Ah .. I see that people at work made public one of our latest projects: The Conceptronic MediaTitan and someone told mpcclub after reading the newspage
a complete new kind of media player (yep all kind of formats can be played (like the cfullhdma)) / recorder with DVB-T functionalities. Especially for those countries with large DVB-T usage (free to air) .. the remote control is awesome rocking in usability but totally different in what people are used to use …
the design is slick and slim and it was kept very simple.
Internal is a nice new processor (will be revealed later) ;-)
Especially on the GUI the dev team has worked hard for many month’s to get a nice usable GUI (Graphical User Interface)
A small hint or tip of the main menu:
v01.09.04 [beta testers version]
this version is only interesting for those who want to play with NFS …
1. support NFS (experimental)
Support for NFS shares is added through the iMEDIA menu button
Add a new station: give it a name and enter for the address
for example when using CH3SNAS with NFS you can enter nfs://192.168.1.20:/mnt/HD_a2
when pressing ok you will notice that the ICON is still a blue circle, go out of this menu and go to the main menu or ie. setup menu. Re-enter the iMedia folder and the blue circle is changed into a folder. When entering this folder the actually mount of the NFS share is being executed
and you can access the NFS shares you have created in your exports file.
sidenote: if the icon has changed in a folder through the BGM button you can only edit the title, if you need to change the path, you have to enter a new station. If the icon is still the blue circle you can edit all through the BGM button
this feature is experimental and we are checking how to make it more userfriendly. But hey .. NFS itself is not really userfriendly ;-) its for linux geeks only, no linux box/nas no NFS
2. remove PowerOff warning/error message
3. fix small avi ( ~10M ) segmenataion fault issue from NAS
People who want to beta test can apply with a valid e-mail address in the comments.