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  1. StevePlaybook's Avatar
    Ok Guys! Thanks for the support!

    Next update 1.8 : Support BIG files!

    There's a bug in the files/foder API but I found a workaround
    06-05-11 10:11 AM
  2. Earthbrain's Avatar
    Ok Guys! Thanks for the support!

    Next update 1.8 : Support BIG files!

    There's a bug in the files/foder API but I found a workaround
    Thanks. I am looking forward to the update.

    I don't know how big of a file it can support but I have several 6 GB - 8 GB h.264 high-profile .mp4 files that I hope it can detect and play subtitles.
    Yeah, those great Chinese/Hong Kong movies take a lot of space sometimes, especially when they are in 1080p. Why not just have the 720p version????? Well, I often choose to store 1080p movies instead of 720p movies because I can use the micro hdmi cable to hook the Playbook up to my 1080p HDTV for the full HD experience.
    Last edited by Earthbrain; 06-05-11 at 11:16 AM.
    06-05-11 11:12 AM
  3. FF22's Avatar
    Ok Guys! Thanks for the support!

    Next update 1.8 : Support BIG files!

    There's a bug in the files/foder API but I found a workaround
    Sounds good - can it fix those other apps, too (g)

    Don't rush but I am curious about how fast Rim acts on submissions. There are discussions in other threads that it takes rim forever to approve stuff?
    06-05-11 04:32 PM
  4. StevePlaybook's Avatar
    I'm using the same "browser" that the default "videos" app browser uses. The only downpart is that the default selected dir always is pictures because the API doesn't allow otherwise (read: another bug).
    But at least you can select the Video dir and you have a little video image preview too And you can choose a file in any shared dir.
    Perfect solution for me!
    I did send an update today. It takes about 7 days before approval (for me) ...

    MovieSrtPlayer : BlackBerry App World - MovieSrtPlayer for BlackBerry PlayBook
    06-05-11 07:04 PM
  5. FF22's Avatar
    HEY - OKAY.

    While my darn Dolomite.mp4 file does not have subtitles it does now show up in MovieSRTPlayer!!!! It also shows the rest of the so-called "missing" files. So you have licked the problem. Now I can actually move the Foreign Language movies to their own folder and not have to worry about them disappearing.

    I see that it is a little show showing the listing but you have a prompt "Please wait" so that helps.

    Now, care to make a File Manager/Explorer program?
    06-07-11 07:11 PM
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