Fitz wrote:Serviio has been going great for me on my PS3 - however sometimes (and very randomly) the streaming from my PC just lags up, every 2 secs it will pause for a second, almost likes its buffering..however its only on a local wireless network, so I wouldnt think there should be much (if any) delay.
Anyone got a fix for it?
Usambara wrote:I tried this one out, but its having to compete with XBMC running directly off my linux box near the TV.
It never managed to scan the bulk of my library and seem to generate around a gig of daily traffic, I assume it got stuck on a file and was repeating some task that never finished. It did however serve up the 720p mkv (that it did scan) correctly and played on the Samsung.
Would be great to find a DLNA server that will just displays all my folders instead of trying to classify all my media.
Of course if someone was to get all the hardware/drivers and we can compile a nice media player on the sammy instead of using their own, browsing samba shares still beats DLNA
simonsmp wrote:Serviio has an option with 'Folders' with all the genres, thats how I do mine. Perfectly arranged in folders, so I go in there and see 'Movies' and 'TV shows' that I named, etc etc
Usambara wrote:simonsmp wrote:Serviio has an option with 'Folders' with all the genres, thats how I do mine. Perfectly arranged in folders, so I go in there and see 'Movies' and 'TV shows' that I named, etc etc
Yeah I went into folders but for example I had a movies directory and it still displayed nothing under that, was stuck I think in TV Series directory. TV Series was the only folder of 5 it managed to offer me anything. So folders is still not a pure just show me everything type deal, it just the way it presents the info for you (actually the only way I want to see the info, apart from whats new)
I'll give it a burl again some time.. Its still top of the pile for DLNA servers so far.
Fitz wrote:Interestingly enough on my PS3, it displays everything all sorted and with correct titles, air dates, icons etc..however its not changed anything on my PC where the files are - it must be checking the web and sorting them, but only from a GUI side of thing, rather than changing the files themselves. Not that I mind, since it doesnt get everything 100% correct, but its still pretty cool
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