@joshjoshlol, candre23: I just downloaded the file to test out the SSA sub, and only see the English sub. I will forward the link to our RD to see if we can display the result as shown in candre23's picture.
@lukano: regarding the GPL code: we do not have the GPL code for CinemaTube. Please correct us if this is wrong, but according to our RD, the device drivers, player fuction, OSD UI, and many programs were written by Realtek and its partners (including Zinnet/brite-View). This portion of the source code does not derive from the public domain and therefore is not open.
@Roadmaster: no, editing/manaing files over the network is not possible with CinemaTube. And at the moment only the universal remote control that you can "train" head-to-head works with CinemaTube's remote.
@jamesadouglas: we do not plan to change the GUI at the moment, but we have noted the RD repartment on people's feedback on the "preview" feature. They have noted and would try to improve that part. I will have to get back on the other 2 questions you have.
@goines72: it only play the files in a folder one by one; doesn't dig up all the files from sub folders. No on Winamp, although it can stream content from Windows Media Library through UPnP. Sorry, no randomizing either.
Video playback: yes, there is a "goto" button on the remote. Press that and you can enter the time you want to "go to" in the movie.
Wireless streaming: 720p videos should all be ok. 1080p and 1080i videos will have to depend on the bitrate and network. When we start selling the dedicated Wifi dongle, a test report will be provided.
@lukano: probably not interms of Netflix, although we do plan on adding Flickr and internet radio down the line. \\
@user-name: thanks! Will definitely report this bug.
@vkristof: technically all 400 units are out (the last 100 will be shipped on Oct 5th) but we decided to keep the $99.99 price open until October 5th. After that date we'll adjust the selling price. We confirmed that CinemaTube will play files recorded in .TP format.