Review of AVPro Video – Unity Plugin

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A Quick Overview of AVPro Video

If you’re looking for a user-friendly solution for playing videos in your apps then the AVPro Video plugin for Unity has you covered. With support for all of the major development platforms like iOS, Android, Windows and more, it’s more than likely whatever it is that you’re building will benefit from this plugin.

Admittedly it is a bit on the pricey side when it comes to Unity Plugins, but if you need a lightweight framework to play videos that won’t bloat your project, this is going to be it. Without hundreds of dependencies and providing a simple drag and drop system, AVPro Video will have you playing videos in your projects in no time. If you run into issues, the developers have prepared and laid out outstanding documentation, and just so you know you’re getting the best bang for your buck, you can even try a free trial version of AVPro Video that will have a watermark but otherwise show you what you’re getting upfront.

VR videos, 8K videos, whether they are on the drive or remote, even adding subtitles, AVPro video has you covered.

What Are Others Saying About AVPro Video

So reading through the reviews it’s clear to see that AVPro Video is a Unity plugin with a lot to offer. Say this for two reasons. One, there are a number of people who are praising the utility and robustness of the plugin. Two, in the few instances where people post a review where they are asking for help or saying something isn’t working, there is a developer response providing either additional information or a push in the right direction.

The documentation is well laid out on the developer’s website and provides you with a quick start tutorial to get you into the thick of it right away. Once you need more than the basics, wandering around the documentation will illuminate any problems you should encounter. If you encounter one where it’s still a nagging issue, head on over to the developer’s Github repo for reporting bugs. 

It seems to me that the developer is standing behind this product, and even at the higher price point it seems like it could be well worth your while to not have to struggle with other solutions. What do you think? Leave your comments below!