We've started working on the preferences user interface. Some details may changes along the way. Here is the General preferences tab: macOS: Windows:
We've been busy implementing advanced support for playlists in the upcoming new version of iSedora Media Server. Three most popular formats are ready: M3U, PLS, and CUE. The M3U parser supports extended attributes for Apple HLS streaming. All playlist formats can target local and Internet media…
Several media formats have a notion of chapters which splits media into logical units. This feature is very handy for listening audio podcasts and books.
We've just installed and begun testing DLNA compatible BD-J7500 Blu-ray player from Samsung. It is a very connection capable device, having built-in Ethernet and Wi-Fi, two HDMI output ports, USB 2.0. Player is equipped with 7.1 sound, 3D and supports native playback for various A/V formats: AVI,…
iSedora 3 will feature all new intelligent video thumbnailer. To produced the best thumb picture, it scans 50 frames in a row, looking for best still frame. Also, the new thumbnailer employs advanced scaling formula, based on the video display aspect ratio, to properly adjust thumb width and height.
A couple of screenshots illustrating the work of the media inspector in iSedora 3. As usual, for the image sample we use our favorite JPEG file from the Google Art Project. It is extreme! File size is 226 MB, picture resolution is 30,000 by 29,560 pixels. PDF file inspection:
First of all, happy New Year to all our users, partners and friends! We've always had tremendous feedback from all of you sharing new ideas on how to make iSedora even better. Thank you! The last year was great for the development of the new version. We moved fully native with server and user…
Up-to-date list of supported subtitles file formats in iSedora 3:
More or less final look of the main connections window:
A couple of screenshots showing logging and monitoring facilities in iSedora Media Server 3. Server Monitor: Note: High CPU usage is due to server stress testing with millions of requests.