Argh, I’ve been watching all my videos over my network for years, now what do I do?
Seems like a backwards move, as even my new TV can now play video off my dlna server.
on 05/22/2012 – Made popular on 05/22/2012
I am thinking of setting up a DLNA server on my home network.
In order to play some music, I would like to connect bluetooth speakers to the computer running the DLNA server and use them as DLNA renderers.
As far as I understand, the Bluetooth and the DLNA standards are separate things, not directly compatible.
Is it then possible?
How should I do?
What do you think about configuring a DLNA
So what I am trying to to do is stream videos from my phone to my DVD player. Both the phone and DVD player are connected to the router via WiFi. I am using the built in DLNA feature in Android Jellybean to set up DLNA. The DVD player has no trouble seeing my phone. The problem that I run into is when I try to play the videos from the DVD player.
I have a machine that does everything, it's my router, WirelessAP(s), NAS, etc. and I've set up a DLNA server on it, but it's not being seen by any DLNA compliant devices (DLNA apps on Android Tablet or a WDTV Live).
I have an older Samsung TV that isn't compatible with DLNA.
Is there an adapter or app that I could purchase that would allow my TV to become DLNA compatible.
Ideally, I'd like to push video to the TV via iMediaShare (from my S4)