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PostPosted: Wed Oct 02, 2013 4:31 pm    Post subject: Universal Media Server Reply with quote

(My apologies if my search-fu wasn't good enough to find a previous topic.)

Link: http://sourceforge.net/projects/unimediaserver/

Anyone out there have an ebuild/overlay or any other information on getting this into Gentoo? I'm about to do it manually, but obviously I'd rather do it through portage.

If so: Any feedback on how good it is/isn't? How it compares to Plex? etc?

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2016 3:44 pm    Post subject: Preliminary Ebuild for 6.5.1 Reply with quote

Well,

If anyone cares still about this, I've modified the ps3mediaserver ebuild to make it work.
I have it overlayed on my Pine64 install of gentoo, and it's working relatively well. For arm64 you need some clever unmasks, for AMD64, it's smooth.
I used the Java 8 version, and it works well with the Oracle JDK 8 on ARM64.
It has been a solid 10 years since I used Gentoo or GNU/Linux before this attempt, so please, be gentle at how iffy it is.
I can also do a how-to if desired.

ebuild code, add it to net-misc/universalmediaserver

universalmediaserver-6.5.1.ebuild
http://pastebin.com/maQhJZRT

You'll also need the following files in your overlay folder.
universalmediaserver.confd
http://pastebin.com/d9UX2JYj

universalmediaserver.initd
http://pastebin.com/itusaGY2

Deps come up automatically. Set a ton of use flags on ffmpeg and mencoder if you want to transcode everything to everything.

I run this under a user called "gentoo". Under that users home folder, look under .config for the configs to write. It's really simple to setup!
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2016 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some initial critiques:
net-misc/universalmediaserver:
# Copyright 2016 Ivan The Viking, 1996-2014 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Id$

EAPI="5"

inherit eutils

DESCRIPTION="Universal Media Server is a DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server."
HOMEPAGE="http://www.universalmediaserver.com/"
SRC_URI="mirror://sourceforge/project/unimediaserver/Official%20Releases/Linux/UMS-${PV}-Java8.tgz"

LICENSE="GPL-2"
SLOT="0"
KEYWORDS="~amd64 ~x86 ~arm64"
IUSE="multiuser +transcode tsmuxer"

DEPEND="app-arch/unzip"
RDEPEND=">=virtual/jre-1.8.0
        media-libs/libmediainfo
        media-libs/libzen
        tsmuxer? ( media-video/tsmuxer )
        transcode? ( media-video/mplayer[encode] )"

As written, this package can be built without installing media-libs/libmediainfo, media-libs/libzen, etc. Portage will install those before running it, but is not guaranteed to install before building. A user could encounter this scenario by running:
Code:
emerge --buildpkgonly net-misc/universalmediaserver::ivan
# Later, maybe even on a different machine after copying the tbz2
emerge --usepkgonly net-misc/universalmediaserver::ivan
Will the package build correctly if none of the atoms listed in $RDEPEND are installed? For a pre-compiled Java package, the answer is probably yes, but this is an easy thing to miss, so I want to make sure you checked it.

It appears that USE=transcode is solely to create a dependency on media-video/mplayer, but has no impact on how the package is built or installed. Is that intended?
net-misc/universalmediaserver:

S=${WORKDIR}/ums-${PV}
UMS_HOME=/opt/${PN}

src_prepare() {
        if use multiuser; then
                cat > ${PN} <<-EOF
                #!/bin/sh
                if [ ! -e ~/.${PN} ]; then
                        echo "Copying ${UMS_HOME} to ~/.${PN}"
                        cp -pPR "${UMS_HOME}" ~/.${PN}
                fi
                export UMS_HOME=\${HOME}/.${PN}
                exec "\${UMS_HOME}/UMS.sh" "\$@"
                EOF
        else
                cat > ${PN} <<-EOF
                #!/bin/sh
                export UMS_HOME=${UMS_HOME}
                exec "\${UMS_HOME}/UMS.sh" "\$@"
                EOF
        fi

You might be able to combine the export/exec lines by using UMS_HOME=${UMS_HOME} exec "\${UMS_HOME}/UMS.sh" "\$@" (for the !multiuser case). This works for me with bash and busybox sh. I have not checked whether this is guaranteed to work in all shells that /bin/sh can reference.
net-misc/universalmediaserver:

        cat > ${PN}.desktop <<-EOF
        [Desktop Entry]
        Name=Universal Media Server
        GenericName=Media Server
        Exec=${PN}
        Icon=${PN}
        Type=Application
        Categories=Network;
        EOF

        unzip -j ums.jar resources/images/icon-{32,256}.png || die
}

src_install() {
        dobin ${PN}

        exeinto ${UMS_HOME}
        doexe UMS.sh

        insinto ${UMS_HOME}
        doins -r ums.jar *.conf documentation plugins renderers *.xml

        use tsmuxer && dosym /opt/tsmuxer/bin/tsMuxeR ${UMS_HOME}/linux/tsMuxeR
        dodoc CHANGELOG.txt README.txt

        newicon -s 32 icon-32.png ${PN}.png
        newicon -s 256 icon-256.png ${PN}.png

        domenu ${PN}.desktop

        newconfd "${FILESDIR}/${PN}.confd" ${PN}
        newinitd "${FILESDIR}/${PN}.initd" ${PN}
}

pkg_postinst() {
        if [[ -z ${REPLACING_VERSIONS} ]]; then
                ewarn "Don't forget to disable transcoding engines for software"
                ewarn "that you don't have installed (such as having the VLC"
                ewarn "transcoding engine enabled when you only have mencoder)."
        elif use multiuser; then
                ewarn "Remember to refresh the files in ~/.universalmediaserver/"
        fi
}
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2016 1:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Hu!

Thanks for the quick feedback. Being a precompiled java application, I really should've given it a -bin moniker, and might be the right thing in the future to prevent confusion about needing any compiling. I haven't even looked at getting the java source tarball and trying to make gentoo build this thing from scratch.

The program will install just fine without all the rdeps as there is 0 compiling, but not run if the jre/jdk is missing on the system. Could I have done that cleaner?
The other rdeps are there as the external apps this thing relies on to do the icons, get metadata, mux video, and transcode. Being Gentoo, I added that support with a USE flags, but it really is a pretty bad experience without at least the first two rdeps. I also added ffmpeg, since this thing also likes to use that instead of mencoder when transcoding.

Cleaned it up a little bit, didn't play with the script, I don't trust myself to stack lines like that right.

Thanks again,

-Shawn


Code:


# Copyright 1999-2016 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Id$

EAPI="5"

inherit eutils

DESCRIPTION="Universal Media Server is a DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server."
HOMEPAGE="http://www.universalmediaserver.com/"
SRC_URI="mirror://sourceforge/project/unimediaserver/Official%20Releases/Linux/UMS-${PV}-Java8.tgz"


LICENSE="GPL-2"
SLOT="0"
KEYWORDS="~amd64 ~x86 ~arm64"
IUSE="+libmediainfo +libzen multiuser +transcode tsmuxer"

DEPEND="app-arch/unzip"
RDEPEND=">=virtual/jre-1.8.0
        libmediainfo? ( media-libs/libmediainfo )
        libzen? ( media-libs/libzen )
        tsmuxer? ( media-video/tsmuxer )
        transcode? ( media-video/mplayer[encode] media-video/ffmpeg[encode] )"

S=${WORKDIR}/ums-${PV}
UMS_HOME=/opt/${PN}

src_prepare() {
        if use multiuser; then
                cat > ${PN} <<-EOF
                #!/bin/sh
                if [ ! -e ~/.${PN} ]; then
                        echo "Copying ${UMS_HOME} to ~/.${PN}"
                        cp -pPR "${UMS_HOME}" ~/.${PN}
                fi
                export UMS_HOME=\${HOME}/.${PN}
                exec "\${UMS_HOME}/UMS.sh" "\$@"
                EOF
        else
                cat > ${PN} <<-EOF
                #!/bin/sh
                export UMS_HOME=${UMS_HOME}
                exec "\${UMS_HOME}/UMS.sh" "\$@"
                EOF
        fi

        cat > ${PN}.desktop <<-EOF
        [Desktop Entry]
        Name=Universal Media Server
        GenericName=Media Server
        Exec=${PN}
        Icon=${PN}
        Type=Application
        Categories=Network;
        EOF

        unzip -j ums.jar resources/images/icon-{32,256}.png || die
}

src_install() {
        dobin ${PN}

        exeinto ${UMS_HOME}
        doexe UMS.sh

        insinto ${UMS_HOME}
        doins -r ums.jar *.conf documentation plugins renderers *.xml
        use tsmuxer && dosym /opt/tsmuxer/bin/tsMuxeR ${UMS_HOME}/linux/tsMuxeR
        dodoc CHANGELOG.txt README.txt

        newicon -s 32 icon-32.png ${PN}.png
        newicon -s 256 icon-256.png ${PN}.png

        domenu ${PN}.desktop

        newconfd "${FILESDIR}/${PN}.confd" ${PN}
        newinitd "${FILESDIR}/${PN}.initd" ${PN}
}

pkg_postinst() {
        if [[ -z ${REPLACING_VERSIONS} ]]; then
                ewarn "Don't forget to disable transcoding engines for software"
                ewarn "that you don't have installed (such as having the VLC"
                ewarn "transcoding engine enabled when you only have mencoder)."
        elif use multiuser; then
                ewarn "Remember to refresh the files in ~/.config/UMS/"
        fi
}

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2016 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think listing those only in RDEPEND is correct, based on your description of how and when they are used. I suspected that would be your answer since it is a prebuilt Java tool, but since you said you were new at this, I wanted to confirm that you had considered it. I do not think there is a substantially cleaner way to do that. You might want to add comments to the ebuild justifying that approach, so that others do not repeat my questions. ;)

I generally dislike having a USE flag that is solely to control the presence or absence of an RDEPEND, but I am not aware of any policy which prohibits that. In some cases, and it sounds like this is one of them, you want the user to have those external packages unless they affirmatively reject them, so you need some method of encouraging Portage to bring them in. Your chosen method is simple and reliable. If the package were built from source and took substantial resources to rebuild, it might be worth having some other way of managing the dependency so that users do not perform a wasteful rebuild just to change the USE flags. Since this is a prebuilt blob, wasteful rebuilds are still relatively cheap. Since you picked what are probably good defaults (based on your comment about bad user experience when the programs are missing), I doubt many users will actually need to reinstall in place with new USE flags.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2016 12:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Hu!

I guess I wasn't as newb as I recalled on ebuilds. I'll comment more next time in it. I think next I'll put this as a bug to get into into the tree (wishful thinking!)

I'm with you on your stance on the USE flags going on RDEPENDS. That makes very good sense. I'm trying to remember where I got inspiration for it, I think maybe the ps3mediaserver ebuild had it as well.

I'm now trying to get the source java version to build on my little PINE64 so I can make the original a -bin and this one source, which is how we tend to like things around here iirc from my past. Last time I posted anything of value was 2004 around here...

Cheers!

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 26, 2016 10:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi,
I came across your work looking for an ebuild being tired up upgrading manually.

First of all Great job !

I tweaked it a bit ( SRC_URI, and added mplayer || ffmpeg RDEPEND ) and put it into my overlay @ https://startux.de/git/quarks.git ( layman -a quarks )
Looking forward to your improvements ...

Want to add proper support for choosing ffmpeg / mplayer / mpv via USE flags...

Let me know
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2016 12:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Stefan,

I'm flattered to have something I did in a semi-official spot for people to use.
I added your overlay to my server where this is running.

I'll keep updating this every time a new version comes out and posting here. (I guess that makes me a maintainer?)

I could separate the transcode flag into mplayer and ffmpeg I suppose. Do your thing if you'd like and change it up as you see fit :-)

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2016 11:13 am    Post subject: 6.5.2 Update Reply with quote

Hey All,

6.5.2 is out. Here's my latest local repo.

http://ivntheviking.bounceme.net/universalmediaserver.tar.xz

I updated the ebuild to match Stefan's updates and it works just lovely still.

Which one is official, using the mirror:// or the direct URL in the SRC_URI line for sourceforge? I left it the way Stefan did as well, which is the direct URL.

I did not add support for the MPV fork of mplayer, I have no experience with it, and just learned about it a few days ago. I will need to compile it up on my headless little server to see what that entails.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 03, 2016 12:19 pm    Post subject: 6.5.2-r1 Reply with quote

Further updated and made an -r1 version which redid the USE flags. Latest snapshot of my local repo is at the same place.

http://ivntheviking.bounceme.net/universalmediaserver.tar.xz

Now it uses separate USE for each transcode renderer it supports : vlc, ffmpeg, tsmuxer, mencoder/mplayer.
Also added USE flag for dcraw and an rdep for it.

In regards to MPV support, UniversalMediaServer doesn't support mpv upstream, and it appears the command line inputs are different from mencoder. I have MPV installed on my Pine64, but I haven't really tried hard yet to make that work.

https://mpv.io/manual/master/#encoding
https://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/HTML/en/MPlayer.html#mencoder

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:49 am    Post subject: 6.5.3 Reply with quote

Ebuild for 6.5.3 is up and part of my local overlay.

Grab a snapshot here http://ivntheviking.bounceme.net/universalmediaserver.tar.xz

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 9:24 am    Post subject: Keep up the good work.... Reply with quote

Thanks,

Works like a charm, thank you! This package is the first one I like. I tried several of the available dlna servers in gentoo but they didn't work to my pleasing. Strange that this project isn't included...
Keep up the good work, is it not a good idea to add the ebuild to an overlay or propose it to gentoo to include it? Makes it easier to track updates...

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi,

Thanks for providing the ebuild!

I am a bit at a loss at configuring, and I cant seem to find much documentation regarding universal media server in headless mode. I also looked at the github docs, Installation is there, but configuration is a bit unclear.

My current status: Universal media player installs fine (as above) , and runs. I can see the portal at 192.168.0.10:5001/console/home. ) and the options 'home' and 'scan folders'.)


However, I don't now how to configure/proceed. I could *probably* scan folders but I cant find any .conf file to say what folders to scan....
Basically my question is, when running headless: How /where do I do initial configuration?

Thanks for any advise.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 4:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi all,
dropped the ball a bit on keeping it up2date but you know hoe it is if stuff just works ;-)
Anyways just pushed latest update to my overlay Version 6.6.0
https://startux.de/git/quarks.git/tree/master:/net-misc/universalmediaserver

No changes other than version bump.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 3:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lexflex wrote:

However, I don't now how to configure/proceed. I could *probably* scan folders but I cant find any .conf file to say what folders to scan....
Basically my question is, when running headless: How /where do I do initial configuration?


Ok, sorry for answering to my own question, but I found it ( and I post it since others might be looking for it, unless it is clear to everyone from some documentation i don't know about).

The config file is in the users directory, under .config:
Code:
/home/<user>/.config/UMS


I guess often when running a service in console/daemon form, the actual user does not have a home directory. I was expecting the default config file under /etc/ or something like that...


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi All,

Added 6.6.0 to my snapshot of my local repo for those who don't want to use an overlay.
I dropped the ball on that release.

http://ivntheviking.bounceme.net/universalmediaserver.tar.xz

No word yet from the powers that be about adding this to the mainline tree.

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Join proxy-maintainers.

You get the credit when it goes well, the dev that does the commit gets the blame if it doesn't.
This route may be a first step to becoming a gentoo dev yourself.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Neddy - I think I might just do that!

This package seems pretty straightforward to keep up.
I put a comment on the bug for the package request stating I'd like to moderate by proxy.

Hey Quarky - your ebuild isn't in in sync with the updates I've done, could you please sync up with mine? I added more USE flags.

Thanks!

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Done. Thx for keeping improving it ;-)
https://startux.de/git/quarks.git/commit/f2eda76b24684704847e669fa213f5a1d76f0313
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PostPosted: Sun May 07, 2017 8:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ivan The Viking wrote:
Hi All,

Added 6.6.0 to my snapshot of my local repo for those who don't want to use an overlay.
I dropped the ball on that release.

http://ivntheviking.bounceme.net/universalmediaserver.tar.xz

Thanks for the ebuild! It emerged fine but when I try to run I get
Code:
 $ universalmediaserver
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: net/pms/PMS : Unsupported major.minor version 52.0
        at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method)
        at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass(ClassLoader.java:803)
        at java.security.SecureClassLoader.defineClass(SecureClassLoader.java:142)
        at java.net.URLClassLoader.defineClass(URLClassLoader.java:442)
        at java.net.URLClassLoader.access$100(URLClassLoader.java:64)
        at java.net.URLClassLoader$1.run(URLClassLoader.java:354)
        at java.net.URLClassLoader$1.run(URLClassLoader.java:348)

This is how java is set up
Code:
$ java-config -f -j -L
icedtea-bin-7
/opt/icedtea-bin-7.2.6.8/bin/jar
The following VMs are available for generation-2:
*)      IcedTea JDK 7.2.6.8 [icedtea-bin-7]
2)      IcedTea JDK 3.3.0 [icedtea-bin-8]

Thank you for your help.
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roki942 wrote:
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"RDEPEND=">=virtual/jre-1.8.0"

Means, it needs java 8.
So in your case run it again after eselecting that other jvm.
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Maitreya wrote:
roki942 wrote:
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"RDEPEND=">=virtual/jre-1.8.0"

Means, it needs java 8.
So in your case run it again after eselecting that other jvm.
Thank you!
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 11, 2017 12:19 pm    Post subject: 6.7.1 Reply with quote

Hi All!

Recently the UMS group put out 6.7.0 and then 6.7.1 (in one day, minor bugs in 6.7.0 which made the release no good).

Local rep is updated.

http://ivntheviking.bounceme.net/universalmediaserver.tar.xz

Note - the new versions of UMS appear to only be released with Java 7. Ebuild updated to reflect that.

Changelogs
Code:


Changes since 6.7.0:

    General:
        Fixed playback on Linux
        Fixed support for OGA and 3GA files
    Dependencies:
        Updated MediaInfo to 0.7.96

Changes since 6.6.0:

    General:
        Added a button for the web interface
        Expanded support for preventing sleep mode on Windows and macOS
        Improved support for MusicBrainz
        Improved support for CoverArtArchive
        Improved support for images
        Improved thumbnailing
        Updated documentation
        Improved DIDL-Lite implementation
        Added support for more RealAudio formats
        Fixed many bugs
    Languages:
        Synchronized translations with Crowdin
    Renderers:
        Added support for Chromecast Ultra
        Added support for MXPlayer on Google Android
        Added support for Microsoft Windows Media Player
        Improved support for Chromecast
        Improved support for Samsung 9 Series TVs
        Improved support for Sony BRAVIA EX TVs
        Improved detection of Onkyo TXNR7xx devices
        Improved detection of Panasonic Viera ST60 TVs
        Improved detection of Samsung J6400 TVs
        Improved detection of Samsung JU6400 TVs
        Improved detection of Samsung Galaxy S5 phones
        Improved detection of Sony BRAVIA XE TVs
    Dependencies:
        Updated external-maven-plugin to 0.2
        Updated FFmpeg to latest builds
        Upgraded LogBack to version 1.2.3
        Updated maven-surefire-plugin to 2.20
        Updated MediaInfo to 0.7.94
        Updated metadata-extractor to 2.10.1
        Updated TwelveMonkeys ImageIO to version 3.3.1



Enjoy

-Shawn
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 2:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi all,

6.7.2 is out.

My repo has the ebuild.

http://ivntheviking.bounceme.net/universalmediaserver.tar.xz

Changelog from UMS:
Code:

Changes since 6.7.1:

    General:
        Added support for WMA10
        Improved splash screen timing and enabled it by default
        Improved support for MediaInfo on non-Windows platforms
        Improved CPU and memory logging
        Improved detection of network speed
        Updated comments in DefaultRenderer.conf
        Updated documentation
        Fixed trace logging on macOS
        Fixed a crash on Windows 10
    Languages:
        Synchronized translations with Crowdin
        Fixed Hebrew language support
    Dependencies:
        Updated FFmpeg
        Updated JNA to 4.4.0
        Updated Surefire to 2.20


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 12:26 am    Post subject: 6.7.3 Reply with quote

Hi all,

6.7.3 is out.

My repo has the ebuild.

http://ivntheviking.bounceme.net/universalmediaserver.tar.xz

Like the few last releases, only Java 7 or higher is needed now, previously Java 8 was the requirement.

Changelog from UMS:
Code:

Changes since 6.7.2:

    General:
        Improved support for AVI and MJPEG
        Improved general DLNA implementation
        Fixed duplicate entries in transcode folders
        Fixed logging in macOS
        Fixed menu name in macOS
    Renderers:
        Added renderer configuration for conversion of 3D video to 2D
        Added support for Fetch TV
        Added support for Onkyo TXNR8xx
        Improved support for Cambridge Audio Azur BD
        Improved support for OPPO BDP
        Improved support for Panasonic VIERA TXL32V10E
        Improved support for Sony BRAVIA 5500 and EX TVs
        Improved support for Sony SMP-N100
        Improved support for Sony STR-DA5800ES
        Fixed album art for Onkyo receivers (and probably others)
        Fixed support for Xbox 360
    Dependencies:
        Updated MediaInfo to 0.7.97, which:
            Improves support for HEVC (H.265), FLV, MKV, TIFF and more

Compatibility notes:

These releases work on all versions of Java 7 onwards.
The Windows releases work on Windows Vista onwards. We are working on supporting older versions.


FYI - RC's for version 7 are out. They work just fine in gentoo but I'm not making ebuilds until 7.0 stable is out.


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