RequirementsMac OS X
Date addedMar 28, 2018
Universal Media Server for Mac (UMS) is an DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server that's cross-platform and also supports all significant operating systems, such as Mac OS X, Linux and Windows. It can flow or transcode numerous diverse media formats with minimum configuration.
Simple to configure.
Written in Java to be used on Mac OS X, Linux or even Windows.
Supported devices includeHint:
- Philips TVs.
- Roku 3.
- Samsung TVs.
- Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3).
- Sony PlayStation Vita.
- XBMC Media Center.
- Apple iPad.
- Apple iPod.
- Microsoft Xbox 360.
- Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4).
- Western Digital WD TV Live.
- Google Android.
UMS is powered by MEncoder, FFmpeg, tsMuxeR, AviSynth, MediaInfo and much more, which unite to provide support for a vast selection of various media formats.
If you would like to stream your own media to almost any DLNA-compatible apparatus around your house, subsequently UMS is your way ahead. It's nice pile of attributes, including the capacity to tackle the fly bitrate modification which adjusts to a home system. This generates streams which automatically provide you with the maximum available audio and audio quality you may get. The program also comes with a web interface for simple usage if your destination does not support DLNA, and in addition, it functions with subtitles along with subtitle documents also.
Improved thumbnail support.
Improved folder scanning speed.
Reduced memory use during folder scanning.
Fixed fully played feature on clean installs.
Fixed tsMuxeR FFmpeg support.
Updated UMS.conf with changes from 7.0.0.
Updated German, Italian, Norwegian, Russian and Swedish translations via Crowdin.
Added support for Roku TV (NSP 8).
Improved support for Roku 3.
Universal Media Server for Mac 6.8.0
Released : Mar 27, 2018