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Project Description

UPnP-Inspector is an UPnP Device and Service analyzer, based on the Coherence DLNA/UPnP framework.

Loosely modeled after the Intel UPnP Device Spy and the UPnP Test Tool.

Features:

  • inspect UPnP devices, services, actions and state-variables
  • invoke actions on any service
  • extract UPnP device- and service-description xml-files
  • follow and analyze events
  • interact with well-known devices * browse the ContentDirectory of an UPnP A/V MediaServer and inspect its containers and items * control an UPnP A/V MediaRenderer

This 0.2.2 - Let the Sunshine In - release includes

  • a control-window for UPnP A/V MediaRenderers
  • Drag ‘n Drop functionality from the MediaServer Browse window to the MediaRenderer control
  • a ‘Rediscover Devices’ menu item
  • a ‘Refreshing Container’ context menu item and an overall refresh upon closing the MediaServer Browse window
  • support for dlna-playcontainer URIs
  • displaying all elements from a DIDLLite fragment
Release History

Release History

0.2.2

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0.2.0

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