Zappiti’s has prepared a firmware update (version 221222) for its High-End DV media players. More specifically, firmware updates for Zappiti Signature, Zappiti Reference, and Zappiti Neo.
If you haven’t had a chance to get to know the latest Zappiti media players yet, we advise you to do it as soon as possible. The new High-End media players that have appeared in the Zappit portfolio will appeal to demanding audio-video fans. These models will help build high-quality home entertainment. More details on media players can be found on the Zappiti’s website. By the way, also pay attention to the latest ZIDOO’s NEO S 4K High-End media player.
- Zappiti Reference and Zappiti Signature combines all of the color and crisp detail of true 4K Ultra HD, Dolby Vision and HDR10+ with stunning sound.
- The Zappiti Neo is the first model of the new Zappiti range now featuring Dolby Vision and HDR10+ powered by the latest Realtek RTD1619DR chipset.
New Updates for Zappiti Signature, Reference and Neo version 221222
Changes in version 221222 / Firmware download via OTA update
- Fixed resume playback feature.
- Fix for chapters in MKV not working when launching MKV from Zappiti Video.
- Fix for BD menu video playback sometimes displayed in 1/4 of screen.
- Auto resolution and auto framerate now supported also for DVD-Video (same as for files / BD).
- UP/DOWN should work as FF/REW – implemented for DVD-Video at the moment; for regular files and BD Lite will be implemented in next firmware.
- Replace the name of the skin “Blur” by “Aurora”.
- For the next firmwares, it will be possible to update via USB using “zappiti_firmware.zff” in the root of USB flash drive.
- Adding a patch to fix the DTS-HD MA that may not work on some AV receivers (click here to download).
- Adding of reset file support: boot with empty file with this named “zappiti_boot_reset_settings.flag” in the root of USB flash drive to reset the settings.
- Updating of Hungarian, French and German translations.
- REPEAT button of the RC now switch through repeat off/all/one modes (“repeat one” mode added).
- Fix A/V desync issues
- Fix BD3D support
- Fixed an issue that caused the Zappiti to restart
- Improvements of streaming video display in particular on DRM encrypted streams.
- The A/V sync setting is now remembered.
- Improvement of external subtitle support.
- Various stability improvements, bug fixes and other improvements.
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