ONEPLAY DVD Player Product Discontinuation
April 11, 2021, 8:57 p.m.
Fluendo ONEPLAY DVD Player Product Discontinuation
BARCELONA, Spain – April 1, 2021
Dear Valued Customer
This post and subsequent communications by email serve as a formal notification that Fluendo, S.A., discontinues the DVDPlayer (or One Player) product distribution. Fluendo has decided that DVDPlayer (or One Player) is a project that has reached its end, and therefore we are effective today, declaring it “End-Of-Life” (EOL).
However, clients with a “paying subscription” for support services will receive “extended support” until the termination of such support agreement. Therefore, if you have paid an invoice for support during the last year, it should indicate the end of the support, and consequently, the date upon which you will cease receiving extended support.
We will still maintain the software under the current features during extended support and will provide security updates if insecurities are discovered. However, we will only provide bug fixing for critical and high-level errors. If you conversely elected not to receive support, you will not receive any bug fixing, but only security patches.
Fluendo, S.A. acknowledges our obligation to promptly inform customers of the discontinuation of the affected products to enable our customers to prepare for alternatives or assist in their product portfolio renewal process.
We will remain at your entire disposal for any further questions.
Founded in late 2004 in Barcelona, Fluendo was created to provide a legal solution for multimedia playback through an open and cross-platform framework called GStreamer. For more than 10 years, Fluendo has been at the forefront of building legal multimedia products developed under this versatile framework and actively contributing to the GStreamer community growth. GStreamer is a development framework to create applications like media players, video editors, streaming media broadcasters, etc., as well as other software components like codecs, filters, muxers, or demuxers. GStreamer is a free and open-source and is released under the LGPL V2 license, allowing developers to use it in commercial or closed applications. As a result of this huge collaborative task, GStreamer has established itself as the de-facto standard multimedia framework for GNU/Linux and UNIX systems.
In 2005, Fluendo signed a formal agreement with the most important patent holders in the market -MPEGLA, Microsoft, VIA Licensing, Technicolor & Dolby-. Since then, Fluendo has been one of the only multimedia company worldwide to provide a complete set of codecs for audio and video, delivered to the client with its corresponding patent licenses for distribution. For more information about Fluendo, please visit www.fluendo.com or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.