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FIRST OF ALL thanks for your answer , would you please write full code , because this is the first time i used videoview and never use surfaceview or Media Player, im not expert in android , please also i cant understand this (manually calculate the desired size of the video, to fill the screen in the desired proportion ) , also i want finally when playing my videos in any mobile phone to occupy full screen without distortion or stretching , this question will be apart of big project so my app will have many videos with different length and size , thanks alot This code will resize the video but will not stretch it.

if you want the video to be fullscreen I imagine you need several resolutions and you need to pick one that matches with your phone, but keep in mind I'm no expert in media playing. My first guess is some broken link or mistype in the URI!

This way it results in full screen video but it stretches the video itself (elongated video) , I'm not applying this improper solution to my videoview, so is there is any way to do it without stretching the video?

Video Class: By simply removing 4 android:layout_align XXX in layout xml file should make your Video View use as much screen space as possible while remain video's aspect ratio.

I modified this from a tutorial for video streaming that I followed some time ago, can't find it right now to reference it, if someone does please add the link to the answer! EDIT Ok, so, if you want the video to occupy the whole screen and you don't want it to stretch you will end up with black stripes in the sides.

In the code I posted we are finding out what is bigger, the video or the phone screen and fitting it the best way we can.

Full Screen Video View video View = new Full Screen Video View(get Activity()); parent View(video View, new Frame Layout. This is how the API is design and suppose to [email protected] i know that , normally it take 1/3 of screen with normal video display , also im not appling that xml with 4 android:layout_align XXX to my app ,its an improper solution i found to force to full screen ,i want any proper way to force it to be in full screen but(without stretching ) , I would assume this is the expected result. there are many device which has different screen size.If you play in portrait mode, the video usually take full width but leave much space on top and bottom, if play in landscape mode, the video usually take full height but leave some space on side. take Samsung Galaxy S2 as an example, the screen size is 480 x 800, which is 5:3 in landscape mode, which you can see is not a normal aspect ratio like 4:3 or 16:9.(which is the default setting now) and use their video chat software, then the connection to Google's servers will be encrypted, which would secure you against any sniffing on an unencrypted Wi Fi network, etc.Google would have access to the data, but I don't think they keep logs of video chats, just text chats.

Full Screen Video View video View = new Full Screen Video View(get Activity()); parent View(video View, new Frame Layout.

This is how the API is design and suppose to [email protected] i know that , normally it take 1/3 of screen with normal video display , also im not appling that xml with 4 android:layout_align XXX to my app ,its an improper solution i found to force to full screen ,i want any proper way to force it to be in full screen but(without stretching ) , I would assume this is the expected result. there are many device which has different screen size.

If you play in portrait mode, the video usually take full width but leave much space on top and bottom, if play in landscape mode, the video usually take full height but leave some space on side. take Samsung Galaxy S2 as an example, the screen size is 480 x 800, which is 5:3 in landscape mode, which you can see is not a normal aspect ratio like 4:3 or 16:9.

(which is the default setting now) and use their video chat software, then the connection to Google's servers will be encrypted, which would secure you against any sniffing on an unencrypted Wi Fi network, etc.

Google would have access to the data, but I don't think they keep logs of video chats, just text chats.

But concerning security, all you have to do is setup a VPN (IPSec or otherwise) so that either your girlfriend can join your local network or vice-versa.