Youtube video demonstrating the main features. The video has been captured at standard resolution, so the image quality is far less than you would experience on a HD TV.
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The most feature-rich media player available, but simple to use by non-techies!
Play 3D movies in real Full HD. The FANTEC 3DFHDL media player has a HDMI 1.4 interface and supports all common 3D formats like Frame-Packing, 3D MVC plus 3D SbS (side by side) and 3D TaB (top and bottom).
Next to this all popular HD video formats like: MKV (H.264), AVCHD, MOV, M2TS, MTS, TS and many other formats as well as 3D and 2D Bluray ISO files with menu (BDMV without Java) are supported. Of course the player can also playback SD video formats for example: DVD (with DVD menu), AVI, MPEG, VOB, MP4, MPG, TS, WMV, DAT and ISO files.
In the area of audio and surround sound the player is able to handle Dolby Digital and DTS sound up to 7.1 channel audio in HD audio or downmix.
By the use of the colour LCD display on the front side of FANTEC 3DFHDL media player you can control the player without TV, e.g. for playback of music or internet radio.
The wide ranged functions of the FANTEC 3DFHDL media player includes many more features, for example, the device allows you by the use of a suitable app (e.g. iMediaShare) to stream movies, music and pictures directly from your smartphone or tablet PC to your TV. In this case the FANTEC 3DFHDL media player is a kind of a bridge between the smartphone or tablet PC and your TV.
Furthermore the FANTEC 3DFHDL media player is equipped with a GIGABIT network port, which allows you to exchange data between your PC, NAS device and the media player. You also can stream movies, music and pictures over UPNP or NAS function. With the integrated internet applications it's for example possible to listen to thousands of internet radio stations, watch YouTube videos, subscribe Podcasts or view photos via Flickr.
For fast file transfer can you connect the FANTEC 3DFHDL media player directly via USB 3.0 to your PC.
An Android 2.2 beta version is available to download. This allows you to install Android apps or connect mouse and keyboard to the media player in order to browse in the internet with the Android web browser.
The media player is used in 4 main modes.
1) Standalone Media Player. When detached from a PC it can be connected to a TV (using HDMI, composite video connector, or component video connectors). You then use the remote control to select which media you want to play.
2) Internet Media Streamer. When connected to your router, it is able to browse internet media sites, like Youtube, Twitter, Picaso, using your remote control and output to the TV.
3) Network Disk Drive. When connected to your network router it can be used as a shared network folder. You can create folders and copy files onto the disk. Stream media to any PCs on your network, or from them onto the TV.
4) External USB3 (or USB2) Disk Drive. You connect the disk to your PC and use it just like any other external disk drive. You can create folders and copy files onto the disk.
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The screenshots have been taken using a standard definition capture unit. In real life on a HD TV the images would look stunning in quality and sharpness.
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