PlayStation News (UMS) Universal Media Server updated to v6.6.0

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By ed89 on Mar 2, 2017 at 10:09 AM
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    Lead Developer Subjunk and his team updated UMS (Universal Media Server) to v.6.6.0. In this update the support for many renderers was added and improved, some minor bugs were fixed, support for AIFF files was added and more. UMS Universal Media Server is a popular DLNA server which supports a lot of devices including PS4, PS3, PS Vita and many more. You can view the full change log and all supported devices below.​

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    • About Universal Media Server (UMS)
      Universal Media Server (UMS) is a DLNA compliant UPnP Media Server. Originally written to support the PlayStation 3, it has been expanded to support a range of other media renderers, including Xbox 360 and various televisions and media centers. Written in Java, it streams or transcodes many different media formats with minimum configuration from many platforms. It is supported by the MPlayer and FFmpeg packages.

    • Changes in 6.6.0:
      • General:
        • Added support for AIFF files
        • Improved detection of the language of subtitles
        • Debugging and logging improvements
        • Fixed forcing the usage of discrete GPUs on Apple computers with dual GPUs
        • Fixed minor bugs
      • Languages:
        • Added Thai translation
        • Synchronized translations with Crowdin
      • Renderers:
        • Added support for Panasonic DMR Blu-ray recorders
        • Added support for Pioneer Blu-ray players
        • Added support for Sony BRAVIA XD 70/75 series TVs
        • Added support for Yamaha RX-A2050
        • Enabled UPnP control support on Panasonic TVs
        • Improved support for Google Chromecast
        • Improved support for LG WebOS TVs
        • Improved support for Panasonic Viera VT60 TVs
        • Improved support for Philips PFL TVs
        • Improved support for Sony BRAVIA KDL-NX800 series TVs
        • Improved support for Sony BRAVIA XD 70/75/80/83/85/93/94 series TVs
        • Fixed image stretching on Sony BRAVIA 5500 series TVs
      • Dependencies:
        • Updated Apache commons-lang to 3.5
        • Updated ChromeCast Java API to 0.9.2
        • Updated dcraw to 9.27
        • Updated ICU4J to 58.2
        • Updated logback to 1.1.8

    • Official Site link to compare Media Servers with UMS
      Media Servers Comparison

    • Device Support

      • AC Ryan PlayOn!HD
      • Apple iPad
      • Apple iPod
      • Asus O!Play
      • Boxee
      • Cambridge Audio BD Players
      • D-Link DSM
      • Freecom MusicPal
      • Google Chromecast
      • LG Smart TV Upgrader
      • Logitech Squeezebox
      • Microsoft Xbox One
      • Netgear NeoTV
      • Onkyo A/V Receivers
      • Panasonic Sound Systems
      • Philips Streamium
      • Pioneer Kuro
      • Realtek media players
      • Samsung smart phones
      • Sharp TVs
      • Sony A/V receivers
      • Sony Network Media Players
      • Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4)
      • Sony smart phones
      • Telstra T-Box
      • VideoWeb TV
      • Western Digital WD TV Live
      • Xtreamer
      • AnyCast
      • Apple iPhone
      • Apple TV
      • BlackBerry
      • Brite-view CinemaTube
      • DirecTV HR
      • Freebox
      • Google Android
      • Hama Internet Radio
      • LG TVs
      • Microsoft Xbox 360
      • Miracast M806
      • Nokia N900
      • OPPO Blu-ray players
      • Panasonic TVs
      • Panasonic DMR Blu-ray recorders (new since v6.6.0)
      • Philips TVs
      • Pioneer Blu-ray players (new since v6.6.0)
      • Popcorn Hour
      • Roku 3
      • Samsung TVs
      • Showtime
      • Sony Blu-ray players
      • Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3)
      • Sony PlayStation Vita
      • Sony TVs
      • Technisat S1+
      • Vizio Smart TVs
      • XBMC Media Center
      • Yamaha A/V receiver

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