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Standard User joconnell
(experienced) Sun 20-Nov-11 00:39:51
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Which DLNA server software


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Not sure if this is the correct forum but here goes...

I have a Sony Bravia TV and have tried a few DLNA server packages for Windows such as iSedora, Serviio, Twonky and tVersity.

I was wondering if anyone had any other experience and recommendations for DLNA servers for Windows?
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Sun 20-Nov-11 00:43:43
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I think serviio is recommended for Bravia



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Standard User joconnell
(experienced) Sun 20-Nov-11 17:21:51
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In reply to a post by BatBoy:
I think serviio is recommended for Bravia
It is but I don't know how well it'll work with other devices such as a hi-fi audio streamer (when I get one).


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Standard User joconnell
(experienced) Fri 25-Nov-11 14:05:21
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I've tested quite a few streaming server now and found that iSedora works the most reliably with the greatest range of formats, including ISO files that don't contain DVD menus.

The biggest issue with some DLNA streaming servers is that they can't handle long fast-forwards/backwards through a video - whether this is down to the Sony TV or the server software, I don't know, but iSedora just seems to get on with whatever you throw at it so I've settled on that and purchased a license.
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