Since Android was introduced, there have been many complaints about its lack of .avi and .divx playback. Since then there has been a few phones with .divx capabilities but there still was no player for the rest of us. The RockPlayerBase allows any Android 2.1 handset to playback XviD, DivX, Mkv and even RMVB files. .

movie:

* MKV
* H264 High profile, 720 x 304 @ 24fps @ 405Kbps
* AAC 44.1KHz
* perfect quality
* 14 to 20 FPS

tv show:

* AVI
* DivX 5, 704 × 1.097 @ 384 Kbps @ 24 FPS
* MP3 @ 128Kbps 48KHz
* perfect quality
* 22-24 FPS

anime:

* MKV
* H264 High profile, 848 x 480 @ 24fps @ 302Kbps
* AAC 48KHz
* lots of artifacts
* no subs (ASS, Advanced Sub Station)
* 8 to 15 FPS

handbrake:

* MP4
* H264 Baseline profile, 800 × 3.120 @ 448 Kbps @ 30 FPS
* AAC, 44.1KHz @ 151 Kbps
* perfect quality
* 13 to 16 FPS

720p Artbeats HD Demo:

* MP4
* Main profile H.264, 1280 × 720 @ 30 FPS @ 5.994 Kbps
* AAC @ 66Kbps 44.1KHz
* perfect quality
* 3 to 6 FPS

Artbeats HD 1080p Demo:

* MP4
* H264 Main profile, 1920 x 1080 @ 10Mbps @ 30FPS
* AAC, 44.1KHz @ 192Kbps
* perfect quality
* 1 to 3 FPS

Like most new apps, performance may vary from phone to phone. For best results, run this on a phone with a fast CPU. It’s been tested on a Nexus One and there was no skipping or jerkiness during playback. Click here to get the player. How does it perform for you and what device are you using?

[via soyandroide]