CategoryUniversal Media Server

Universal Media Server 5.1.4 released


This release improves file support, detection, browsing and transcoding speed, stability and more!

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Universal Media Server 5.1.3 released


This release improves file support, detection and stability for many renderers, adds and improves documentation, fixes bugs and more!

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Universal Media Server 5.1.2 released


This release improves file support, detection and stability for many renderers, adds new settings and fixes bugs!

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Universal Media Server 5.1.0 released


This release adds 64-bit transcoding, saves settings automatically, improves speed in several ways, fixes bugs and more!

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Universal Media Server 5.0.1 released


This release adds and improves support for lots of devices and filetypes, updates several language translations and squashes a whole heap of bugs!

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Universal Media Server 5.0.0 released


This release adds a major redesign of the Status tab, support for UPnP connections and playback, IMDB information with filename prettifying, HTML5 video support in the web interface, xmb playlist folders, support for more renderers, fixes bugs and more!

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Universal Media Server 4.4.0 released


This release adds and improves support for renderers and file formats, fixes many bugs, improves speed and more!

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Universal Media Server 5.0.0-b1 released


This release adds a major redesign of the Status tab, automatic reloading of external files, dynamic playlist support, improvements to the web interface and more!

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Universal Media Server 4.3.0 released


This release adds the ability to transcode to H.265, adds and improves support for many renderers and files, fixes bugs and more!

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Changes since 4.2.2:

  • General:
    • Added the ability to transcode to H.265
    • Improved filename prettifying
    • Improved support for many formats and codecs
    • Fixed VLC engine
    • Formatted the default renderer file
  • Renderers:
    • Added support for LG UB820V TVs
    • Added support for Logitech Squeezebox
    • Fixed video aspect ratios on Philips and Sony TVs
    • Improved support for Hama IR320
    • Improved support for LG LM660 TVs
    • Improved support for Netgem N7700
    • Improved support for Roku 3
    • Improved support for Samsung EH6070 TVs
    • Improved support for Samsung H4500 TVs
    • Improved support for Samsung HU7000 TVs
    • Improved support for Samsung HU9000 TVs
    • Improved support for Xbox 360
  • Languages:
    • Updated Dutch translation (thanks, leroy!)

Universal Media Server 4.2.2 released


This release fixes Xbox One detection, adds support for several new devices, improves folder population speed, fixes bugs and more!

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Changes since 4.2.1:

  • General:
    • Improved compatibility of H.264 transcoding when using MEncoder
    • Customized buffer color
  • Renderers:
    • Added support for Hama IR320 (thanks, Enrice!)
    • Added support for Roku 3 (incomplete) (thanks, weyrava and drocket!)
    • Added support for Panasonic ET60 Series TVs (thanks, Enrice!)
    • Added support for Samsung F5100 Blu-ray Disc players (thanks, maracucho!)
    • Added support for Samsung Galaxy S5 (thanks, FlyMcDoogal!)
    • Added support for Sony PlayStation Vita (incomplete) (thanks, Verequies, Balmung and xubz!)
    • Fixed Xbox One detection (thanks, Whogie!)
  • Languages:
    • Updated Spanish translation (thanks, AlfredoRamos!)
  • External Components:
    • Updated JNA to 4.1.0, which fixes bugs
    • Updated Maven Exec Plugin to 1.3.2, which fixes bugs
    • Updated Maven Findbugs Plugin to 3.0.0, which fixes bugs
    • Updated Maven Javadoc Plugin to 2.10.1, which fixes bugs
    • Updated Maven Jdepend Plugin to 2.0, which fixes bugs
    • Updated Maven Site Plugin to 3.4, which fixes bugs
    • Updated Netty to 3.9.5, which fixes bugs

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