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I had this problem with videos that used to play and then simply don't anymore. It's not your video player or the video format, its something screwy with Android's file system. Solution: Download Rescan Media app from Google Play store. Install and run, but do not enable the auto-close feature; just run it then minimize. Your files should play now.
You can use this online tool to convert it: http://sandbox.dev.studioseptember.nl/gtv/ Regarding tools, you could use FFMPEG + ImageMagick, but it's kind of tricky finding the correct options. There is some instructions here. I tried but some of the cases didn't work.
Both worked fine for me in Google Chrome. I am using Mac Book Pro with OS X Maverick and the latest version of Google Chrome. On firefox ( latest version) it displays an error: No video with supported format and MIME type found. On safari it keeps loading. See the screen shot please.
If you do not want your users to download a player to show the videos, then you have no other choice but to create videos with the H.264 Baseline profile. This is because the stock Android player does not support anything higher. iOS on the other hand does support the Main and High profile. While not listed in the iOS specifications, the iPhone 4S and ...
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