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GMediaRender is a UPnP(TM) media renderer for POSIX(R)-compliant
systems, such as GNU/Linux(R) or UNIX(R). It implements the server
component that provides UPnP controllers a means to render media
content (audio, video and images) from a UPnP media server.

UPnP(TM) is a trademark of the UPnP Implementers Corporation.
"POSIX" is a registered trademark of the IEEE in the United States.
Linux(R) is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S.
and other countries. UNIX(R) is a registered trademark of The Open
Group. All other trademarks are the property of their respective
owners.

Registration Date: Wed Aug 31 15:19:22 2005
License: GNU General Public License v2 or later
Development Status: 3 - Alpha

 

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GMediaRender v0.0.6 released
     posted by soggie, Wed Nov 7 12:56:40 2007 - 0 replies

This version now passes the UPnP A/V Renderer test suite of the Intel Device Validator for UPnP Technologies, and can be controlled with the Intel AV Media Controller.

IP address, UUID and friendly name can now be set at runtime.

GMediaRender v0.0.5 released
     posted by soggie, Tue Nov 6 08:39:10 2007 - 0 replies

Another minor update, switched to gstreamer-0.10 and libupnp-1.6.0

(from http://pupnp.sourceforge.net)

- Adds largefile support (for when libupnp is compiled with largefile support)
- Proper encoding of LastChange event in AVTransport service
- Configurable GSreamer audio and video sink from command-line

GMediaRender v0.0.4 released
     posted by soggie, Mon Mar 27 12:32:25 2006 - 0 replies

A minor update, fixing compilation with libupnp >= 0.3.0

First preliminary release
     posted by soggie, Mon Sep 5 09:19:34 2005 - 0 replies

A first, preliminary, source code distribution has been made available. Though a bit rough on the edges, audio and video rendering is functional.


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