct it says so. When pin is correct it crashes. Galaxy S i9000 with custom rom Onecosmic's ICS Port Android 4.0.3 RC3.1 http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1398223
- My NVdia ION graphics card (running driver 285.62 on Windows 7 32-bit) has 16 graphic cores, but CUDA isn't supported in Air Playit
- I shared .wtv files, recorded with Windows MediaCenter. Those files play correct on my Samsung Galaxy S phone via wifi using Serviio Streamingserver and Upnp player client on the phone (Vplayer is used to play the video on the phone). With Air Playit android client, the aspect ratio is off, the video stutters more, and audio is out of sync, audio is getting increasingly ahead of the image (force convert=off). Lowering bitrate does not help.