ID-AL / Waves System
My Video Player (VP320 and VP330) and Event Video Player (EVP380) Firmware
Firmware Version 1.02
- Added support for the video resolutions of various computer display standards (VESA).
- Added HDMI multichannel audio support:
- Support for
.MKV files (FLAC, Linear PCM, AAC, Vorbis, or Opus audio stream), up to 8-channel PCM outputs.
- Enable HDMI pass-through for DTS, AC3 Dolby Digital and E-AC3 Dolby Digital+ bitstream formats.
- Added support for
.MKA audio files.
Standby from TV HDMI CEC setting (disabled by default).
- Added support for
.SC3 files with embedded serial frames created using the Show Control Editor software.
- Fixed an audio/video synchronization issue with
.MP4 files when playing in a loop.
- Fixed an
Auto change language HDMI CEC issue which prevents the player language to be changed automatically when the display device language is changed.
- Fixed some minor bugs.
- Some encoders may filter the LFE channel.
Firmware Version 1.00
- Added support for the Event Video Player (EVP380) device.
- The device can now be awoken from standby mode by pressing the clickable knob.
- The focus is now always set on the (Enter) key of the virtual keyboard.
- Fixed an issue with the image slideshow when duration setting is greater than 35 minutes.
- Fixed a jerky video playback random issue when going back from the
maintenance mode to the video screen.
- Fixed an issue that made the player restart when removing a storage device containing a
Firmware Version 0.98
- Added support of additional keys of the new remote control:
- : Standby / wake-up / power off / restart
- : Resume playback / pause
- : Toggle on-screen information display
- : Exit
- : Menu
- : Back
- A and B: Programmable buttons
- and : Page up and page down
- 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9: numeric keypad (digit characters and play folder 0 to 9)
- Backspace: Erase previous character
- : Dot character
- When selecting a value, typically with a slider control, and keys (or + and -) allow to skip many.
The logic and functionality of the player are defined with an internal program called firmware. This program may evolve to bring new features, to change the behavior of the player, or to fix issues. The firmware can be updated or replaced by following these instructions:
- Connect the player to a display device and to an Internet connection.
- Turn the player on by plugging the mains adapter.
- When the player is fully started (the status LED to turn green), press the key (or MENU) on the remote control to display the menu.
System settings, then
System update, then
Check for update and follow the on-screen instructions in order to complete the installation of the new firmware.
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