by: Chu Chong • 9
Video Enjoyer can let you enjoy movies to your heart’s content. It has a new function.
Let me introduce it to you.
1. When you open this app, all the videos will be listed before you. If want to watch one movie, just touch it on the screen. Then a menu appears to let you do your choice.
2. Its operation is simple and easy. You can touch the left side of the screen up and down to adjust the brightness of movie, touch the right side of the screen up and down to adjust the volume.
3. You may have noticed that there are other functions on this video player. You can share the movie you like with others. Besides, you can get movies from internet directly.
4. In addition, this free video player can let you manage your files in your mobile phone. Choose one file and cut, delete, copy or rename it.
Therefore, this is not only one video player, but also one file manager.
I believe that you love movies. We can get something when we watch movie. A good movie player can help you get the best enjoying. There are various video players, such as avi video player, mp3 video player, and all kinds of free video players. But it is not easy to find a good one.
I recommend Video Enjoyer to you. I dare not to say it is the best video player for android, but it is very practical. You can get a free video player and file manager by download this app. This is killing two birds with one stone. Why not download it?
Audio Video Interleaved is known by its initials AVI, is a multimedia container form introduced by Microsoft in November of 1992 as part of its Video for Windows technology. AVI files can include both audio and video data in a file container that allows synchronous audio-with-video playback. As the DVD video format, AVI files support multiple streaming audio and video, although these features are seldom applied. Most AVI files use the file format extensions developed by the Matrox OpenDML group in February of year 1996. These files were supported by Microsoft, and were unofficially called "AVI 2.0".
As a derivative of the Resource Interchange File Format, AVI files are usually tagged with metadata in the INFO chunk. In addition, AVI files also can embed Extensible Metadata Platform. By design, any RIFF file can legally contain additional chunks of data, each identified by a four-character code; software which doesn’t understand that special code should skip the chunk. As such, it is theoretically possible to spread any RIFF file format, including AVI, to support almost any conceivable metadata. Many of the limitations of AVI in modern use relate to a lack of standardization in this metadata.