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VideoPlayback - Task Manager RAM problem (Android)

August 16, 2012 - 2:07am #1

Hello,

Found a problem on VideoPlayback.
Once Task Manager RAM hit 100mb the video won't play on texture again.. it display black texture screen or only display 'loading' icon.

Is this memory leak problem?
The memory on Unity profiler is stable but in Task Manager RAM it is always increasing.

the problem also happended with 'vuforia-unity-videoplayback-android-ios-1-0-1.unitypackage' (play it continously until the memory reach 100mb).

Please advise.

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VideoPlayback - Task Manager RAM problem (Android)

September 13, 2012 - 9:09pm #6

I was wondering if you know how to write the path to the video. I have a mp4 video in my downloads folder (/storage/sdcard0/Download/test.mp4) I'm trying the app in a nexus Galaxy with JellyBean, i write the path like this: /storage/sdcard0/Download/test.mp4 and when I test the app I touch the play button and nothing happens. Do you know what is wrong?

VideoPlayback - Task Manager RAM problem (Android)

August 20, 2012 - 11:05am #5

This is a known issue that we're actively investigating. Is appears to be specific to these devices. The current work-around is to dynamically assign the video instance and load and play this using the VideoPlayerHelper API. Alternatively some devs have addressed this issue by forcing the player to fullscreen for these devices.

 

VideoPlayback - Task Manager RAM problem (Android)

August 19, 2012 - 9:15pm #4

Wew.. these devices are the most used.

Yes I am using Galaxy Tab.. is this problem come from the os Android or from the manufacture?
Asus for Nexus and Samsung for galaxy tab

is there anyone report this? or any official site discussing this issue?

Thank you vincekilian.

 

 

VideoPlayback - Task Manager RAM problem (Android)

August 19, 2012 - 1:09pm #3

Are you using a Galaxy Nexus or Tab?  There is a known memory issue with these devices.

VideoPlayback - Task Manager RAM problem (Android)

August 19, 2012 - 9:33am #2

Anyone use VideoPlayback? with same problem?

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