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I've bought a Sony SMP-N100 Media Player - in the hope of accessing/streaming my ...
Has anyone successfully interfaced with Sony's SMP-N100 Media Player ?
I've bought a Sony SMP-N100 Media Player - in the hope of accessing/streaming my personal Media Library (iPhotos, iTunes/Movies) from my iMac - to view on a remote 42" Plasma Screen. (as an alternative to ATV2)
SMP-N100 : USB Media Player : Home Video : Sony Australia
The SMP-N100 has built-in Wireless(n) and outputs at 1080P over HDMI (better than ATV2) I can connect the Media Player to my Modem/Router (wireless) OK and so obtain good Internet access. The modem/router is connected to my iMac via ethernet - for its access to Internet.
However, I am unable to interface the iMac to the Media Player ??
If anyone has successfully done this... I would certainly appreciate advice and a step by step tutorial on how to go about this ?
I understand that I may also need some sort of DLNA Server software... but which is best ?
All help very much appreciated... (talk to me as though I'm just 12 yrs old)
Geeze... I thought the Sony SMP-N100 Media Player... would have been a popular alternative to ATV2 ?
I've been using Serviio. Seems to work good for me although it would be nice to find a way to connect directly.
Originally Posted by Isisİ
I'm using SERViiO (FREE) successfully with the SMP-N100 (I have three of them) - Serviio DLNA media server
SERViiO DLNA server runs on Windows, OSX and Linux.
I've tried a few others (windows), but the SMP-N100 doesn't recognize.
SERViiO has very flexible Profile (and XML file) that governs the devices services and how to transcode (if necessary) the files to send to "renderer" (the SMP-N100).
What do you mean "connect directly"?
Originally Posted by brickford5
The SMP-N100 is a DLNA Renderer, as such it needs a DLNA Server.
If you're suggesting the OS-X should have NATIVE DLNA Server support, go tell Apple.
Will never happen, Apple wanted different things and went with bonjour/zero conf and also DAAP. These underlying decisions means Apple will probably never offer any support for quasi-standards proposed by the Digital Living Network Alliance
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