SVPlayer - watch in 60+ fps

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About this app

SVP (a.k.a. SmoothVideo Project) converts any video to 60 fps (and even higher) and performs this in real time. From the extensive feedback from the community, we learned that anyone who watched at least three movies at high frame rate would never ever want to watch anything in the obsolete 24 fps standard ;)

More info plus desktop applications:

In-app purchases: frame rate conversion (MEMC) is a PAID option after short trial period.

Using SmoothVideo Project (SVP) real-time motion interpolation (MEMC) engine, including:
* Target frame rate selection (48 fps, 60 fps, 120 fps, x2, x3 rate...)
* Flexible configuration
* Black bars detection and lighting
* Built-in file browser supporting streaming from Samba/CIFS shares, DLNA, WebDAV and FTP.

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Please be aware that SVP engine requires a recent and powerful CPU and a vendor-specific OpenCL support. At least Snapdragon 855 performance level is highly recommended for 1080p playback.
SVPlayer WILL drain the battery as top games do and it MAY NOT WORK at all on old/slow devices. Please don't write bad reviews just because your device can't handle it.

Based on mpv video player supporting:
* All video and audio formats out there
* Hardware video decoding
* Playback of network streams
* High quality scaling and rendering
* HDR tone mapping
* and much more...

If you'd like helping with translations to your language - feel free to contact us ;)

Q & A

Q: Is my device supported?
A: We don't have any phone/tablet on the planet in our hands. Therefore you can try SVPlayer by yourself for free and decide if it works for you or not.

Q: Why my device is not supported?
A: Various reasons:
- Android version older than 9;
- less than 2 GB of RAM (at least 3 GB is highly recommended);
- device doesn't support and/or provide access to OpenCL API - for example, NVIDIA Shield.

Q: Recommended hardware?
A: Snapdragon 855 or equal, 4 GB of RAM

Q: Will you support Android TV?
A: Probably later. Right now, there're no powerful enough Android TV boxes out there. And Shield doesn't have OpenCL.

Q: My device lagging / stuttering!
A: There're various methods to lower CPU consumption:
- on the "Frame rate" page move the performance/quality slider to the left, step by step;
- on the "Size and light" page set the "Decrease frame" to at least 1080p, or even to 720p.
- for the 10-bit video, _disable_ the "Allow output in 10-bit color depth" option
- turn off hardware decoder (the HW button), this may help in some cases

Q: There's no video / green screen / etc
A: Try to turn off hardware decoding (via options, or with the HW button). Not every SoC supports hardware decoding of every video format or codec.

Q: Can I open Youtube (P**nhub, etc.) video?
A: You need a direct link to the M3U8 stream. You can use 3rd-party software, for example "Web Video Caster" can open network stream in an external player.

Q: Web Video Caster doesn't launch SVPlayer in Android 12!
A: This is an Android 12 limitation. Here's an explanation and possible workaround:

Q: How can I save / download converted video?
A: SVPlayer is a ---> player <--- , it doesn't "convert videos" but inserts new frames in real-time. There's no video encoder here. If you want re-encode video to 60 fps - use desktop SVP app (Windows, macOS, Linux).

Q: I can't pay via Google
A: Install a standalone APK from our web site.

Q: I can't find my ASS/SSA subtitles on local storage
A: It's an Anroid 11+ limitation, it only allows to browse "media files" and .ass/.ssa are not "media" according to Google. Still you can open them via native file picker (green robot button).
Updated on
Oct 25, 2023

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info and App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

2.46K reviews
Aaron Henry
September 29, 2021
Been using SVP for years on PC. Works very well for me, but this is quite a powerful (Asus ROG Phone II). My only complaint (and knocked star) is due to the file loading, which is that it can only load one file at a time. Once the video is over it pauses (no loop options) and you've gotta open the explorer from the start and navigate to the next file every time. I've tried three different file explorers :(. Edit: They fixed it, thank you SVP Team.
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August 29, 2021
There's a "open next file in this folder" button in ver. 1.1.2
Abhishek Kylasa
August 19, 2022
I have been waiting for a full decade for SVP to make it to Android, and fortunately it does not disappoint. Works perfectly for 1080P content (=>60FPS) smoothly and without a hitch even on older hardware like the OnePlus 7 Pro with default settings. If running a newer device, you will not have any issue and may be able to get higher frame rates or quality. Player features are limited, but it does well enough with basic features such as zoom or playback speed. Looking forward to future updates.
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Chris W.
May 27, 2022
UPDATE: Thanks for the prompt response! I was impressed with how well the app works on my old Note 8, and it's pretty much seamless on my S22 AT 1080p 90 FPS. Do you have any plans to add encoding featues to the Android app? I know there are some limitations with low power ARM chips vs x86. I'm just curious. Maybe even something like FFmpeg would be cool. OLD:I own the desktop app, but didn't mind accidentally paying the $2.99 to on Android, after paying I can't adjust the frame rate.
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April 28, 2022
There's a built-in source frame rate limiter - see '' in 'for nerds' section. Interpolating higher frame rate videos will take too much CPU power.

What's new

= attempt to fix a few possible crashes