Only applies to Linux 4.9 OS.
The system preinstalled two video player with hardware decoding support.
- kplayer - a command video player with hardware decoding support
- kodi - a free and open-source media player software application developed by the XBMC Foundation
Kplayer is a command video player with hardware decoding support, so you need to switch to command line interface to player videos, if you use desktop images, you can use Ctrl+Alt+F1 switch to command line interface.
khadas@Khadas:~$ kplayer 720P.mkv
Use Ctrl+C to exit video player.
Use Ctrl+Alt+F7 switch to desktop environment.
VIM2 doesn't support Kodi.
Just type kodi to launch it in command line interface.
You can use Applications->Sound & Video->Kodi to launch it in desktop environment.