free DLNA software


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Yousuf Khan

Are there anymore free DLNA streaming software still available, or are
they all pay-fors now? I used to use early versions of TVersity and
PS3media software, which were both DLNA, but their latest versions are
all pay-for.

Yousuf Khan
 
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charlie

Are there anymore free DLNA streaming software still available, or are
they all pay-fors now? I used to use early versions of TVersity and
PS3media software, which were both DLNA, but their latest versions are
all pay-for.

Yousuf Khan
Unfortunately, programmers like to be paid!
 
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Evan Platt

Are there anymore free DLNA streaming software still available, or are
they all pay-fors now? I used to use early versions of TVersity and
PS3media software, which were both DLNA, but their latest versions are
all pay-for.
A google search for 'free dlna sever' shows quite a few. Serviio tops
the list.
 
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Michael Swift

Evan Platt said:
A google search for 'free dlna sever' shows quite a few. Serviio tops the list.
I got a free copy of Nero Media Home with my LG Bluray home theatre but
it can be a bit flaky.

I did look for some free ones and tried Serviio but didn't like it, I
also installed a trial of Mezzmo and was very impressed, rock solid and
well thought out but unfortunately it costs, not a great amount though,
I think it's $29.99 though if you can provide a receipt for another
programme it's only $15.99.

Mike
 
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Desk Rabbit

Unfortunately, programmers like to be paid!
Nah, it's a well known fact that programmers come out of university
completely free of loans, do not have dependants or mortgages, do not
drive cars, have no social life and draw all the sustenance and water
they need directly from the air ;-)
 
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OldGuy

Yousuf Khan was thinking very hard :
Are there anymore free DLNA streaming software still available, or are they
all pay-fors now? I used to use early versions of TVersity and PS3media
software, which were both DLNA, but their latest versions are all pay-for.

Yousuf Khan
I am using KooRaRoo on my home network.
PC with KooRaRoo can either push to my Samsung TV or the Samsung TV can
pull from the PC. TV Remote works in conjunction.
KooRaRoo will recode Windows Media Center recorded TV on the fly and
and play on the TV in full definition. I use it all the time to view
my recorded (on the PC) TV shows. All the stuff in virtual KooRaRoo
folders on the PC show up on the TV with titles. (Just drag the movie
folders or movies on the PC to the KooRaRoo window folder tree on the
PC. I just select and hit play on the remote control.

Also, the TV sees other PCs on my network and has an icon for Windows
Media Player for some of those.

I have Samsung AllShare loaded on the PCs also.

Look carefully as there is a free and paid version of KooRaRoo. I am
using the free and it does all I need. Had two updates in the last few
months so they are actively working it.

Check it out and let us know if it is approprieate for your needs.



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