When I ship your order, I'll assign you a two-letter installer code (e.g. BA) that will be encoded into the serial number of your units as well as a label going onto the bottom of the consoles.
You can check the serial number of each unit from within its OSD during operation, and it will also be printed on the back of each PCB.
Documentation for users is something I'm working on, and should have finished very soon. For now you can refer to this document for basic operation.
Quick Start (PDF)
If you'd like your business to be listed on the UltraHDMI site to advertise your services, just write "Add me to the installer directory" in the "Special Notes" order box, or email me.
Careful with PayPal
If you accept PayPal it's probably a good idea not to use any language relating to "mods" or "modding" - call it a "Kit" instead. Customers using the word in a payment special notes can also trigger issues due to hypersensitivity at Paypal. UltraHDMI is 100% legal and does not infringe on any IP, but their employees will not discern the difference.
UltraHDMI can update its own firmware. This is done by running a custom ROM on a flashcart. I am also beta testing inexpensive upgrade ROM boards that can be mailed cheaply and cost under $10. New orders will always be shipped with the most current stable firmware.
Release Note History (PDF)
Firmware 1.06 Upgrader (ROM)
Firmware upgrades carry a risk of bricking. Upgrading takes about 10 minutes, and can be interrupted by:|
1. Power outage
2. Poor cartridge connection - data will be interrupted if it crashes
3. User pressing reset prematurely
Support for interlaced HDMI output was dropped (the timings are just completely unworkable at this point).