Originally Posted by DarkoG /forum/post/12978381
Do you know which chip does this device have? Also, what was the price? I checked www.outpost.com but they don't have this model on their site yet. I'm looking to get a popcorn hour, but the wait time is too long, if this is comparable in features and readily availble, I'd opt for Klegg.
Originally Posted by paulallen /forum/post/13001745
Without H.264 support this mediaplayer is already obsolete. Save your $$.
Originally Posted by free_electron /forum/post/13000985
I have a couple of questions :
- can this thing play WMV-HD ( 1920x1080 ) ?
- can it play HDV (m2t) streams (1920x1080) ?
I am not interested in wireless, music, xivd divx etc.
Only HD content. I shoot video using a HDV camcorder. After editing i need to have a way to easily show the video. Streaming it back to tape is cumbersome and time consuming and i need to reconnect the camera to the TV to be able to watch it. This box would be ideal , copy the file over. unplug and i can take it with me to show the video on the fly.
I have been looking at the Tvix 5100 or 4100 as well as a couple of other devices.
On the network side : this thing uses NDAS. But can it also use NAS ? I absolutely refuse to install the ximeta NDAS driver. I had a very bad experience with a ximeta drive before (it basically hosed my system. i had to reinstall Os and everything to get rid of it, because it interfered with drivers for the RAID board in my computer)
If it does not have NAS i will use it through USB (which is fine for me)