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Yes, most video players will automatically up- or down-scale videos to fit the screen. Android OS itself, and video player apps, don't have a limit on video size. Obviously each device's hardware is only fast enough to decode so many pixels per second, so there's an upper limit on video resolution, data rate, and frame rate for smooth playback. Like any ...
It's likely because the player app you are using is not aware of the embedded chapters. I recommend searching Google Play Store for video player apps that support this feature. A quick Google search points to Simple Cinema and XBMC (not on Google Play). I have not tried these personally, but this should start you off in the right direction.
Try to use VLC for Android. :)
Not a nice solution, but if you have to access those videos regularly for a long time, you could find the thumbnail files and edit them so you could tell the videos apart. Also you could find another application which displays the title as well, or an animated preview. VLC player and Mobo player function well for me.
There are only two of them. SimpleCinema (by DeveloperRevolution): it works with both Quicktime-variant chapters and Nero-variant chapters. The former is more popular. It is a small player that just does one thing. LVOE Media: If you are not sign language user, you probably will find its sign-language-optimized interface a bit weird, but I've tested that ...
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