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WavPack player for Android devices, Possibility to play WavPack on Android phones and tablets
BECHA
post Jul 11 2013, 21:18
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I think it is a good news for WavPack fans and lovers as myself. Google Play store is now listing a first player capable to play wavpack with bit rates up to 24/192000 (for fourth generation phones). Second generation Android phones provide good playback of Wavpack encoded up to 24/96000.
The player supports cue sheets as embedded in ISO as surrounding .wv file as embedded as vorbis/apetags comments. Track list and navigation on track list is available. The application transfer tracks info when played over Bluetooth streaming.
If it caught interest of somebody, the application name is Kamerton.
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saratoga
post Jul 11 2013, 21:43
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QUOTE (BECHA @ Jul 11 2013, 16:18) *
I think it is a good news for WavPack fans and lovers as myself. Google Play store is now listing a first player capable to play wavpack with bit rates up to 24/192000 (for fourth generation phones). Second generation Android phones provide good playback of Wavpack encoded up to 24/96000.


The Android resampler should work as well for 192k -> 44.1k 96k -> 44.1k. What software are you using for playback? Perhaps its buggy? Failing that, I guess something could be wrong with your ROM. Such high sampling rates may not be as well tested as more common ones.
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post Jul 12 2013, 00:44
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QUOTE (saratoga @ Jul 11 2013, 22:43) *
QUOTE (BECHA @ Jul 11 2013, 16:18) *
I think it is a good news for WavPack fans and lovers as myself. Google Play store is now listing a first player capable to play wavpack with bit rates up to 24/192000 (for fourth generation phones). Second generation Android phones provide good playback of Wavpack encoded up to 24/96000.


The Android resampler should work as well for 192k -> 44.1k 96k -> 44.1k. What software are you using for playback? Perhaps its buggy? Failing that, I guess something could be wrong with your ROM. Such high sampling rates may not be as well tested as more common ones.

I do not know what is inside in details. I juts use it for a week and generally pleasant with especially considering it can play wavpacks ISO packaged. I didn't play much beyond of wavpacks. I have certain FLAC vinyl images I could listen to in a car, and quality was just fine, but remember I streamed them via Bluetooth where certain resampling happens as well. So far I started getting rid of all loosy collection, since having double or triple copies of the same thing in different formats and sample rates is terrible.
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ChronoSphere
post Jul 12 2013, 01:09
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Wasn't 0xDEADBEEF already capable of that? I remember testing all the formats on my tablet and wv played fine.
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shadowking
post Jul 12 2013, 02:50
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Also PowerAmp


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BECHA
post Jul 12 2013, 04:16
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0xDEADBEEF should improve description in their app page, since here is no clear sign it plays iso.wv
Last time I tried PowerAmp, it did play just standalone wv, so thank for pointing that they improved it and included iso packaged as well.
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post Aug 23 2013, 03:05
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jetAudio, Neutron, and Rocket Player also play wavpack.
I've been able to play files encoded at up to 800kbps.
Haven't tried lossless yet.
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post Aug 23 2013, 03:50
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Don't forget about rockbox, though it's not available through google play.
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post Aug 23 2013, 22:44
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Testes lossless WV with jetAudio Plus, no probs at all.


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post Apr 25 2014, 21:43
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QUOTE (DARcode @ Aug 23 2013, 17:44) *
Testes lossless WV with jetAudio Plus, no probs at all.


Last time I tried wavpack with jet audio the tags were not displayed. Had this been fixed?


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post Jun 16 2014, 23:40
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QUOTE (tev777 @ Apr 25 2014, 22:43) *
QUOTE (DARcode @ Aug 23 2013, 17:44) *
Testes lossless WV with jetAudio Plus, no probs at all.
Last time I tried wavpack with jet audio the tags were not displayed. Had this been fixed?
No issues with tags on Android 4.3 with jetAudio Music Player Plus v4.0.0, but I use both APE and ID3 mind you.


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