Fluendo Launches the Ultimate Media Center for Linux Operative Systems

FluendoFluendo has announced the release of its Media Center, a software application developed by the Spanish company. Fluendo Media Center’s versatility was evident from the off when it was used for reproducing a whole manner of multimedia in a variety of devices using completely different platforms. Whether on Windows, Linux or Open Solaris; on netbooks, mobile internet devices (MIDs), notebooks or set-top boxes, Fluendo Media Center demonstrated not only its outstanding adaptability, but also its multiple features, attractive graphics and user-friendly interface. This first release will only be operational on Linux distributions but it is expected to get the application running on Windows in the near future.

“The market was missing this legal solution based upon the GStreamer framework. Fluendo Media Center provides end users with a smooth playback and all correspondent licenses from patent holders. We have worked hard to build a global solution that encompasses all of our products as whole, and we have succeeded”, explained Pascal Pegaz Paquet, Fluendo’s co-founder.

Fluendo Media Center gathers all Fluendo’s expertise in software development for Multimedia in one single application, since it comes with all Fluendo’s software integrated and their respective patent licenses. After obtaining outstanding results with the codecs and the DVD Player, Fluendo decided to integrate all these solutions into one single application that meets every conceivable expectation: it reproduces DVDs regardless of the region and CSS encryptions, and plays audio and video files of all major formats.

We were delighted to see Fluendo bring the first genuine Dolby certified DVD player to Linux earlier this year. For the first time Linux users have the assurance of the quality of their DVD playback experience through Dolby’s extensive testing and certification of this product,” said Mary Anderson, Marketing Director, PC Segment, Dolby Laboratories. (NYSE:DLB)

Fluendo is developing state of the art solutions to playback videos and music on different operative systems and devices. More news on the availability of further versions of the Fluendo Media Center and other Fluendo multimedia solutions will be featured on the website www.fluendo.com


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