Yes. The Dreamoc will play all supported movies on the card in numerical and alphabetical order. Once the last movie has finished playing, it will start playing from the top again.
The Dreamoc XL3 supports the following formats: MPEG1 / MPEG2, MPEG4 , H.264
Maximum bitrate is 30 Mbps.
Yes. Stereo speakers are built in, and remote control can easily adjust volume.
Yes, remote control is included with the Dreamoc XL3.
Yes. We have made it simple with the Dreamoc PLAY App for Apple iOS devices with lightning interface: iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch. But really you can connect any computer or media player through HDMI, thereby achieving any type of interactivity you wish.
Yes. All main components can easily be replaced. No service technician is required.
Yes, you can connect any external device using the HDMI input.
800Lm (max intensity of light – if set to highest mA
We guide you through the easy steps of safely removing the LCD screen from the XL3.
We recommend this as a two-person task.
A thorough walk-through on the different steps for removing the optics on the XL3, as well as assembling a new pair.
We show you how to re-attach the transport brackets, foam protection for the optics and how to correctly place it in the flightcase.
Step-by-step guide on how to assemble the basic stand option together with a shelf option.
Having problems playing your Dreamoc movies ? And are you using Mac?
It appears there can be a playback issue when copying movies from Mac to an SD/CF card. With the introduction of OSX 10.5 Mac changed the behavior of their hidden file structure. This is causing some compatibility problems across platforms in general. More information can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.DS_Store
This tutorial shows you how to delete the hidden files and make your movie work when copied from Mac. There is no such issue when copying movies from PC.
Please note this software is not developed by Realfiction. This file/software is free to use at your own risk.
January 2019: The software for the screen used in the Dreamoc XL3 has changed and therefor there are changes to the way content is added to the USB stick.
When adding content to your USB you now need to add a playlist folder for it to play. This is needed everytime you add or change content on your USB stick.
Read the document here
UPDATE April 2019: A new way of getting your Dreamoc XL3 content to play has been released.
Instead of adding a folder to your USB stick, a simple FAIL_OVER folder can be created instead.
The new document can be viewed here