USB Sync: Use itunes to fast sync movies to your iPad.
WIFI Upload: Upload movies by the web browser of your computer, support ie/safari/firefox/chrome.
FTP server: Upload movies by the ftp client of your computer, support cyberduck/filezilla.
FTP Client: You can download files from FTP server to your iPad.
SAMBA Client: You can download files from SAMBA server to your iPad.
Streaming: Support HTTP/RTSP/MMS/FTP/SAMBA streaming.
File Management: Support New/Rename/Cut/Paste/Delete.
Playlist: Create your own playlist, and play files continuous, you can even use OPlayer as a music player.
Different Play Mode: Support Loop off/Loop One/Loop all.
Screen Lock: View your movie even on the bed.
Dynamically Menu: Dynamically choose audio/subtitle/video channel and encoding method.
Resume Function: Don’t worry about closing your application suddenly.
TV Out: Both cable TV out and AirPlay are supported.
By default, we will not backup media data when you do iTunes sync, and you can’t see the files in iTunes, you can enable it in the settings page to backup your media data.
OPlayer IOS FAQ:
To add files to your OPlayer app, you have to go to iTunes, and select the “Apps” tab. At the bottom of this page, there’s a “File sharing” section – just select OPlayer in the list, and add files from there. Note that you don’t have to sync your iPhone or iPad to iTunes to add movies. Just drop files in the “File sharing” tab, and they’ll be uploaded immediately. You can even use a friend’s iTunes to add videos to your own iPhone. Also, adding files over WiFi is supported. Indeed, WiFi is significantly slower than USB, and ruins the battery life.
OPlayer is able to play RTSP/MMS/FTP/SAMBA streams, If you want to use OPlayer to open the streaming from your website, add “oplayer:” prefix in the URL.
If you want to watch an attachment in OPlayer(from Mail for example), just do a long press on the attachment. A menu will pop-up that will let you pick OPlayer as a player.
You need to enable backup in the settings page to see files in iTunes.
Currently, only iPhone4s supports 720p MKV file, that’s to be expected. The other iDevices have limited computing power, and cannot handle the complex task of decoding HD movies in real time.
That is because the CPU is not power enough to do video decoding, you can try to enable “Skip Frame” in the file detail page.