UMP (Unified Media Platform)

 
Item
Value
Remark
       
  Audio File Supp MP3 Theoretically up to any plausible bitrate. VBR tested.
    WAV PCM theoretically up to any plausible bitrate. VBR
    WMA Theoretically up to any plausible bitrate. VBR
    AAC Theoretically up to any plausible bitrate. VBR
    FLAC Theoretically up to any plausible bitrate. VBR
    OGG Theoretically up to any plausible bitrate. VBR tested.
      Device does NOT support DRM in any form.
       
  Video File Supp WMV  
    WMV-HD 1280x720p tested.
    DivX DivX 6 @ 768x576 tested.
    FLV Flash 10 tested, local and stream.
    3GP Nokia format 3GP @ 320x240 tested.
    MPEG1  
    MPEG2 Device can play DVD tracks from a DVD or the harddisk.
      Device supports backing up a DVD as a simple copy, or reencoding the item.
      Device supports playback of any DVD region, provided the drive allows this.
    MPEG4 1280x720p tested.
    ASX  
    ISO/IMG/BIN(+CUE) DVD or VCD images are supported.
    VCD VCD playback is fully supported
    NOTE: Not all content may play back at certain resolutions.
      Multilingual Video supported with additional audio files or audio tracks in the video.
       
  Image File Supp BMP  
    ICO  
    PNG  
    JPG/JPEG  
    PSD NOT IMPLEMENTED YET
    TIF/TIFF  
    GIF Animated GIF not yet tested.
    MJPEG NOT IMPLEMENTED YET
       
  Games Support SNES Fully supports emulation for any SMC or similar format ROM. Save games can even
      be imported to and exported from from the Win32 build.
    DOS Device uses DOSbox to emulate various elder hardware platforms. Most DOS games
      should work perfectly. DOSbox emulates a Sound Blaster for sound support.
    MAME MAME can be added to the device (NOT INCLUDED)
    PSX Device supports Sony Playstation games, if a BIOS and the game image or disc are
      provided. (BIOS NOT INCLUDED)
       
  Web Support HTML The webbrowser is a clone of Mozilla Firefox, developed mainly by the same group.
    JavaScript One can safely assume that Iceweasel supports any features in Firefox 2.xx.
    CSS Level 2  
    XPI plugin installation.  
    Flash Flash 10 content is supported.
    IM Client Device features an IM client supporting the following networks: ICQ, AIM, Yahoo,
      Gadu-Gadu, MSN, Jabber/XMPP, GoogleTalk, AOL, QQ and IRC.
       
  Network Supp 10/100 Mbit Ethernet 10/100 Tested. Throughput approx 86% over SMB, 11.4MB/s via HTTP.
    Wake on LAN Wake on LAN support. Use default port 9 UDP.
    Samba (SMB) Server Device is running Samba with NTLMv1 and NTLMv2 support.
    Samba (SMB) Client Device can mount with NTLMv1 and NTLMv2 by means of the UMP SMBClient.
    FTP Server Device is running vsftpd with local user authentication and chroot.
    FTP Client Device can access FTP by means of the webbrowser.
    NFS Server Device is running NFS-kernel-server with full NFSv4 support. 
    NFS Client Device supports mounting external file systems via NFSv3/NFSv4
    HTTP/HTTPS Server Device is running Twisted, a Python based webserver. Device Management, File
      Access and the Electronic Program Guide are available via the UI. SSLv3 optionally available.
    HTTP/HTTPS Client Device can access HTTP and HTTP over SSL URL's with the webbrowser.
      Additionally, the devices features an option in it's web UI to download an external
      URL which may be either a file or a common Youtube link.
    RSS Client Device supports RSS 0.9, 1.0 and 2.0 feeds natively. The webbrowser also supports
      these formats and more (ATOM1.0)
    RSS Server Device implements an RSS server to report it's library updates.
    TCP Remote Control Device can be remotely controlled via a TCP socket and a client making use of HTTP
      or Telnet requests. See the full documentation for more info.
    UDP Remote Control Device can be remotely controlled via a UDP socket.
    Bittorrent Client Device can download multiple bittorrent files simultaneously. DHT support is currently
      disabled but present. DHT uses port 6881 TCP and the main port range is set to
      the port range 59867-59867 TCP, but could be modified by the user.
    Streaming Audio/Video Client Device supports most common protocols and codecs for streaming content. A few
      examples are Youtube, CNN, Shoutcast, Icecast, WWITV and FreeboxTV.
    UPnP AV Client UPnP MediaServer ControlPoint - UPnP-client which auto-detects UPnP servers on 
      the network to browse and stream media/data-files from them.
      UPnP MediaRenderer DCP - device can render (play) content.
    UPnP AV Server UPnP MediaServer DCP - UPnP-server that provides media library information and 
      streams media-data (audio/video/picture files) to UPnP-clients on the network.
      DLNA Digital media server (DMS).
      Device's UPnP server supports DLNA 1.0 and a rudimentary XboX compatibility mode.
       
  Tuner Support FM Radio FM radio band coverage from 87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz (see Specs for more info)
    Analog TV Full frequency range from 48.25 to 863.25 MHz (see Specs for more info)
    DVB-T TV DVB-T playback and recording supported for non-encrypted broadcasts.
      Recording in any resolution up to 720x576 (PAL) or any desired resolution.
       
  HID Support PS/2 Separate PS/2 Mouse and Keyboard connectors are available.
    USB Device supports generic HID class devices, including wireless mice, game controllers,
      wireless keyboards, iR learn capable remote controls, joysticks and trackballs.
      WARNING: The Logitech Harmony remote controls do not have a profile in their
      database for the the current remote iR code set.
      The definition of the UMP-XXX-A is currently pending within Harmony.
      For other remote controls there is a generic codeset which will operate most functions
       
  Optical Support USB, SATA and ATAPI (IDE) Optical drives are  Device supports Mixed Mode CD's, Audio CD's, DVD's and common Data CD's.
    supported (USB recommended) Support for CD-RW/DVD-RW and/or other formats depends on the connected drive's
      capabilities.
      BluRay drives are supported, but BRD's**** aren't because of the UFS2.0 and UFS2.5
      filesystems.
      Device uses CDDB to look up Audio CD's online if connected to the internet.
      Device can backup or reencode DVDs in a number of popular video formats, including
      XviD, MPEG4, H264 and LAVC.
      Device can rip Audio CD's into WAV, MP3, OGG and FLAC.