Asset UPnP 4.3

An audio server
Asset is a UPnP (DLNA compatible) audio server, UPnP is a method of sharing media content between devices.

Typically audio files are stored on a computer, server or NAS, multiple audio devices around the home network can play audio from the UPnP server (devices such as Linn DS, XBox 360, PS3, etc).

Get Asset UPnP and give it a try to see just how useful it can actually be for you!

Main features:

  • Designed from the ground up as an audio only UPnP server,
  • Album Art support,
  • Internet Radio: browse popular stations from around the world,
  • Dynamic playlists: find newest, least or most played tracks & albums. Jukebox (random) selection,
  • Customizable browse tree with advanced search facilities (Album by Release, Style, Composer, Conductor...),
  • Configurable Wave, LPCM or mp3 decoding (no quality loss) for devices which cannot play specific audio types,
  • Capture the PC sound output and stream to a UPnP player
  • Automatic detection of certain devices providing zero playback configuration (PS3, Oppo 8x, etc),
  • ReplayGain can be applied to Wave, LPCM and mp3 stream, volume matching across tracks for devices which have no support,
  • Runs efficiently in the background detecting new & changed tracks,

last updated on:
September 26th, 2011, 22:06 GMT
file size:
5 MB
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operating system(s):
Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
C: \ Internet \ Servers \ Other Servers

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What's New in version 3
  • Asset R3 is a significant improvement on R2, with a database redesign it overcomes many of limitations of the older design, whilst at the same time being faster and smaller. The browse trees have been redesigned to simplify track or album searching. Windows 7 and Vista users can capture their PC sound output and stream to a UPnP player through the PC Sound Capture WASAPI item. Finally the icing of the cake is the ability for Asset to combine artists with the same name where the spelling is slightly different.
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