- Fixed SSA/ASS has vertical top alignment overlapped timestamp causing crash issue
- Fixed position tag in SRT unable to show properly in full-scale OSD
- Fixed color tag in SRT unable to take effect issue
- Fixed SSA/ASS position is not relative to video frame aspect ratio issue
- Fixed SRT with SSA position tag (0,0) causing crash issue
- Fixed some video clips with no audio stream keep trigger rebuffering issue
- Fixed some vobsub rendering problem
- Fixed some TrueHD MKV file passthrough no sound issue
- Added audio sampling info
- Fixed PGS with fading effect unable to display properly issue
- Added LAME Padding handling for MP3 seamless playback
- Fixed now playing Lyrics panel rendering issues
- Added ID3 Year tag and sampling rate info into get_current_aod_info API
- Changed now playing artist, album, genre and audio resolution label to icon display
- Fixed SACD ISO with upper case extension (ISO) unable to start playback issue
- Fixed some FLAC causing static sound and skip during gapless playback transition issue
- Fixed some MPEG AVI playback has no video display issue
- Added FLAC and DSD MIME type for UPNP renderer
Firmware Update Steps:
1. Unzip the downloaded file into the root directory of a USB thumb drive
2. Plug the USB thumb drive into USB port of A400/A-410/A-410U
3. Access to Setup->Maintenance in UI
4. Select Firmware Update and press Enter on the "Check For Firmware Update" button
5. If the file a400-update.bin/a410-update.bin/a410u-update.bin is found in the USB thumb drive, it will prompt for firmware update
About Media Player Updates:
Installing a firmware update for your Media Player improves the general user experience by adding new features, fixing bugs, and enhancing the compatibility of your device, in order to play various formats of audio and video content.
By updating your Media Player, you can actually prolong the device’s life because, this way, it will be in sync with the new industry standards for content creation.
However, the process of updating your device is a risky one if not done according to strict instructions, such as: make sure that the firmware you have downloaded is compatible with your device, and don’t interfere with the player during the update process.
The most common method of upgrading your Media Player is by using a USB stick or update DVD. Although this process is very straightforward, each device has certain particularities that you must take into account.
If you consider using this update for your Media Player, feel free to click the download button, install the firmware and enjoy. Check out our website as often as possible to keep your Media Player up to date with the latest software and firmware.