So I was reading an article on the verge about Xbox updates and apparently it supports DLNA now? With this functionality is my TV basically airplay compatible? What apps do you guys use for DLNA content pushing? Can I stream YouTube to the TV? I've never been a fan of MHL or HDMI, mini HDMI, etc or whatev
I'm looking to mirror my Ubuntu destop onto my TV by using my PS3. All done via wifi.
Similar to the 'AirPlay Mirroring' in Mac OS X Mountain Lion.
Is this possible? How would I go about it.
To be clear, I don't want to share movies in particular, rather to send my screen exactly as I see it.
I have a laptop in one room and would like to send audio wirelessly to my desktop which is hooked up to some rather large speakers nearby.
Is there a way I can do that. I believe Apple have something called Airplay which allows their devices to do just that. So I was wondering if I could do that in Linux in some way e.g. like through pulseaudio or DLNA stuff.
I have an Acer a110 and a buffalo link server. I am using media house to watch my movies but when I use dlna to get to file they show up as unidentified. I could at one time watch them but can't now. I can watch my movies on my phone, my wife's and sisters tablets. I can also watch the videos on my tv and through my blueray player. I can copy the videos to my tablet and they play fine.
I've been playing with the airplay apps over the last week or so but am hitting some problems.
I have a couple of old android phones setup around my house which have speakers connected to them. I run Bubbleupnp on each of those devices which then effectively sets them up as DLNA libraries and renderers. I have two other devices setup - an android tablet and a QNAP NAS.