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porkepik
17-03-09, 18:26
Hey :)

While browsing the web, i found out about Hauppauge futur offering this summer: the MediaMVP-HD (presented at CeBit)

[img:443:259:f95dd4a630]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3571/3336221750_a62e7344f9.jpg[/img:f95dd4a630] [img:399:275:f95dd4a630]http://pic19.picturetrail.com/VOL1099/4465559/21344768/358149761.jpg[/img:f95dd4a630]

Interface looks quite uninspired :s


a bit of info:
Board: The box uses a Sigma 8654
Video: Component Video, S-Video, Composite and HDMI outputs
Audio: Left audio, Right audio and Toslink Digital Optical audio output
LAN Network input (not sure if gigabit or not)
OS: Linux and Samba based
It can be a standalone (it does not need a PC to boot like the previous MediaMVP did).

source (and more images): http://www.highdefforum.com/computers-htpcs/91528-hauppauge-mediamvp-hd-lan-media-player.html

jk21
17-03-09, 20:39
Very intresting, ugly kiddish control ugly box!!!

Interface total wipeout

more info:

http://www.geektonic.com/2009/03/hauppauge-working-on-hd-version-of.html

I dont think this a true player as in I doubt it is that advance as one might think

fdt
06-05-10, 14:24
http://www.hauppauge.com/site/products/data_mediamvp-hd.html

"MediaMVP-HDís CPU engine (a Sigma 8655 processor) runs the Linux operating system, and has built-in multimedia hardware for decoding high definition MPEG-2 and H.264 videos, digital audio and digital pictures. The MediaMVP-HD application can be reloaded through itís Setup menu.

MediaMVP-HD contains a built-in uPnP client, where the server can be a uPnP server such as Windows Media Playe from a Windows 7 PC. Some Windows XPs have third party uPnP servers installed and can be used to connect to the MediaMVP-HD. The PC can be used for normal tasks while acting as the uPnP media server.

MediaMVP-HD decodes full HD resolution NTSC and PAL encoded MPEG-2 or H.264 bit streams in real time, up to and including 1080p. Video formats supported include MPG, MPEG, MP4, M2TS, AVI, VOB and TS. "

spinningmaster
06-05-10, 15:18
MediaMVP-HD decoder specification

Dedicated hardware decode support for MPEG-2 Transport and Program Stream up to 1080p, H.264 streams up to 1080p
Video output: HDMI, Component high definition out. Composite, S-Video standard definition out.
HDMI formats: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 720i, 480i, 480p. 120Hz, 100hz, 60hz and 50hz.
Outputs NTSC and PAL video, software selectable.
Volume adjustment for all audio outputs
Briteness, contrast and saturation adjustment.

MediaMVP-HD file formats
MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264 SD or HD
H.264 in MP4, MT2S or MKV
AVI
VOB
Divx SD and HD

MediaMVP-HD audio decoder specification
Two channel audio output.
Optical audio out (5.1 channel)

Included in the MediaMVP-HD package
MediaMVP-HD digital media receiver device
Wall mounted power supply
MediaMVP-HD remote control with batteries
MediaMVP Installation Guide
1 meter HDMI cable
1.5 meter Ethernet cable

Power consumption
Approximately 6 watts when playing HD video from network
Power supply: 5v at 2amp
Model numbers
model 01340: MediaMVP-HD for wired Ethernet .networks (10Mbit or 100Mbit Ethernet)

Notes:


PC System RequirementsWindows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP. Shared folders or uPnP.TV Set RequirementsMediaMVP supports TV sets with HDMI (up to 1080p), Component video, S-Video or composite video.Audio input: HDMI audio, right and left audio in or optical audio.Network RequirementsEthernet network (wired)One 10/100 RJ-45 port on a Hub, access point or Switch.

scerazy
23-06-12, 16:28
It seems that this box might become interesting (http://forum.wdlxtv.com/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=7017#p58968) again

sebus