Our player and its power to be able to play any File Format (including fotmato m3u and m3u8).
1) SUPPORTS ALL VIDEO AND AUDIO FORMATS – Flix Player This is the most accepted player that manages most of the Audio and Video formats.
2) Support Chromecast Hi-Tech To be able to recreate your Vines in
When determining the formats supported by Flix Player, it is important to note that “media format” is in fact defined on several levels. From the lowest to the highest, that is:
Format of individual media samples (e.g. video or audio frames). We call these template formats. Note that a typical video file will contain media in at least two sample formats; one for video (eg H.264) and one for audio (eg, AAC).
The format of the container containing the associated metadata and media samples. We call these container formats. Media files have a unique container format (e.g. MP4), usually specified with a file extension. Note that for some audio-only formats (for example, MP3), the sample format and the container format may be the same.
Adaptive transmission technologies such as DASH, SmoothStreaming and HLS. These are not media formats as such, however, it remains to be seen how much support Flix Player offers.
The following sections define Flix Player support in each level, from the highest level to the lowest level. Support for independent subtitle formats is also described at the bottom of this page
Flix Playerr supports DASH with many container formats. Media streams must be visible, which means video, audio, and text must be defined in different AdaptationSet elements in the DASH manifest (CEA-608 is an exception, more info in the side table. below). Sample audio and video content formats must also be compatible (see sample formats for details).
FMP4 YES Only Streams Decomposed
WebM YES Only Streams Decomposed
Matroska YES Only streams are decomposed
MPEG-TS NO No Planned Support
TTML YES Unprocessed or embedded in FMP4 according to ISO/IEC 14496-30
WebVTT YES Unprocessed or embedded in FMP4 according to ISO/IEC 14496-30
CEA-608 YES Implemented in SEI messages embedded in FMP4 videos
EMSG metadata YES Embedded in FMP4
Widevine HAS API 19+ (“cenc” scheme) and 25+ (“cbcs”, “cbc1” and “population” scheme)
PlayReady SL2000 HAS Solo Android TV
ClearKey HAS API 21+
Flix Player supports SmoothStreaming with the FMP4 container format. Media streams must be rendered, which means video, audio, and text must be defined in different StreamIndex elements in the SmoothStreaming manifest. Sample audio and video content formats must also be compatible (see sample formats for details).