Description of App
nPlayer provides high quality video play performance and easy control-UI supporting almost all kinds of video formats and codecs without file converting efforts. And nPlayer also supports H.264/MPEG4 hardware acceleration and powerful, stable streaming technology which enable to stream-play from WebDAV, FTP, SMB, UPnP/DNLA server. With your finger tip, you can adjust playback position, move to previous and next subtitle position, adjust location and font size of subtitle, control volume and brightness. Experience the nPlayer’s high quality performance and excellent UI now. * Features - Support OFFICIALLY Dolby audio codec (AC3, E-AC3) !!! - Support Dolby Mobile Surround Sound - Support H.264/MPEG4 Hardware acceleration for MKV, AVI, FLV and so on over Local, HTTP, FTP, and SMB protocols - Support almost of any video files : MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, WMV, ASF, FLV, OGV, RMVB, TP etc... - Support almost of any audio files : MP3, WAV, WMA, FLAC, APE etc... - Support subtitle files : SMI, SRT, SSA, IDX, SUB, LRC etc... - Support image files : JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, TIFF etc... - Support embedded subtitle - support CUE file - Play video and music files in iPod library - Play video files in Albums - Built-in WebDAV client to stream and download media files - Built-in FTP client to stream and download media files - Built-in UPnP/DLNA client to stream and download media files - Built-in SMB client to stream and download media files - HTTP, FTP, SMB Streaming - Aspect ratio : Default, 1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 5:3, 16:9 etc - Scrolling horizontally on subtitle text : Move to previous or next subtitle text - Dragging vertically on subtitle text : Adjust subtitle position - Pinching to zoom on subtitle text - Adjust font size of subtitle - Selecting subtitle file - Selecting font of subtitle - Selecting text color of subtitle - Support SAMI(SMI) Tag - Support SSA/ASS with full styling - Support multi-track subtitle - Support multi-track audio - Speed control : 0.5x ~ 2.0x - AB Repeat - Screen rotation lock - Screen lock - File management : Delete, Move, Rename, Create - Folder passcode lock - Wi-Fi Transfer : Transfer files without USB cable connection - USB Transfer - TV-out * Gesture Features - Tap : Menu - Double tap : Play/Pause - Drag horizontally : Playback position adjustment - Drag vertically on right half of the screen : Volume control - Drag vertically on left half of the screen : Brightness control - Drag horizontally on subtitle text : Move to previous/next subtitle text - Drag vertically on subtitle text : Subtitle position adjustment - Pinch to zoom on subtitle text : Subtitle font size adjustment
Hi, I have had a brief look
Hi, thanks for the info about
I haven't, but I'll probably
Does this app have a
I don't think this app has an
I am glad to see that in version 3.4.1 VoiceOver reads subtitles. The subtitle document must be in .srt format. Make sure the .srt file is in the video folder and that it is named according to the video name.
Subtitles are nice, but
The fact that it reads subtitles is very nice, however they need not necessarily be in .srt format. If you have an MP4 video file with a text subtitle track, that also will read properly. Note that the subtitle track must be in text, not an image. These tracks may also read in .mkv files, however I don't have any of those to test.
However, there is an unwelcome side effect. Because chapterized MP4 files (such as audio books) also use this text track to supply chapter information, if you play one of these audio files while your device is locked, you hear your iOS default text-to-speech voice say the name of the chapter whether you want it or not, and it says this at a very slow rate. Quite bothersome. I wish we could toggle voicing of subtitles off for files like this, or else that text track voicing simply would not occur when the device is locked.
Subtitles can be read on braille display and disabling subtitles
the subtitles are appearing even on a connected braille display. You can configure how long the subtitles stay by going to Settings > General > Accessibility > VoiceOver > Braille and setting the display time for the notifications.
Regarding the possibility to disable spoken subtitles, it is possible by disabling subtitles entirely from the video playback screen by tapping Settings button, then Subtitle tab and switching the Show subtitles option.