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Title: UOC Network Media Player
Author: Haro Marqués, Ramon
Director: Parada Medina, Raúl
Tutor: Monzo Sánchez, Carlos
Keywords: iOS
video sharing
networks
Issue Date: Jan-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Nowadays, almost everyone has mobile devices in which images, videos and audio are saved. In addition, these devices have the ability to reproduce audio-visual content from platforms such as, among others, YouTube or Spotify. It can be said that, with these devices, the way in which audio-visual products are consumed today, both in the street and at home, has changed and old reproduction systems such as the vinyl and the CD player have been replaced by these new devices. In addition to all this, reproduction systems are increasingly tending to have wireless connectivity. In this way, the content of a mobile device can be played on a speakerphone without the need for any type of cable. Among others, the most commonly used today is Bluetooth, although new protocols are taking on force. One of them is what is commonly known as "Wi-Fi Speaker" or speaker via Wi-Fi and uses the UPnP protocol. We soon realize that Bluetooth has limitations in connectivity: it needs to be matched, a limited number of devices connected simultaneously, etc. This project will demonstrate how using the UPnP protocol a mobile device can select audio-visual content, either from the internal memory or from other devices connected to the same network and play it locally or send it to other devices or speakers such as, another mobile device, a smart TV or the well-known Sonos speakers.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/89585
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