AnTuTu Video Tester

AnTuTu Video Tester


AnTuTu Video Test is a professional tool for testing video playback capability of Android Smart TV, set-top boxes and other devices. It integrates a few featured videos and testing algorithms that can help users judge the playback performance of the devices clearly. AnTuTu video test can not only detect the video playback formats devices support, but also can test the playback quality of devices.

Features:
1. Comprehensively detecting which video formats are supported and testing video playback quality, give a detailed report of the results.
2. Support the screen LCD test, grayscale test , and gamma test.
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About AnTuTu Video Tester
AnTuTu Video Test is a professional tool for testing video playback capability of Android Smart TV, set-top boxes and other devices. It integrates a few featured videos and testing algorithms that can help users judge the playback performance of the devices clearly. AnTuTu video test can not only detect the video playback formats devices support, but also can test the playback quality of devices.

Features:
1. Comprehensively detecting which video formats are supported and testing video playback quality, give a detailed report of the results.
2. Support the screen LCD test, grayscale test , and gamma test.

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A Google User
5 days ago
Goooôd Good
A Google User
Feb 26, 2015
99% 99% download video and can't any more download
A Google User
Feb 24, 2015
not working, unclear error message "detecting data, please try again later" is all i get
A Google User
Feb 23, 2015
Not useful Only shows what video format your device can play that's all Oh and at what resolution not worth downloading
A Google User
Feb 20, 2015
It only tests the built-in decoders I haven't got the best results on my phone, with some of the video/audio/both missing. But when I tried the same files (/sdcard/.antutu) in my player of choice, it played all of them fine, including audio and video for all samples, albeit with software decoding. The player I used was Kodi (XBMC) if anyone wants to try it.