1. Q: Does Android Tablet has any file size limitations?
A: Yes. Android Tablets support the storage of single files up to 4 GB and only play single video files smaller than 2GB.
2. Q: How can I import external subtitle to an Android Tablet?
A: There are a few Android Tablets support import of external subtitle e.g. Galaxy Tab. We have tested MP4, AVI, MKV, WMV files; both the original player and mVideo player support them well. When playing back the videos, name the subtitle file same as the video file and put them in the same folder, then you will see a video with subtitle.
3. Q: Can you suggest a best player for Android Tablet?
A: No matter what device you have, its own player is always the first choice. Though third-party software supports more video\audio formats, it sometimes does not give so sync, smoothly and clear video\audio as the own player. There are some customers having issue with the playback of converted videos due to the player.
4. Q: Is there a best video format for Android Tablet?
A: For different users are in various demand, there might be no a perfect format to meet all the demands. For those who desire a high video quality, 720P is recommended. For a small file size, you can lower the output settings. With Foxreal Software you can strike a balance between the two by changing the output settings.
5. Q: What devices support DLNA?
A: General speaking, devices that support wifi will handle DLNA too. Some devices bring DLNA application, others need to download.
6. Q: You told me Foxreal support 5.1 channel, why I don’t have it on my videos?
A: Foxreal does support 5.1 channel. It’s worth noticing that some tablets support 5.1 channel but you cannot get it. The reason for this is quite simple, the hardware of most tablets does not support the output of 5.1 channel .