You may have heard of MX Player, given its popularity as the default media player for Android among many users.
MX Player is the ultimate and one of the most powerful video player apps for Android devices, supporting formats such as AVI, DIVX, FLV, MKV, MOV, MP4, WEBM, WMV, XVID, and many more. It can play almost any type of media file with excellent video and audio quality.
The Zip codec files for MX Player are listed below. If you’re unsure what to do, follow this advice,
- Navigate to MX Player Settings Decoder General.
- There is a Custom Codec tab.
- You will be shown which codec is required (neon, x86, tegra3, Tegra2, etc).
To download the web xvid video codec for MX player click here.
How Do I Install Xvid Codec Files?
- On your Android device, launch MX Player.
- Open the decoder general custom codec settings.
- A dialog box will appear to allow you to navigate the codec pack. Now navigate to the folder where you installed the codec pack. Locate the zip file and double-click it.
- The App will restart if you have selected the correct zip file.
What are the alternatives for MX player, which is able to play xvid codec?
Installing an application that contains virtually every audio and video codec on the planet is the best way to get the Xvid video codec, or any codec for that matter. VideoLAN’s VLC for Android app is available for download.
VLC is a cross-platform, open source multimedia player and framework. It comes with a massive library of audio and video codecs, including Xvid, which is pretty much every codec in existence.
VLC is capable of playing files, discs, webcams, devices, and streams. It also has hardware decoding on most platforms, supports 0-copy on the GPU, and can use software as a fallback when necessary.
VLC for Android is completely free and can be obtained from the Play Store or by downloading the APK package directly from VideoLAN’s website. Periodic VLC app updates keep the video and audio codecs up to date. VLC v3.3.0 is the most recent version for Android.