Mvix Ultio "It Plays All" HD media streamer debuts in the U.S. July 6 for $179 - AVS Forum
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"We'd heard rumors Mvix USA would be rolling out an upgraded 1080p capable media box to rival the earlier MvixPVR and here it is. Dubbed the Ultio, it has a list of supported codecs and containers that rivals the new Popcorn Hour C-200 in its thoroughness -- DivX® (3/4/5/6), Xvid, AVC-HD, MPEG 1/2/4, WMV-9, ASF(WMV9), MKV, DVD(IFO, VOB), ISO, MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, FLAC, AC3 -- it's all here, with a slightly awkward Swiss Army knife-themed tagline to boot. The $169 price tag is sans-3.5-inch SATA HDD, though you can add one for $79 (500GB) $90 (1TB) or $139 (1.5TB). Of course network streaming is a part of the package, with Mvix's usual suite of Samba / UPnP / ********** (mentioning compatibility with PlayOn and Tversity specifically to get all your Netflix, YouTube and other streaming sources to TV) via Ethernet or optional Wireless-N dongle. It's up for pre-orders now, take a close look at the specs and pics then get in line before they start shipping July 6."

From Engadget.

I'm not currently in the market but thought it may be good fodder for discussion.
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just got an Egreat M34A and have been very happy with it. What can the Mvix supposedly do that others cannot?
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More info from http://mvixcommunity.com/index.php?

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Here's what we can tell you right now. MvixUSA has not been working with prior partners on this product. This means that the new media center device will be using new chips and chipsets. This in turn means even more formats will be supported. As a teaser, the new unit, titled the Mvix Ultio (isn't that Latin for 'revenge'!?), will support FLAC, MKV and H.264! It is rumored to also have an embedded UPnP and a bittorent client.


Perhaps the best news will be that the majority of the Linux-based code will be provided for free and shipped with the device itself! Certainly, this is proof-positive that MvixUSA has been listening to the community and the clamors for opening up the code. Another benefit from MvixUSA producing this product themselves is that feedback will go directly to the manufacturer and they will be able to fix issues themselves.

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Where is it listed for sale at? I don't see it at mvixusa.com
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Information on Site:

http://www.mvixusa.com/ultio/1080p-h...heater-pc.html

Ordering Link:

http://www.mvixusa.com/store/index.p...in_description

This is the mail I sent to service @ mvixusa.com (Address given in the user manual)

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Hi,

I saw the press release for the Mvix Ultio online, and am really excited about purchasing the gadget. Prior to purchase, I have a few questions and some sample files regarding which I would like to know the playback capability:

The files are as follows (all are sample clips only):

1. http://files.getdropbox.com/u/132004...mple_16ref.mkv

2. http://rapidshare.com/files/17256422...80p-Sample.mkv

3. http://files.getdropbox.com/u/132004...010000kbps.mkv

Files 1 and 2 are 16 reference frame H264 streams, while File 3 is a 60fps H264 stream becoming common in today's camcorders. These are the streams that I have which do not play in my WDTV. I am looking to replace WDTV with a gadget with better functionality with respect to the percentage of files which can be played back successfully.

I am sure the Mvix Ultio will turn into a must-buy once the above files can be played back! I look forward to a hopefully positive response which will help me put down the cash to purchase this impressive gadget

Please let me know where and how I can follow up on this query and your response.


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I'm definitely interested in this box. It's set at a great price point.
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I'm definitely interested in this box. It's set at a great price point.



Man that thing is FUGLY! It looks like someone fitted components for a media player into a 1970s cable converter box as a hobbiest retro project. fail.
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Full 1080p Media Decoding Technology
Supports popular 1080p HD video codecs, including
H.264, MKV, Dixv HD, MPEG 2-TS, VC-1, WMV9.
Enjoy playback from over a dozen video formats and
codecs on your HD LCD or Plasma via HDMI interface.
Flexibility, Scalability and Portability
For movies, TV shows, camcorder footage and more,
the Mvix Ultio is capable of playing dozens of digital
media files and formats including DivX® (3/4/5/6), Xvid,
MPEG 1/2/4, WMV-9, ASF(WMV9), MKV, DVD(IFO,
VOB), ISO, MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, FLAC, AC3. The
Media Center is completely Scalable – you decide what
HDD-size suits you!

Built-In Torrent Client
Built-in Torrent Client, combined with NAS features
provides an idea setup for digital media acquisition,
storage and sharing.
Home-theater PC Experience
Combined with spectacular picture quality of HD video
and crystal clear sound clarity of digital audio, the Ultio
provides a complete HTPC experience. Ability to install
an internal SATA hard drive allows versatile
applications.

Network Media Playback
Network media streaming from a shared, passwordprotected
folder of a PC or NAS or a server over
Ethernet (RJ45) connection or a wireless-N network
(optional). Complete Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)
support with embedded Samba Client. UPnP allows for
seamless integration with services like PlayOn (stream
video content from Netflix, Hulu, CBS, Youtube, CNN,
ESPN and much more)

File Management via Remote Control
Manage your entire media collection from the comfort
of your living room. The media center is equipped for
enabling complete file management features directly
from the remote control - no need of a PC for its
operations. Provides features like formatting hard-drive,
Copy, Delete, Rename of files and even physical transfer
of files between USB storage, Network shares, PC and
its internal HDD simply via the hand-held remote.)

Specifications
Model No: Mvix Ultio (MX-800HD ) HD UPnP Media Player
HDD Compatibility Supports 3.5 SATA hard disk (capacity up to 1.5TB), HDD not included
HDD Format FAT32, EXT3 or NTFS format
External Storage Via USB Host (for external CD ROM / DVD ROM / Portable HDD / USB storage)
Video Resolution H.264, MKV, WMV9, TS and HD Divx supports up to 1920 x 1080p
RM/RMVB supports up to 720p
TV System Compatibility PAL, NTSC, Auto
Networking LAN RJ45 10/100M or Wi-Fi 802.11N (via USB dongle, sold seperately)
Network Protocols Embedded uPnP Client, Samba Client
Video Playback
Codec: H.264, MKV, WMV9, MPEG 1/2/4, HD Divx , Xvid, FLV, RM/RMVB
Container: mkv, ts, m2ts, mts, tp, trp, wmv, Ifo, iso, vob, dat, avi, mpg, mp4, mov,
rm, rmvb, divx, xvid, flv
Audio Playback
Codec: MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, AAC, LPCM, FLAC, AC3
Container: WAV [.wav, .pcm], ADIF, ADTS [.aac], M4A [.m4a], OGG [.ogg],
ASF/WMA [.asf, .wma], FLAC [.flac]
Image Playback JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF
Subtitle Playback sub, smi, ssa, srt, idx + sub
Audio Video Out HDMI1.3 (digital video and audio signals), Component (Y Pb Pr), Composite Video
output , Optical (5.1Ch Dolby Digital), Stereo double audio output (Audio R/L),
I / O Ports
USB2.0 Host (for connecting external CD ROM / DVD ROM / Portable HDD /
USB storage / USB WIFI), USB2.0 Slave to transfer Media from PC.
10/100Mbps Ethernet port (Media Transfer and Sharing across network
Torrent Client Embedded Bit torrent Client (Coming soon)
File Management HDD Format, Copy, Delete, Rename, File Transfer via hand-held Remote
Power Input Universal AC 100 ~230V 50Hz, DC
Power Consumption DC 12V 2A, 30-W
Language English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Dutch, Hebrew
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Man that thing is FUGLY! It looks like someone fitted a box in a 1970s converter as a hobbiest retro project. fail.

Well, it looks better than the front of the Dell PC that doubles up as my HTPC presently in my living room.. For me, what really matters is the internals.. Can it better the Xtreamer in playback capability?

Also, people in the US might prefer this to Xtreamer since it is shipped from within the country, and the exact cost to the pocket is known in advance (not like Xtreamer, where you have to wait for CC exchange rates / fees / customs taxes etc., and in all possibility will end up being costlier than the $169 quoted for this box).

All said, the industrial design for this product is nothing to write back home about. The Xtreamer scores in that respect definitely.

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Also the remote is Fugly too. They should call this the Mvix Fulgio. Or the Mvix Grandpa. Because it looks like something I saw in his basement once.

Also could they make the MVIX logo a little bigger? Because I'm pretty sure once they suck $200 out of our wallet, we'll forget who made the player. I wonder what chipset/memory is inside and if it's as good as (or the same as) the Xtreamer's RT128X.
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This was to be expected.

They have made the source code public before Xtreamer.

http://www.mvixusa.com/support/index...nloaditemid=50

You can see the link to the RealTek_GPL.tar.gz in the above link

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Kinda fugly. I already have the AC Ryan on a plane over the ocean right now. Hope I made a good choice. I probably would have gotten the Mvix if I had know it was going to launch this soon.
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This was to be expected.

They have made the source code public before Xtreamer.

http://www.mvixusa.com/support/index...nloaditemid=50

You can see the link to the RealTek_GPL.tar.gz in the above link

This means that modders can even add more codec support instead of only more features?
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How many reframes?
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it says it support flac. How about multi-channel and high bit rate flac, e.g. 5.1 24/48 in an .mkv container, anyone knows?
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it says it support flac. How about multi-channel and high bit rate flac, e.g. 5.1 24/48 in an .mkv container, anyone knows?

I have already opened a support ticket with MvixUSA (they were very prompt in replying) regarding this and also the reframe issue (Gave them 16 reframe sample clips to test out).

Hopefully, we will get to know the results soon!

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I have already opened a support ticket with MvixUSA (they were very prompt in replying) regarding this and also the reframe issue (Gave them 16 reframe sample clips to test out).

Hopefully, we will get to know the results soon!

Great! Please let us know when you hear back.
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This means that modders can even add more codec support instead of only more features?

From their site:
Dont believe it? how about we raise the stakes !

* Go ahead and Download the Sourcecode, and Cook up a New Feature or Application.
* Send it to our MvixGURU's for testing.
* We like, we adopt it, we release it as an Official Firmware.
* You get a $500 Check as our "thank you" gesture.

Simple enough? ... then lets get to work !"

Sounds like a novel approach to encourage the user community.

Now we wait to see the GUI.
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Is the Mvix just a Syabas machine like NMT? Popcornhour, Egreat, Myka?
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Is the Mvix just a Syabas machine like NMT? Popcornhour, Egreat, Myka?

No, it is not. Syabas machines are based on the Sigma chipset. This is based on a Realtek one.

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This means that modders can even add more codec support instead of only more features?

I downloaded the source code for the Realtek chipset firmware, and took a cursory glance. I am no firmware developer (more of a chip design guy), but as far as I could see, there is no code which even gives out any of the Realtek API calls. I feel there is no scope to support more codecs by the user community.

Other learned members, please feel free to correct me if you find information to the contrary.

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Anyone figure out what chipset is in this one? I emailed support and they didn't say.

They said the 'latest realtek chipset' but not the 128(x). Wouldn't the latest Realtek chipset BE the 1283?
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check this out :

http://www.mvix.net/forum/forum_post...256&FID=8&PR=3

Was posted by Unicorn the manufacturer itslef on their official site.

It seems clearer now.

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"Unfortunately MvixUSA - Unicorn partner in USA for the last few years has recently announced their new device - the so called "Mvix Ultio (MX-800HD)"

This announcement is to clarify to all that device is not a Unicorn product, nor it will be supported by Unicorn now or in the future in anyway.

According to initial Unicorn Investigations to the subject matter, the device is an independent unauthorized OEM initiative made by MVIXUSA and originated from other vendor.

The use of the mvix name brand on any product or publication without the advance explicit authorization or permission of Unicorn Korea was reported to the legal department of the company with a clear instructions to take all necessary steps to protect Unicorn rights without delay.

Please note : Any dealer or an e-tailer worldwide offering the sale or distribution of any Mvix devices without explicit authorization in advance from Unicorn Korea will be held liable for infringing Unicorn rights and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent allowed by the law.

Mvix Korea Official site is www.mvix.net

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Can you say Injunction?
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Can you say Injunction?

INJUNCTION!

Haha. Looks like they may have to change the name to the Mvix Uh-oh!

From that quote it seems MvixUSA is a Unicorn partner and has made this product under the Mvix brand without permission and without informing Unicorn. Mvix Uh-oh!
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If i were an ebay seller or a dealer I would not dare to hold this ultio in stock, unless i am looking for trouble and probably plan to go bankrupt in the near future.

This kind of announcment made by Mvix practically killed the ultio before even it was born, as it has no commercial value in the retail market.

I dont realy see how any reasonable business will take the chance to be sued, and with the variety of devices emerging every day in the market i dont see why they should take the chance.

Amazon, ebay and most respectable businesses alike will not hold it in their stock.

It is reasonable to expect that unicorn next steps will be to hunt down any shipment, weblog, hosting company, distributor and custom authority to make this ultio obsolete.

Those here with good memory may recall a similar story in the past with the raphsody devices. The model is gone so its community.
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If i were an ebay seller or a dealer I would not dare to hold this ultio in stock, unless i am looking for trouble and probably plan to go bankrupt in the near future.

This kind of announcment made by Mvix practically killed the ultio before even it was born, as it has no commercial value in the retail market.

I dont realy see how any reasonable business will take the chance to be sued, and with the variety of devices emerging every day in the market i dont see why they should take the chance.

...

It is reasonable to expect that unicorn next steps will be to hunt down any shipment, weblog, hosting company, distributor and custom authority to make this ultio obsolete.

Those here with good memory may recall a similar story in the past with the raphsody devices. The model is gone so its community.

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Anyone email MVIX USA about the Unicorn statement?
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Anyone email MVIX USA about the Unicorn statement?

Yes. They sent me a link to the US Patent and Trademark office which appears to indicate MvixUSA holds trademark to the word 'Mvix' but no idea how the international partnership between MvixUSA and Unicorn is affected or not by that. There are still lots of sticks MvixKorea/Unicorn could use.

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Goods and Services IC 009. US 021 023 026 036 038. G & S: PORTABLE HARD DISK DRIVES, HOME THEATER PCs, AND PORTABLE AUDIO-VIDEO AND MULTIMEDIA PLAYERS. FIRST USE: 20050913. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20050913
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Mark Drawing Code (4) STANDARD CHARACTER MARK
Serial Number 77038184
Filing Date November 7, 2006
Current Filing Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Published for Opposition June 5, 2007
Registration Number 3282002
Registration Date August 21, 2007
Owner (REGISTRANT) MVIX (USA), INC. CORPORATION VIRGINIA 4652 BUCKHORN RIDGE FAIRFAX VIRGINIA 22030
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I guess Unicorn could stop sending MVIX USA anymore product that Unicorn manufactures........
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