PS News Universal Media Server v9.2.0 Released

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By STLcardsWS on Jan 20, 2020 at 8:29 AM
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    Universal Media Server has now been updated and matured to v9.2.0 by the UMS team, lead by developer Subunk. The UPnP / DLNA & HTTP/S Media server works on your PS Vita / PlayStation TV, PlayStation 3 (PS3) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) and a tons of other devices you may own (see tab below for all devices supported) This is an extremely well built project that has been in development for years now and continues to evolve and grow with the dedication from the UMS development team. This utility will run on many operating systems and will connect to your supported devices to stream your personal collections of media (audio/video) via your locally connected network. See many details included below and also at the UMS official website we have linked below:

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    • Universal Media Server is a DLNA, UPnP and HTTP/S Media Server. It was originally based on PS3 Media Server by shagrath. UMS was started by SubJunk, an official developer of PMS, in order to ensure greater stability and file-compatibility.​

      To see a comparison of popular media servers, click here

      Universal Media Server supports all major operating systems, with versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
      The program streams or transcodes video, audio and image formats with little or no configuration.
      It is powered by FFmpeg, MEncoder, tsMuxeR, MediaInfo, OpenSubtitles and more, which combine to offer support for a wide range of media formats.​

      If you would like to donate to the project, (See Link)
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    • 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
      • and more!
      • 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
      • Philips TVs
      • 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 receivers

    • Comparison of Media Servers

      Official FAQ:

    • This release (v9.2.0) improves support for subtitles across all devices, adds and improves support for new devices, fixes bugs, and more!

      Our previous release, 9.1.0, was a big success, with 150k+ downloads. Thanks to our users for your continued support and help to implement new features and to track down and fix bugs. Our community rocks!

      If you are interested in helping us develop UMS, we have easy stories to get started on on our GitHub repository, just head on over and we can point you in the right direction.​

      Changelogs 9.2.0

      • General:
        • Added more precise support for subtitles in renderer profiles. See the si and se options in DefaultRenderer.conf.
        • Fixed uninstallation of Windows service (thanks, pponce!)
        • Use secure connections for program updates (thanks, xaitax!)
        • Fixed startup on Linux using ARM processors (thanks, felsen2011!)
        • Logging improvements
      • Renderers:
        • Added support Sony BRAVIA AG series TVs (thanks, rubin55!)
        • Improved support for 2019 Samsung TVs, including 8K streaming
        • Improved support for Panasonic GX800B
      • Translation updates via Crowdin:
        • Chinese Traditional (100%)
        • Croatian (44%)
        • Danish (100%)
        • English (United Kingdom) (3%)
        • Hungarian (71%)
        • Korean (33%)
        • Slovak (100%)
        • Slovenian (60%)
        • Swedish (97%)
      Notes:
      • The Windows releases work on Windows Vista onwards.

      Changelog v9.1.0
      • General:
        • Added automatic updating to Linux and macOS (it already existed on Windows)
        • Added the UMS version to the web interface
        • Added a different icon in macOS dark mode (thanks, bcbomb47!)
        • Fixed pixelation of icon on some Linux distributions
      • Renderers:
        • Fixed support for external subtitles on some Samsung TVs (thanks, pipin!)
      • Translation updates via Crowdin:
        • Bulgarian (93%)
        • Croatian (29%)
        • Danish (99%)
        • Dutch (93%)
        • Finnish (100%)
        • Italian (100%)
        • Korean (33%)
        • Persian (35%)
        • Turkish (100%)
      • Dependencies:
        • Updated JRE to 1.8.231
      Notes:
      • The Windows releases work on Windows Vista onwards.

     
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2020

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Discussion in 'THE FEED (Submit/View News)' started by STLcardsWS, Jan 20, 2020.

    1. Maggot_Liutenant
    2. kaluas
      kaluas
      After PS4's stock player vanished, you have to pay littlstar a monthly fee to watch videofiles through ftp on PS4. Fact is, PS4's stock player vanished with a firmware update around the same time littlstar's app implemented the subscription or the 40$ one time fee to sideload vids with a USB...

      I wanna rant so much about $ony...

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