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    Quote Originally Posted by Tashawn View Post
    For the people that's said Cydia maybe getting the VLC player, did you even read what was written? Apple didn't choose to get rid of the application, the rightful VLC owners did for copyright issues. You think that make it ok to be in Cydia?
    I do think that it would be OK to have in Cydia. My understanding was that the issue was the added layer of copy protection, or DRM that Apple puts on all its App Store applications. You don't have the same issue in Cydia apps (to my knowledge anyway) so it should be fine to have on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tashawn View Post
    For the people that's said Cydia maybe getting the VLC player, did you even read what was written? Apple didn't choose to get rid of the application, the rightful VLC owners did for copyright issues. You think that make it ok to be in Cydia?
    Should be fine as a jailbroken iPhone is less restrictive as you could make your own version of VLC and install it no problem just like on a PC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tashawn View Post
    For the people that's said Cydia maybe getting the VLC player, did you even read what was written? Apple didn't choose to get rid of the application, the rightful VLC owners did for copyright issues. You think that make it ok to be in Cydia?
    pipe it down real low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neodude237 View Post
    Wow, good thing I downloaded this the other day.
    Actually it is still live as of this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookbenj View Post
    pathetic, i swear companies act like 3 year olds...
    you said it
    You don't like the iPad because you don't have one!

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    But the app is still there, just downloaded form the appstore.

    I dont see any need for this topic.

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    Got it...

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    Why bother anyway? The current version of VLC is nothing compared to OPlayer (file management, srt-subtitles, multiple audiostreams, fullscreen support and NO SUCH THING as nasty chrashes or whatsoever).

    Oh, wait. OPlayer isn't free. Damn a world in which one has to PAY (SHAME!) 3 bucks for a piece of software that WORKS and in fact DOES IMPLEMENT user suggestions! *irony off*

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravelsnip View Post
    But the app is still there, just downloaded form the appstore.

    I dont see any need for this topic.

    It's for users to get it before it goes. Remember modmyi doing an article on MiTube (MxTube) on the appstore? Many people got it before it got pulled within hours.

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    So if it does get pulled, how do we put files over to the phone?
    Currently through Itunes, but I believe if they pull it the option wont be there??

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    Well I'm glad I purchased this app because it is too too cool... They can't take it back from me... I use it for my kids often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu308 View Post
    So if it does get pulled, how do we put files over to the phone?
    Currently through Itunes, but I believe if they pull it the option wont be there??
    I don't see why that option would magically disappear if Apple pulls the app. If you purchase a App, its yours and works the same regardless of if its pulled from the App store. (Unless Apple hits the kill switch)

    Also, its still available for download...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu308 View Post
    So if it does get pulled, how do we put files over to the phone?
    Currently through Itunes, but I believe if they pull it the option wont be there??
    You can do it through (obsolete) SSH, or you could use wireless transfer like the iFile web server to move files to 'var/mobile/Applications/(the app's folder)/Documents. It's the same folder iTunes puts the files in, and no encrypted name needed like in the iPod app.

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    This is a shame. I downloaded it a while ago and it works great. I will be sad to see it go.
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    Ooo, just snatched it up from the Appstore just in case.

    It's got a pretty cool icon - that's as far as my review of this app can go at this point.

    Between this, iFile, and CineXplayer I should be able to play most videos (minus Flash, of course).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu308 View Post
    So if it does get pulled, how do we put files over to the phone?
    Currently through Itunes, but I believe if they pull it the option wont be there??
    You will still be able to add videos via iTunes. For example, I got MiTube before they removed it and I still can sync through iTunes now. Apple can't block your PC's iTunes from syncing apps. Not yet at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jahooba View Post
    Ooo, just snatched it up from the Appstore just in case.

    It's got a pretty cool icon - that's as far as my review of this app can go at this point.

    Between this, iFile, and CineXplayer I should be able to play most videos (minus Flash, of course).
    You can play flash videos too (.flv), already tried it

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    Quote Originally Posted by zim_from_IPH View Post
    @mikerlx iOS does not handle quite a few file formats. But VLC handles pretty much anything....
    This horrible port of VLC to iOS doesn't handle crap either and is essentially a waste of a download.

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    good I don't want crap anywhere near my phone

    seriously though what files types do you have issues with

    Edit: so far I've tested .avi .flv and .mov the latter has choppy playback
    Last edited by dsg; 2010-11-02 at 04:19 AM.

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    vlc4iphone has been in cydia for a while
    its not the same app, but still vlc

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