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Device Support

  • AC Ryan PlayOn!HD
  • Apple iPhone
  • Asus O!Play
  • Boxee
  • Cambridge Audio BD Players
  • D-Link DSM
  • Freecom MusicPal
  • Google Chromecast
  • LG Smart TV Upgrader
  • Logitech Squeezebox
  • Microsoft Xbox One
  • Nokia N900
  • OPPO Blu-ray players
  • Panasonic TVs
  • Philips TVs
  • Popcorn Hour
  • Roku 3
  • Samsung TVs
  • Showtime
  • Sony Blu-ray players
  • Sony PlayStation 3
  • Sony smart phones
  • Telstra T-Box
  • VideoWeb TV
  • Western Digital WD TV Live
  • Xtreamer
  • and more!
  • Apple iPad
  • Apple iPod
  • BlackBerry
  • Brite-view CinemaTube
  • DirecTV HR
  • Freebox
  • Google Android
  • Hama Internet Radio
  • LG TVs
  • Microsoft Xbox 360
  • Netgear NeoTV
  • Onkyo A/V Receivers
  • Panasonic Sound Systems
  • Philips Streamium
  • Pioneer Kuro
  • Realtek media players
  • Samsung smart phones
  • Sharp TVs
  • Sony A/V receivers
  • Sony Network Media Players
  • Sony PlayStation Vita
  • Sony TVs
  • Technisat S1+
  • Vizio Smart TVs
  • XBMC Media Center
  • Yamaha A/V receivers

About

Universal Media Server is a DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server.

It was originally based on PS3 Media Server by shagrath.

UMS was started by SubJunk, an official developer of PMS, in order to ensure greater stability and file-compatibility.


To see a comparison of popular media servers, click here


Universal Media Server supports all major operating systems, with versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

The program streams or transcodes video, audio and image formats with little or no configuration.

It is powered by FFmpeg, MEncoder, tsMuxeR, MediaInfo and more, which combine to offer support for a wide range of media formats.


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