Home Media Server (UPnP, DLNA, HTTP) 4.10

Home media server (UPnP, DLNA, HTTP) is a program that provides media resources (photos, audio and video files) of your computer to other UPnP (DLNA) devices on your home network, for example, Philips, Sony, Samsung, LG, Toshiba TVs , Sony Playstation 3 (4), XBOX 360 game consoles, WD TV Live, Popcorn Hour, Dune, Boxee Box, IconBit, ASUS O! Play, iPad / iPhone / iPod, Apple TV (AirPlay), Chromecast (Google Cast), mobile and PDA devices.

The program includes various transcoders for audio and video files that allow you to convert media resources into a format supported by the playback device. It is also possible to convert the frame format of video files to the display format of the playback device (the color of the padding is set by the user), the choice of an audio track, subtitles. You can choose transcoding from any minute.

Key features of Home Media Server:
Supports special video folders Music (Visualization) and Photos (Slideshow).
Supports external and internal subtitles. If the device does not support subtitles, then the program can include subtitles ( 2D and 3D ) in the video stream during transcoding.
Supports control of DMR (Digital Media Renderer) devices, you can use the Play to function for an individual device and a group of devices.
Supports Web navigation with HTML5 player for devices without DLNA (UPnP) support.
Supports Digital Media Renderer (DMR) emulation for Airplay and Google Cast devices.
Includes transcoding profiles for VLC Media Player, you can redirect streams of Internet radio, Internet TV from your computer to your media devices.
Supports Digital TV (C, S, T), you can redirect digital TV streams from your computer to your media devices.

Home Media Server Screenshot

Latest version: 4.10 (10 Jul 2021)
License: Freeware
System requirements: Windows 7/8/10
Download: Home Media Server 32-bit (133.0 MB)
Download: Home Media Server 64-bit (137.0 MB)

See also:
Universal Media Server
Kodi (XBMC)
Stream Recorder
MediaPortal

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